1999 Explorer Owner Reviews (4)
AOL user Oct 30, 2012
I realy like my 1999 Explorer XLT. It has a good amount of room inside. It's power everything with leather. It has almost 134,000 on it and still runs like a top. I generaly do city driving and get around 18 miles avg. But i once did a trip with alot of highway driving and toped out at 25mpg! Yes thats right, 25. It has been dependable for me so far so i'm happy with it.
My '99 Ford Explorer
razhansen Jan 07, 2012
Im 18 years old, and drive my parent's 1999 Explorer. Let me tell you, this car has over 225,000 miles on it- and it's still going. It runs like a dream. I love this car!!!
AOL user Jan 28, 2009
this is the second explorer i bought i am very inpressed with the ride and preforamce of the suv when i get rid of my 99 eb i will get another one
Biggest Piece of Junk Ever
marksteelfit Sep 30, 2007
My 1998 Ford Explorer was one of the worst vehicles I have ever encountered. It guzzled gas like a Boeing 747. It broke down constantly. I had to replace almost every piece of the front suspension prematurely (75,000 miles). The blower motor was down to one speed when I got rid of it. It fouled spark plugs on a regular basis. The intermittant wipers worked only when the mood overcame them. The left rear leaf spring developed a mysterious sag in spite of the fact that I drive only on paved roads. Rust gripped the entire vehicle like a vise. Finally, it failed to start one day. There was no gas to the injectors. A new fuel pump failed to solve it. Hours of analysis failed to find the problem. I sold it for junk on EBAY. I'm sure the new Exploders aren't much better. Mark@marksteelbooks.com
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