2018 Ford Explorer

MSRP $34,175 - $53,940

Ranked #9 in Suv

7.7

Overall Rating

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2018 Ford Explorer Price, Review, Ratings and Pictures

Updated on: August 30, 2021

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Nathan Dyer 

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With no major changes, the 2018 Ford Explorer is on sale with a starting price of $32,140. It is available in five trims namely Base, XLT, Limited, Sport, and Platinum. Three different engines power the Explorer- a 290-hp V6 engine, a 280-hp turbo-4 engine, and a 365-hp twin-turbo V6 engine. With the latter engine equipped, the Explorer can dash from 0-60 MPH in about 6.1 seconds and boasts a maximum towing capacity of 5,000 pounds. 

2018 Ford Explorer three-quarter view

The cabin of the Explorer is roomy and the fit and finish of materials are up to the mark. It can seat up to seven passengers and is practical as well. However, the Explorer received average safety ratings while its ownership costs are slightly higher than its rivals, though its reliability is one of the best. Although it is the best-selling midsize SUV in its class, it receives heavy competition from the likes of the Chevy Traverse, the Honda Pilot, and the Toyota Highlander

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Pros

Robust engine lineup

Spacious cabin

User-friendly SYNC 3 infotainment system

Good cargo space

Great towing capacity

Cons

Unimpressive fuel economy

Subpar safety ratings

Hard to maneuver in tight spaces

What's New?

No major changes


Features

vehicle bio

base price

$53940

bodystyle

4dr SUV

passenger capacity

7

top speed

143 mph

drivetrain

all wheel drive

engine type

displacement

213 cu.in.

horsepower

365 hp @ 5500 rpm

torque

350 lb.-ft. @ 3500 rpm

transmission

6 speed Automatic

chassis

suspension front

Independent front strut suspension w/anti-roll bar

dimensions

wheelbase

113 in.

length

198 in.

width

79 in.

height

71 in.

curb weight

4901 lbs.

ground clearance

8 in.

capacity

passenger volume

151.7 cu ft.

cargo volume

81.7 cu ft.

towing capacity

5000 lbs.

performance

zero to 60 mph

7.7 sec.

zero to 100 mph

15.2 sec.

rolling start 5-60 mph

6.1

standing 1/4-mile

16 sec.

fuel economy

city/combined/highway

16/18/22 mpg

highway range

409.2 mi.

warranty

basic warranty

3 yr./ 36000 mi.

drivetrain warranty

5 yr./ 60000 mi.

corrosion warranty

5 yr./ unlimited mi.

roadside assistance

Yes


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Trims

XLT$34,175 onwards

Base$34,290 onwards

Limited$42,090 onwards

Sport$45,950 onwards

Platinum$53,940 onwards

Colors and Styles

2018 Ford Explorer in Blue Metallic color
Blue Metallic

Vehicle images are guides only and may not reflect the model's exact specifications/features– exact specifications/features should be confirmed with the seller.

Ratings

Features

8.5

Engine and Performance

8.3

Fuel Economy

5.0

Interior

9.0

Exterior

7.5

Safety

8.0

7.7

OVERALL RATING

Expert Review, Pricing Analysis and Buying Guide

7.7

Overall Rating


The 2018 Ford Explorer gets most things right, and we see it as a respectable choice for a three-row midsize SUV- Edmunds

The Ford Explorer has been the best-selling midsize SUV for the last 25 years. With the segment being crowded, the Explorer is losing its rank as it has some drawbacks. Apart from a roomy cabin and a strong lineup of engines, the Explorer's average safety scores, and low fuel economy are the main reason for losing its rank. Still, the Explorer keeps up with the competition by offering a lot of features. 

The true cost to own the Explorer is close to $8,750, which is slightly more than its rivals. That's because its maintenance and repair costs are higher but it depreciates its value less than its rivals. The average cost per mile In the Explorer is $0.58, which is not that impressive due to its low fuel economy. In view of reliability, the Explorer scored 82 points and that isn't bad. 


