The Ford Explorer receives a variety of changes and updates. These include refreshed exterior styling, minor interior revisions, updated safety features, revised suspension tuning and a new top-end trim level (the Platinum). There's also a new engine option, a 3.5 -liter EcoBoost four-cylinder that replaces the previous. The old four-cylinder couldn't be paired with all-wheel drive.
The 2018 Explorer brings new looks, new technology, and new thinking to Ford's ubiquitous midsize SUV. The refreshed exterior borrows from Land Rover's styling, and the new interior brings more refinements and ease of use, especially for shorter buyers, or those put off by Ford's touch-sensitive control interfaces and earlier versions of MyFord Touch. A new Explorer Platinum model offers luxury features like a twin-turbocharged V6 engine, leather-wrapped instrument panel, and "Nirvana" leather on the seats (no, it's not embroidered with heart-shaped boxes). Not all the changes are at the top though. A new 3.5-liter EcoBoost 4-cylinder engine offers more power and good fuel economy, and is now available with all-wheel drive. The Terrain Management System even gives this car-basedcrossover some off-road chops.
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