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Key features of the new 2011 Ford Explorer include the push button start and keyless entry will the push button rear door entry and rear folding seats adding to this vehicle’s exceptional advancements.
For more details about how to use the 2011 Ford Explorer- watch the fun video below.
When Ford Motor Company wanted to showcase the rugged performance and car-like drive of the all-new Ford Explorer a demonstration in San Diego was arranged, reports Ford In The News.
Outfitted with unique front-drive unibody construction and combining a Terrain Management System for superior off-road capabilities and traction, the new Ford Explorer handles both the wet Northwest weather and your local sandpit with assurance!
Watch the video below for a first-hand look at how the 2011 all-wheel drive Ford Explorer confidently manages off-road terrain.
The revamped, all-new 2011 Ford Explorer boasts a 25% improvement according to a great article by Ford in the News. With EPA approved ratings of 17 mpg city and 25 mpg highway, this marked increase in fuel economy is due to careful integration of features like six-speed auto transmission and twin independent cam shaft variable timing and makes all the difference for the Explorer’s V-6 engine.
The 2011 Explorer V6 … delivers a keen balance between power and fuel economy… and helps Explorer deliver 25 percent better fuel efficiency. This raises the bar for full-size SUVs, and will change buyer expectations for the entire segment. – Jim Holland chief nameplate engineer Ford Motor Company
Aerodynamic revisions also played a pivotal role in the 2011 Explorer’s ratings, but optimizing features like front-mounted air dam and rear liftgate lip spoiler coordination, also improved highway speeds. With the release in early 2011 of Ford’s EcoBoost engine Explorer drivers can expect 30% additional improvement in fuel economy!