8.5/10
Features

8.3/10
Engine and Performance

5.0/10
Fuel Economy

9.0/10
Interior

7.5/10
Exterior

8.0/10
Safety


2018 Ford Explorer Features

8.5/10

A new Safe and Smart package bundles together the latest safety tech- Autotrader

The Ford Explorer is available in five trims namely Base, XLT, Limited, Sport, and Platinum. Pricing starts from $32m140 for the base model and it reaches up to $53,940 for the top-spec Platinum trim. A $995 destination fee adds to the price tag. Except for the Sport and Platinum trims, both FWD and 4WD configurations are available. 

2018 Ford Explorer rear angle view

The base model comes with limited standard features. There are several optional packages available but it will result in a hefty price tag. Also, if observed properly, the price gap between the XLT and Limited models is huge because the latter trim adds the latest technology and convenience features to the list. 

Trims Base XLT Limited Sport Platinum
MSRP (FWD) $32,140 $34,175 $42,090 N/A N/A
MSRP (4WD) $34,290 $36,325 $44,240 $45,950 $53,940
Features Cloth upholstery Adds/ Upgrades to Base trim Adds/ Upgrades to XLT trim Adds/ Upgrades to Limited trim Adds/ Upgrades to Sport trim
  18-inch alloy wheels 10-way power driver's seat Genuine leather upholstery Sporty interior & exterior design elements Premium Nirvana leather
  8-way power driver's seat 6-way power passenger's seat Heated & ventilated front seats Sport-tuned suspension Heated second-row seats
  Heated & power-folding side mirrors Proximity keyless entry 10-way power passenger's seat Terrain Management Response Second-row USB ports
  Rearview camera Leather steering wheel Remote engine start Hill Descent Control Adaptive Cruise Control
  LED headlights & taillights Push-button start 110V household power outlet   Rain-sensing wipers
  Keyless entry Rear parking sensors Voice-activated navigation system   Dual sunroof
  6-speaker sound system   Wi-Fi hotspot   Blind Spot Monitoring
  4.2-inch display   Power-folding third row   Rear Cross-Traffic Alert
      Hands-free tailgate   Lane Keep Assist
      Dual-zone automatic climate control   Automatic Parking Assist
      12-speaker audio system    
      8-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto    
      20-inch wheels    

We Recommend

Go for the Limited trim as it is decently priced for its features. This model adds a 10-way power passenger's seat, remote engine start, a voice-activated navigation system, an 8-inch touchscreen display with smartphone integration, a 12-speaker audio system, and many more. We also advise you to buy the Ford Safe and Smart package for keeping your ride safe. 


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2018 Ford Explorer Engine and Performance

8.3/10

There's lots of 'boost,' not much 'eco,' with the EcoBoost V6- Edmunds

2018 Ford Explorer Engines and Transmission

The Ford Explorer can be had with your choice of different engines. The first is a 3.5L V6 engine that makes 290 hp and 255 lb-ft. of torque. Alternatively, you could also pick a 2.3L turbo inline-4 engine producing 280 hp and 310 lb-ft. of torque as an option. The top-of-the-line 3.5L EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 produces 365 hp and 350 lb-ft. of torque. This engine is standard on the Sport and Platinum trim only. Regardless of engine choice, all models get a 6-speed automatic transmission.

2018 Ford Explorer engine

Speaking of drivetrain, 4WD is standard on Sport and Platinum trims and is available on other trims. The first two engines are the best for city driving conditions. Under normal circumstances, the EcoBoost V6's power sounds impressive but the Explorer weighs nearly 4,500 pounds, so it's got a lot of weight to move. This engine is pretty powerful and moves this heavy SUV easily. The transmission can be a bit rough sometimes during stop-and-go traffic but they work pretty responsibly. 

Models 2018 Ford Explorer 2018 Honda Pilot 2018 Toyota Highlander 2018 Chevrolet Traverse
MSRP $32,140 $30,900 $33,280 $29,930
Engine

3.5L V6

3.5L V6

3.5L V6

3.6L V6

Drivetrain FWD FWD FWD FWD
Transmission 6-Speed Automatic 6-Speed Automatic 8-Speed Automatic 9-Speed Automatic
Power 290 hp @ 6,500 RPM 280 hp @ 6,000 RPM 295 hp @ 6,600 RPM 305 hp @ 6,800 RPM
Torque 255 lb-ft. @ 4,000 RPM 262 lb-ft. @ 4,700 RPM 263 ft-lb. @ 4,700 RPM 260 lb-ft. @ 2,800 RPM

The Chevy Traverse offers the most powerful base engine but its optional engine isn't powerful. The Toyota Highlander's base engine makes just 185 hp and is, therefore, least powerful in this group. The Honda Pilot makes decent power for its price but it comes with just one engine. Overall, the Explorer is the smart pick among its rivals. 

