2017 Ford Explorer
15,535 Miles
$37,988

Fruitland Park, FL
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2017 Ford Explorer
7,269 Miles
Accepting Offers

Fruitland Park, FL
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2015 Ford Explorer
59,830 Miles
$21,995

Fruitland Park, FL
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2011 Ford Explorer
86,547 Miles
Accepting Offers

Leesburg, FL
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2016 Ford Explorer
26,425 Miles
$27,988

Leesburg, FL
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2016 Ford Explorer
37,122 Miles
$23,995

Leesburg, FL
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2013 Ford Explorer
94,925 Miles
$14,850

Leesburg, FL
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2014 Ford Explorer
77,381 Miles
$16,920

Leesburg, FL
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2016 Ford Explorer
51,749 Miles
$26,373

Leesburg, FL
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2016 Ford Explorer
54,612 Miles
$23,995

Eustis, FL
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2004 Ford Explorer
186,205 Miles
$3,995

Eustis, FL
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2018 Ford Explorer
17,850 Miles
$32,800

Ocala, FL
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2016 Ford Explorer
33,170 Miles
$32,500

Ocala, FL
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2018 Ford Explorer
26,430 Miles
$31,600

Ocala, FL
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2018 Ford Explorer
26,170 Miles
$32,500

Ocala, FL
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2018 Ford Explorer
2,722 Miles
$30,500

Ocala, FL
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2018 Ford Explorer
15,708 Miles
$32,990

Ocala, FL
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2017 Ford Explorer
63,122 Miles
$29,888

Ocala, FL
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2014 Ford Explorer
59,421 Miles
$20,000

Ocala, FL
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2017 Ford Explorer
14,710 Miles
$25,900

Ocala, FL
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The Villages, FL Ford Explorer Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.1
Value
4.1
Performance
3.8
Style
4.1
Comfort
4.2
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
Top Dealers In The Villages, FL
  1. Greenway Ford Orlando
  2. Hanselman Auto Sales Tallahassee

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2003 Ford Explorer - The tank.

Explorer Owner
World Golf Village, Florida
Overall
2.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
2.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
The Ford Explorer, 2003, is an absolute tank. As for it's cons, it has Low-grade interior materials, and quirky ergonomics. However, it make up greatly for this by having Independent rear suspension, comfortable seating for up to seven, strong powertrains, foolproof Control Trac 4WD, available rollover protection system, optional stability control system, and a DVD-based entertainment system. We have owned a 98 and 99 Explorer in the past and loved them so wanted another one when we were looking for a second vehicle. We wanted the newer style but had to stay within budget so we found a 2003 that we feel in love with. It's a Limited so it has the 2 extra seats in the back. I myself haven't sat back there but our 10 year old said when she did, it is tight but it works for having the extr... (more)
Story
The most memorable thing that happened is when a tire came off mid-drive and the car flipped landing me right into a ditch, then the hospital.
Pros
Independent rear suspension, comfortable seating for up to seven, strong powertrains, foolproof Control Trac 4WD, available rollover protection system, optional stability control system, DVD-based entertainment system.
Cons
Low-grade interior materials, quirky ergonomics.

2014 Ford Explorer - Great value and versatility

Jim L.
Valrico, Florida
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
My first SUV. The ride is much more smooth and comfortable than I anticipated. Seats hug you, yet stay firm enough for comfort. Ability to flip the seats in different directions allows versatility for storage, in the middle, back row, or all the way through for large items. I was able to fit a large BBQ grill in the back with both rows folded down. The Bluetooth SYNC is a great feature, but difficult to operate when multiple people share it using different devices. Handled an extremely heavy trailer pulling from the West Coast to Florida. Ride was still comfortable, vehicle had great traction and stopping ability, and mileage was great. I have just over 30,000 miles on it now, and the experience is still as good as when I first got it.
Story
Driving across country hauling a trailer with my dog, when I relocated, was great. Was able to pack things I wouldn't have been able to take as my trailer was full, as well as, have enough room for the dog to lay and move around. Not too bad of a sleep in it either!
Pros
Ability to move seats to accommodate large items, both 2nd and 3rd row flip up, or forward and underneath. Seats are also split so you can hide the right to hold long items, keeping the left side for passengers. Comfort is best of any vehicle in its class
Cons
SYNC is not easy to move from one device to another.

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2008 Ford Taurus - Greenway Ford Orlando

CD
University, Florida
Overall
5.0
Facility
5.0
Process
5.0
Quality
5.0
Service
4.0
Everything went pretty well when I got my Taurus. The lot looked great, the people were friendly, and I felt that we got a good deal on the Taurus. I didn't need anything fancy and they understood that.

1999 Ford Escort - Hanselman Auto Sales Tallahassee

ES
Tallahassee, Florida
Overall
5.0
Facility
4.0
Process
4.0
Quality
5.0
Service
5.0
The owners are incredibly nice and worked with me on what I could afford. The car was in great shape despite being fifteen years old, and the dealers answered all of my questions more than adequately.