2014 Ford Explorer
30,893 Miles
$25,997

San Leandro, CA
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2014 Ford Explorer
35,361 Miles
$25,997

San Leandro, CA
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2015 Ford Explorer
22,658 Miles
$27,988

San Leandro, CA
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2015 Ford Explorer
33,181 Miles
$27,997

San Leandro, CA
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2015 Ford Explorer
33,072 Miles
$25,998

San Leandro, CA
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2017 Ford Explorer
31,618 Miles
$33,875

San Leandro, CA
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2007 Ford Explorer
141,000 Miles
$6,900

Berkeley, CA
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2014 Ford Explorer
95,361 Miles
$20,997

San Leandro, CA
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2006 Ford Explorer
112,711 Miles
$7,995

San Leandro, CA
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2010 Ford Explorer
113,514 Miles
$10,995

San Leandro, CA
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2017 Ford Explorer
34,966 Miles
$30,599

San Leandro, CA
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2014 Ford Explorer
41,080 Miles
$24,990

Albany, CA
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2017 Ford Explorer
7,167 Miles
$28,990

Albany, CA
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2004 Ford Explorer
20,000 Miles
$7,500

San Lorenzo, CA
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2013 Ford Explorer
58,422 Miles
$25,888

Hayward, CA
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2017 Ford Explorer
22,900 Miles
$27,888

Hayward, CA
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2014 Ford Explorer
69,620 Miles
$21,888

Hayward, CA
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2016 Ford Explorer
15,858 Miles
$33,999

Walnut Creek, CA
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2015 Ford Explorer
16,323 Miles
$28,999

Walnut Creek, CA
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2017 Ford Explorer
38,508 Miles
$35,528

Walnut Creek, CA
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Oakland, CA Ford Explorer Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.1
Value
4.1
Performance
3.8
Style
4.1
Comfort
4.3
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
3.9
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2000 Ford Explorer - Dependable and Sturdy

JP
Adelanto, California
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
I like the size of the vehicle. It's like a midsize truck, built on the Ford Ranger chassis. It's a good run around car. And although it's 2WD, it's good for dirt roads and mild exploring. I am able to sleep comfortably in the back and still have room for my gear. The suspension is cushy and the cab area/dashboard is ergonomic. I can easily tow a small trailer. I get approx 19mpg, which I feel is not too bad for a car of this age and size.
Story
This April I was able to haul 4 Girl Scouts, 5 full backpacks and all of our mountaineering gear across the desert to camp 100 miles away. Zooming down the dirt road into camp we blasted Fleetwood Mac on the stereo.
Pros
Aesthetically pleasing to look at. Good size for hauling gear, and kids can sleep in it. Not too big for a woman to drive. Can tow a trailer.
Cons
It's pretty much useless in the snow, sand, or mud. There is no posi-traction or locking differential so the car is basically one-wheel-drive when things get dicey. It also did not come with wheel camber adjustment in the front, so I often have trouble with wheel alignment.

2013 Ford Explorer - Good family car.

Justin
Union City, California
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
3.0
In general, this car has been an asset to our family. We have a large family, and it has allowed us to travel more efficiently. It has been very dependable and reliable in many different environmental conditions.
Story
My son learned how to drive in this vehicle and has made many memories, both good and scary.
Pros
One of the best factors of this vehicle is the third-row seating. This was one of the reasons that this car appealed to our family. At the time we had six family members living in the home with the occasional visitors. The car gets pretty good gas mileage efficiency averaging about 21 mpg highway. I compute pretty far each day, and this saves the family money. I also like the back-up camera. I am very bad at backing up, and this has improved my reverse parking and parallel parking. Another feature of the vehicle I like is the AWD. I have to drive in snow and ice in the winter, and i... (more)
Cons
The car does have quite a few blind spots that have caused me issues driving on many occasions. Even though the highway mileage efficiency is pretty good, I do wish that the city mileage efficacy was better.

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2014 Ford Focus - Marin County Ford Novato

Devo
Novato, California
Overall
2.0
Facility
4.0
Process
3.0
Quality
5.0
Service
3.0
It wasn't great. It was local. I actually wasn't very happy with the sales experience since they wery pushy.

2017 Ford Explorer - Salinas Valley Ford Lincoln

LB
Prunedale, California
Overall
5.0
Facility
5.0
Process
5.0
Service
5.0
They took very good care of us, we ended up getting a great deal on a brand new Explorer.