2018 Ford Explorer Acceleration

The base engine does offer the best acceleration. it takes 7.7 seconds to sprint from 0-60 MPH and covers a quarter of a mile in 15.8 seconds. The 2.3L engine, though less powerful, does the same in 7.2 seconds. The most powerful 3.5L EcoBoost completes the acceleration test in just 6.1 seconds. The top speed is limited to 134 MPH. 

2018 Ford Explorer takes 7.7 sec to reach 60 MPH

When you floor the pedal, the base engine takes its time to send power. The 2.3L engine delivers instant acceleration when needed. The 3.5L EcoBoost engine is not fast but it's quick and when you punch it, it sounds terrific. This engine along with the 6-speed auto is the perfect combo for achieving the best performance stats. 

Models 2018 Ford Explorer 2018 Honda Pilot 2018 Toyota Highlander 2018 Chevrolet Traverse
0-60 MPH 7.7 sec 6.5 sec 7.2 Sec 6.3 sec
Quarter mile 15.8 sec 15.1 sec 15.5 sec 14.9 sec
Engine 3.5L 3.5L 3.5 L 3.6L
Top Speed 134 MPH 120 MPH 120 MPH 130 MPH

Owing to its powerful engine, the Chevy Traverse is the quickest SUV in this competition. The Honda Pilot bags the second place due to its low curb weight. Weighing less than the Explorer, the Toyota Highlander is also slightly quicker. However, the EcoBoost V6 is fast enough to beat all these rivals at the same time. 

2018 Ford Explorer Ride and Handling

For a vehicle that weighs nearly 4,500 pounds, the Ford Explorer handles pretty well. Around the corners, the Explorer has a tremendous grip and feels stable. The steering responds quickly though the Explorer's large turning radius makes maneuvering a bit of a challenge. But it directs the vehicle precisely in the direction you want it to go. 

2018 Ford Explorer front driving view

When it comes to the ride quality, the Explorer rides smoothly on most occasions even with its large wheels. The suspension does a good job of soak up most of the bumps. The models with the 3.5L EcoBoost get a slightly stiffer suspension to handle that extra horsepower. On the rougher pavements, the ride quality becomes harsh but tries to deliver a smooth ride. 

2018 Ford Explorer Braking

The brakes in the Ford Explorer differ depending on the model. The base model is fitted with 12.8-inch ventilated discs, front, and back. The disc size is increased to 13.9-inch in the front and 13.5-inch at the back, throughout the lineup. In the brake test, the Explorer comes to a smooth rest from 60-0 MPH in 127 feet. 

2018 Ford Explorer brakes

The Explorer is one of the heaviest vehicles in its class and hence, this braking distance doesn't seem that bad. The pedal feels soft and responsive. The stopping power is good, although the brakes fade pretty badly. On those mountain roads, where brakes are applied regularly, the Explorer tends to lose its braking performance on repeated use. 

Models 2018 Ford Explorer 2018 Honda Pilot 2018 Toyota Highlander 2018 Chevrolet Traverse
Brake Front 12.8 in 12.6 in 12.9 in 12.6 in
Brake Rear 12.8 in 13.0 in 12.2 in 12.4 in 
Curb Weight 4,443 lbs 4,054 lbs 4,244 lbs 4,362 lbs
60-0 MPH 127 ft. 128 ft. 126 ft. 120 ft.

Once again, the Chevy Traverse tops the list as it has the best braking abilities. On the flip side, the Honda Pilot has the worst brakes in this competition. Despite being the lightest, it takes a longer braking distance than the Explorer. Even the Toyota Highlander's braking distance could have been better, considering it's lighter than the Explorer. 

2018 Ford Explorer Towing capacity

Towing capacity is good in the Ford Explorer. The 2.3L engine can tow up to 3,000 pounds, which is kind of less for a midsize SUV. The V6 and EcoBoost V6 have their maximum towing capacity rated at 5,000 pounds, which is pretty good. The optional Trailer Towing package adds a 7 pin connector, a hitch receiver, and an engine oil cooler. 

