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सोमवार, जुलाई 26, 2010

2011 Ford Explorer Review, Photos, Videos

 Ford confirmed that the new car-based Explorer will offer a choice of two engines — a 3.5-liter V6 rated at 290 horsepower and 255 pound-feet of torque and a turbocharged 2.0-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder rated at 237 hp and 250 lb-ft. Both engines will be mated to six-speed automatic transmissions, and both powertrain teams will offer fuel economy that is at or near the top of the class.

The new Explorer can be equipped for the first time with front-wheel drive (it shares its basic architecture with the Ford Taurus sedan) or "intelligent" four-wheel drive. The latter system, available on the V6 Explorer, comes with Hill Descent Control as well as Ford's new shift-on-the-fly terrain management system that enables the driver to select from Snow, Sand, Mud and Normal modes.

Ford has fitted electric power-assisted steering and a new feature, Curve Control, which automatically applies the brakes in a turn if the entry speed is too high. An option is active park assist technology, which automatically steers the vehicle into a parking space while the driver applies throttle and brake.

The automaker is touting its new MyFord driver connect technology, which comes standard on all three Explorer trim levels — base, XLT and Limited.
Even with all of its changes, the 2011 Ford Explorer still has a familiar look that American SUV buyers are sure to recognize. 

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