2015 Ford Explorer redesign and price

2015 Ford Explorer

The 2015 Ford Explorer is likely to be built in China, in order to spread out its sale in Asian market. Its availability in the showrooms all around the world is expected sometime during the year 2014, but it is still uncertain when exactly.

2015 Ford Explorer front grill

Design of 2015 Ford Explorer

The 2015 Ford Explorer will keep its position in the full-size segment with its three rows of seats where it will be able to accommodate eight passengers. However, we can expect some refreshments in its exterior design. Based on the shots available on the internet, we can see that the front part of the vehicle will obtain much more elegant grille and modern headlights. Furthermore, this new-generation SUV will obtain much curvier lines in comparison to the previous model. Also, at the back of the car, the taillights will get an unusual trapezoidal shape. As for the interior, we can await its cabin to be more comfortable and of a much better quality. It surely won’t lack the latest infotainment system with a large touchscreen, placed at the center of its dashboard. Besides, this full-range vehicle will be convenient for family purposes thanks to its big cargo space.

2015 Ford Explorer interior

Engine range for 2015 Ford Explorer

Speaking of the power units, the 2015 Ford Explorer will be supplied with a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder EcoBoost engine that is hoped to generate up to 230 horsepower, and even more. But based on some reports, this brand-new crossover will also be offered with a V-6 EcoBoost powertrain. Probably these engines will be coupled to automatic transmission. Moreover, its fuel consumption is estimated to be around 30 mpg.

2015 Ford Explorer rear

Price of 2015 Ford Explorer

The assumed price for the 2015 Ford Explorer is $47,000 for the base model, whereas the highest trim level is likely to reach $94,000. As soon as this luxurious SUV appears in the streets, it will attract big attention among its potential customers, and therefore make questionable the popularity of Dodge Durango and GMC Acadia.

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3 Responses to 2015 Ford Explorer redesign and price

  1. LYDT says:

    I read that Explorers will be made in China as of 2015. The change is very ugly, shapeless and not sporty at all. It looks like all of the other Asian vehicles you see on the road. I own a 2012 Explorer and a 2013 Ford Fusion and I thought, Wow! Ford finally got it right.Well, I will not buy another Explorer now (or Ford for that matter), and neither will the other Explorer owners in my neck of the woods in New York, where every other vehicle is a Ford, especially the new Explorer! Shame on you Ford! How many Americans will not have a job after this?

    As usual, America is thinking of every country but it’s own!

    Disappointed,

    LYDT

  2. Larren N. Kincaid says:

    I have driven fords since 1962. I currently drive a 2010 Explorer, Eddie Bauer and a 2004 F150 Lariat. I was planning on trading my explorer for a 2015 until I read where the base price on a 2015 was going
    to be $47,000 and could go as high as $94,000. I also read where China was going to build the explorer. I am so sick and tired of picking up products and reading where they are made in China. I will pay the price for an American made product before I buy anything made in China. Don’t expect me to buy any more Ford products if they are going to be made in China. You can be a Ford loyalist only for so long.

  3. MichelleD says:

    Looks like a huge Kia…seriously?!

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