2017 Ford Explorer ratings and reviews
When it comes to technology to enhance comfort and convenience, Ford tends to be ahead of the pack. It made no exception with the 2017 Explorer, which comes packed with standard technology to boost safety and entertainment, like traction control, tire pressure monitoring, USB connections, and SiriusXM Satellite Radio. However, drivers can add as many other technologies as they want in the Explorer’s range of eight trim levels with two engine configurations and various packages to make each Explorer its own. An upgrade from the base model to the XLT adds a remote anti-theft system, rear parking sensors, and 2nd-row bucket seats, while the Limited gets heated driver and passenger seats, power folding 3rd-row seats, and adjustable pedals. Features on Sport include alloy wheels and unique body styling packages. Platinum adds perks like premium leather seating, adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning assistance, and parking assistance technology.