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Bayshore Ford Truck Sales
(302) 656-3160
4003 North Dupont Highway
New Castle, DE
 
Carman Ford Inc
(302) 323-2300
193 S Dupont Highway
New Castle, DE
 
Murphy Ford Lincoln - Mercury
(888) 389-8443
Highland Ave Exit 3b Off Interstat
Chester, PA
 
Ramsey Ford of Elkton
(410) 398-3600
560 East Pulaski Highway
Elkton, MD
 
Pacifico Ford Inc
(215) 492-1700
6701 Essington Avenue
Philadelphia, PA
 
Sheridan Ford Sales
(800) 931-6764
4001 Kirkwood Highway
Wilmington, DE
 
Garnet Ford Inc
(610) 358-5600
Routes 1 And 202
Chadds Ford, PA
 
Fred Beans Ford Lincoln Mercury - West Chester Inc
(800) 306-4936
1155 West Chester Pike
West Chester, PA
 
Springfield Ford Lincoln-Mercury
(610) 544-0700
50 Baltimore Pike
Springfield, PA
 
Pacifico Marple Ford Lincoln
(610) 353-5500
3015 West Chester Pike
Broomall, PA
Service Department
Ford & Lincoln Cars and Trucks, Gas,Diesel
Car Makes
Ford Lincoln
Dealership Hours
9am to 9pm M-F, 9-5:30pm Sat, closed Sundays
Service Department Hours
7:30am to 5:00pm M-F, 8:00 to 4:30pm Sat
Certifications
Ford, ASE

2011 Ford Explorer

January 5, 2011 by Alison Lakin

2011 Ford Explorer

Overview 
For 20 years, the Ford Explorer has been considered the people’s SUV, the one that took SUVs off dirt paths and onto pavement. The Ford Explorer is so synonymous with SUVs that it’s hard to imagine one that’s more crossover than rugged people mover. And yet, here it is, an all-new 2011 Explorer with a unibody frame instead of a body-on-frame design, a modification that sets the Explorer firmly in a gentler segment. It’s wider and longer now, but thanks to new sheet metal, it more closely resembles its smaller, redesigned brother, the Edge . And while it probably won't be crawling over boulders any time soon, the Explorer still has the chops to traverse a good amount of rough terrain, ford about 18 inches of water and tow 5,000 lbs. The cabin features a refined, upscale look with the coolest tech and touchscreen integration we’ve seen in a production vehicle in this price range. And should you find yourself unconvinced that this generation is set to become another bestseller, check out the fuel economy – up to 25 mpg on the highway. Turns out, a lot can change in 20 years.
 
2011 Ford Explorer


2011 Ford Explorer


2011 Ford Explorer
What's to Like
Fuel economy numbers now rival the more traditional modes of family transportation – minivans and wagons. The third row of seating is surprisingly spacious enough to fit adults. The interior redesign has made for a more refined and sophisticated look with an abundance of soft-touch materials and tech. 

What's Not to Like 
Oddly enough, legroom in the second row isn’t quite roomy enough. The new MyFord Touch, while innovative, can be finicky and hard to navigate. Pricing can rise beyond what some might expect to pay for a car in this segment. Without a V-8 option and true SUV pedigree, some more hardcore drivers will want to look elsewhere.

The Drive: 
Driving Impressions
The Explorer, by all intents and purposes, is no longer a true SUV, and luckily that means only good things for ride comfort. The suspension is supple, but not so loose that the car goes to pieces in corners. In fact, it handles irregularities in the road much better than some of the competition. Steering is direct and well-weighted for this particular segment, and acceleration – prompted through a fairly light throttle – remains strong despite the loss of a V-8 engine choice. Curve control is a brilliant addition to the Explorer’s safety lineup. The system will apply engine and wheel braking to control the vehicle in corners if you hit a bend too quickly, correcting the speed to help you stay within your lane and on the road. Another new addition, the terrain management system, allows you – with a twist of a knob – to select the type of terrain you’re about to tackle, and w...

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