Models 2018 Ford Explorer 2018 Honda Pilot 2018 Toyota Highlander 2018 Chevrolet Traverse
Towing Capacity 5,000 lbs 5,000 lbs 5,000 lbs 5,200 lbs

The Chevy Traverse overtakes the Explorer by offering 200 pounds more towing capacity but that's not much of a concern. The towing capacities of the Toyota Highlander and the Honda Pilot are the same as the Explorer. The Explorer can easily tow a boat or a camping trailer. 


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2018 Ford Explorer Fuel Economy

5.0/10

With its new-ish turbo-4, the Ford Explorer earns some solid EPA kudos- The Car Connection

The base engine has the lowest fuel economy in the class. It is rated at 17 MPG in the city, 24 MPG on a highway, and 20 MPG combined. Adding the 4WD system reduces the mileage by 1 MPG. The optional 2.3L engine is certainly a smart upgrade as it boasts better fuel efficiency. It returns 19 MPG in the city. 27 MPG on a highway and 22 MPG combined. 

2018 Ford Explorer three-quarter view

The most powerful 3.5L turbo V6 engine's fuel estimates are the worst as it returns just 18 MPG combined. In all the scenarios, an 18.6-gallon fuel tank is fixed. With the base engine, the Explorer delivers 381 miles in FWD form and 363 miles for the 4WD models. The 2.3L engine has the best driving range of 427 miles but it drops down to 353 miles with the turbo V6. 

Models 2018 Ford Explorer 2018 Honda Pilot 2018 Toyota Highlander 2018 Chevrolet Traverse
MPG (City) 17 19 21 18
MPG (Highway) 24 27 27 27
MPG (Combined) 20 22 23 21
Fuel Tank Capacity (Gallons) 18.6 19.5 19.2 18.6
Range (City/Highway/Combined; Miles) 316/446/381 371/527/449 403/518/460 335/502/391

The Toyota Highlander has the best fuel estimates and driving range. The Chevrolet Traverse is slightly more efficient than the Honda Pilot but the latter's large tank contributes to a better driving range. The Explorer's fuel economy is somewhat lower than its rivals. Therefore, you need to switch to the 2.3L engine for better fuel economy. 

2018 Ford Explorer Interior

9.0/10

The Ford Explorer SUV seats up to seven in its three rows, and thanks to its overall size even the third row offers room for adults- Kelly Blue Book

2018 Ford Explorer Seating and Comfort

The cabin of the Ford Explorer is adorned with good-quality materials. It is a true six or seven-passenger SUV depending on how it's configured. Cloth upholstery is standard but higher versions get perforated leather seats. The front seats are comfortable and the seating position is good too. The driver's seat is power-adjustable even on the base model but a power passenger's seat is available from the XLT trim. Also, heated and ventilated front seats are standard from the Limited trim.

2018 Ford Explorer dashboard

The top-of-the-line Platinum trim also adds heated second-row seats. The dual-pane sunroof does take up a little headroom but you will never notice. The second-row passenger space isn't too bad. These seats have higher than normal seating positions. The optional second-row captain chairs can slide and recline if you want to give more room for third-row occupants. Opting for the captain hairs also adds a center console at the back. Even in the third row, space is pretty good and can actually fit adults. 

Models 2018 Ford Explorer 2018 Honda Pilot 2018 Toyota Highlander 2018 Chevrolet Traverse
Passenger Capacity 7 8 8 8
Front Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in) 41.4/61.5/42.9 40.1/62.0/40.9 40.7/59.3/44.2 41.3/62.1/41.0
Second Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in) 40.6/61.0/39.5 40.2/62.0/38.4 39.9/59.6/38.4 40.0/62.2/39.0
Third Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in) 37.8/50.8/32.0 38.9/57.6/31.9 35.9/55.0/27.7 38.2/57.5/33.5

The main drawback of the Explorer is that it seats up to seven passengers while the rest of the rivals have a seating capacity of eight. The Chevy Traverse offers the best third-row space in this competition. On the contrary, the Toyota Highlander's third row is too cramped for adults. The Honda Pilot offers decent space in the third row. 

