Following last year’s disappointing sales, the 2016 Ford Explorer has been seriously revamped this year. If you were not happy with Ford Explorer last year, we urge you to give it a second look this year. With more technology, friendlier for both tall and short drivers, redesigned armrests and a refreshing exterior – we are positive things will turn around for Ford Explorer in 2016.

Exterior

The 2016 Ford Explorer has a smoother bodywork than that from last year. The side sheet metal has been carried over but everything else is redesigned. With higher, vivid mesh grille coupled with LED headlights, the 2016 Explorer is almost intimidating from the front. With options of 18 or 20-inch wheelbase, you definitely have some freedom to yourself as to how you want your Explorer to look. If you’re a fan of larger SUVs, this 2016 Ford Explorer is definitely worth a look.

Interior

2016 Ford Explorer is probably one of the most spacious SUV in the market. Three row seating, with ample leg room in the first two rows will definitely draw family customers. The Explorer sits a bit taller this year, and everything within the cabin is very thought-out and well designed. Adaptive cruise control, lane keeping system, blind spot monitors, collision warning with auto braking support and 180-degree camera in the front speak volume of Ford’s technological improvement. Dual panel moon roof, premium Sony sound system, leather seats and lots of other goodies definitely make a strong case for 2016 Ford Explorer.

Under the Hood

The 2016 Ford Explorer is available in base, XLT, Limited, Sport and Platinum trim levels. Base model comes with a 3.5L V6 engine with six-speed automatic transmission. Next step up is a twin turbo EcoBoost V6. Ranging from 280 to 365 horsepower, expect around 19/28/22 mpg on the smaller engine and 16/23/19 mpg on the larger engine.

Price

The base model starts at MSRP $31,050; XLT starts at $33,400; Limited starts at $41,300; Sport starts at $43,500 and Platinum starts at $52,970. With options and packages, you can expect to add another $10,000 on a loaded 2016 Explorer.

We think the 2016 Ford Explorer is very well designed and great for families. With proper care this SUV has the potential to serve your family for years to come. We recommend using a weatherproof, high quality car cover for your Ford Explorer 2016. This cover can provide year-round protection and preserve the factory shine for years. Checkout our inventory at www.carcover.com and pick up the best car cover for your 2016 Ford Explorer. We’ll include free shipping and lots of goodies for your Ford Explorer at no extra cost to you.