Ford is hoping that the all-new 2021 Ford Explorer will make its way to the purchaser’s driveway. The vehicle offers three rows of seats and a very spacious room for handling cargo, and it comes with different features such as connectivity and safety features which most buyers wish to have on their lists.
The 2021 Ford Explorer comes with three basic models, the base, XLT, and limited model. The base and XLT model comes standard with a turbocharged four-cylinder engine and rear-wheel drive, but all-wheel drive is Voluntary. The limited model is optional when it comes to the hybrid powertrain, and the top-spec Platinum while the sporty ST models come with a twin-turbo V-6. Overall, the Ford Explorer is a decent choice of vehicle to purchase, but rivals like the Kia Telluride, the Hyundai Palisade, and the Mazda CX-9 offer more polish.
The interior design of the 2021 Ford Explorer may border on uninspired, the Explorer’s cabin is fully functional and very comfortable, at least for those in the first two rows. Getting into the standard third row is now easier thanks to a new system that shift the second-row seat out of the way at the touch of a button. Rivals such as the Chevy Traverse and the Volkswagen Atlas comes with more comfort in the third row.
The 2021 Ford Explorer has an 8.0-inch infotainment touchscreen which includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability and also a Wi-Fi hotspot. The system is both beautiful and responsive but not as instinctive as we thought. The vehicle also has a rotatory controller. To get the optional 10.1-inch vertically oriented screen, the purchaser or owner of the vehicle will need to upgrade to either the Platinum or ST. Every model of the 2021 Ford Explorer is available with voice-activated navigation as well as a rear-seat entertainment system.
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