2018 Ford Explorer Infotainment System

The Base and XLT trim comes with a 4.2-inch SYNC infotainment system. This system supports voice commands for the audio system, AM/FM radio, and auxiliary audio input. The Limited trim and above gets the upgraded 8-inch touchscreen display that functions on the latest SYNC 3 infotainment system. It features both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. 

2018 Ford Explorer infotainment system

This interface is one of the best in the business as it is very easy to use and works well. The menus aren't complex to understand. The graphics are crisp and clear. The lower trims get a 6-speaker stereo but the higher models get a 12-speaker Sony audio system, whose sound quality is alluring. Various controls are available below the screen and are within easy reach for the driver. 

2018 Ford Explorer Interior Features

The main comfort and technological features of the Explorer are:

  • Power tilt and telescopic multi-function leather, heated steering 
  • 10-way power front seats
  • Heated & ventilated front seats
  • Cloth & leather upholstery
  • Proximity keyless entry
  • Auto-dimming rearview mirror
  • Remote engine start
  • Dual-zone automatic climate control
  • Wood & leather door, dash trim
  • Ambient lighting
  • 8-inch touchscreen display with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
  • 12-speaker Sony audio system
  • Wi-Fi hotspot
  • Voice-activated navigation system

2018 Ford Explorer Cargo Volume

A dedicated cargo capacity of 21 cubic feet is offered in the Ford Explorer. This is one of the largest cargo areas in this segment. Setting the Explorer apart from some of its competitors is the deep well behind the third-row seats that allows for generous storage even while you're using the third row. The third-row seats are power-folded from the Limited trim.

2018 Ford Explorer cargo volume

These seats can be lowered by a touch of a button, either folded forward or completely stowed away for a flat cargo floor. This opens up to 43.9 cubic feet of cargo space. Additionally, the second-row seats can be folded flat to extend that cargo space all the way to 81.7 cubic feet. The Explorer also offers a deep center cubby storage and a decently-sized glovebox for storing other small items. 

Models

2018 Ford Explorer 2018 Honda Pilot 2018 Toyota Highlander 2018 Chevrolet Traverse

Cargo Capacity (cu-ft.)

21.0 16.5 13.8 23.0

The Chevy Traverse's total cargo space is the largest in this segment and exceeds the Explorer by almost 17 cubic feet. The Toyota Highlander offers less cargo space with the second-row seats folded but the overall space is slightly greater than the Explorer. The Honda Pilot's overall cargo space is also better than the Explorer. 

2018 Ford Explorer Exterior

7.5/10

At first glance, the 2018 Ford Explorer bears a strong resemblance to a Land Rover Range Rover- Kelly Blue Book

2018 Ford Explorer Dimension and Weight

Unlike its rivals, the Ford Explorer has a curvy design that appeals to many buyers. There are three different grille treatments. A simple horizontal chrome grille is available on the Base, XLT, and Limited trims while the Sport model receives a blacked-out grille. The top-of-the-line Platinum trim gets a unique satin and silver diamond grille. Every trim of the Explorer gets standard low-beam LED headlights and halogen high beams.

2018 Ford Explorer three-quarter view

All but the base model also gets LED DRLs. The lenses are smoked on the Sport trim. On the lower fascia, LED fog lamps are standard on the XLT and higher. The Explorer gets a ground clearance of 7.8 inches which is more than adequate for off-roading. The standard wheels are 18 inches while the higher trims upgrade to 20-inch alloy wheels. At the back, the taillights are LED on all models, and Explorer is written on the center of the tailgate. 

Models 2018 Ford Explorer 2018 Honda Pilot 2018 Toyota Highlander 2018 Chevrolet Traverse
Curb Weight (lbs) 4,443 4,054 4,244 4,362
Length (in) 198.3 194.5 192.5 204.3
Width (in) 78.9 78.6 75.8 78.6
Height( in) 70.0 69.8 68.1 70.7
Ground Clearance (in) 7.8 7.3 8.0 7.5
Wheelbase (in) 112.8 111.0 109.8 120.9
Track Width (in) F/R 67.0/67.0 66.3/66.3 64.4/64.2 67.3/37.0

The Toyota Highlander sits 0.2 inches higher than the Explorer, which is great for off-roading. The low curb weight of the Honda Pilot translates to better performance on the road. At 204.3 inches, the Chevy Traverse is the longest SUV in this competition. Therefore, maneuvering at tight spots can be challenging. 

2018 Ford Explorer Exterior Feature  

Some of the main highlights of the Explorer's exterior are:

  • LED headlights
  • LED fog lamps 
  • LED taillights   
  • Chrome grille
  • Exterior entry lights
  • Power-folding, heated exterior mirrors
  • Chrome bodyside moldings
  • Chrome door handles
  • Chrome mirrors
  • Black fender lip moldings
  • Rear roofline spoiler
  • Black window trim
  • Front & rear skid plates
  • Dual exhaust chrome tips

2018 Ford Explorer Safety

8.0/10

The IIHS thinks less of the Ford Explorer than the NHTSA does- The Car Connection

When it comes to safety, the Ford Explorer earned five out of five stars from NHTSA. However, it received below-average ratings from IIHS. The Explorer was given 'Good' ratings in four out of six crash tests. It also received a 'Marginal' rating for the driver's side crash test and 'Poor' ratings for the passenger's side crash test and headlights. 

2018 Ford Explorer IIHS crash test

The front crash prevention was rated 'Basic', which is the lowest rating. Standard safety features in the Explorer are very limited. Therefore, you can order the Ford Safe and Smart package for $1,295 as it adds some of the best driver assistance features. Also, a total of eight airbags come standard in the Explorer. Some of the driver aids are: 

  • Rearview Camera
  • Front & Rear Parking Sensors
  • Forward Collision Warning
  • Adaptive Cruise Control
  • Blind Spot Monitoring
  • Rear Cross-Traffic Alert
  • Rain-Sensing Windshield Wipers
  • Ford MyKey 
  • Front Paring Camera
  • Automatic Parking Assist
  • Auto High-Beam Assist
  • Brake Assist

2018 Ford Explorer Competition

2018 Ford Explorer vs 2018 Honda Pilot 

Despite the Honda Pilot is less powerful, it is athletic than the Explorer in terms of performance due to its low curb weight while its fuel economy is good too. Inside, the Pilot's third row is roomier and its cargo volume is also greater than the Explorer. The Pilot is also the Top Safety Pick from IIHS and packs similar safety features as the Explorer. 

2018 Honda Pilot 

2018 Ford Explorer vs 2018 Toyota Highlander

The base engine of the Toyota Highlander is weak but its optional engine is similarly powered as the Explorer. Its fuel ratings are also better than the Explorer. The Highlander's third row is really small for adults but its infotainment system lacks modern connectivity features. Besides winning the Top Safety Pick award, it also offers more standard features than the Explorer. 

2018 Toyota Highlander 

2018 Ford Explorer vs 2018 Chevrolet Traverse

The Chevrolet Traverse is the cheapest option in this competition. It is agile than the Explorer but its driving dynamics are not that engaging. Moving to the interior, the Traverse offers an airy third row while the cargo capacity is the largest in the segment. In terms of safety, the Traverse's list of driver-assist features is longer than the Explorer. 

2018 Chevrolet Traverse 

2018 Ford Explorer Final Verdict

From its stylish exterior to its comfortable and practical interior, the 2018 Ford Explorer is exactly the kind of vehicle that most American families need most of the time. But because families favor a vehicle like the Explorer, it needs to provide the very best possible occupant protection that it can. Unfortunately, that is not the case. However, it does a great job of hauling people long distances for long periods of time. 

2018 Ford Explorer third-quarter view

2018 Ford Explorer FAQs

Does the 2018 Ford Explorer have transmission problems?

Yes, few owners have complained about transmission failure and improper downshifting.

Is the 2018 Ford Explorer a reliable vehicle?

According to J.D. Power, it scored 82 out of 100, which is a great score. However, its rivals have scored better. 

Does the 2018 Ford Explorer have heated seats?

Yes, heated front seats are standard from the Limited trim while the top-end Platinum trim also adds heated second-row seats. 

Can you tow with a 2018 Ford Explorer?

Yes, the 2018 Ford Explorer offers a towing capacity of 5,000 pounds. \

Which Ford Explorer model has the most options?

The XLT trim comes with six optional packages and therefore, has the most optional features. 

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