A problem with the toe link in the rear suspension has prompted Ford to recall over 75,000 examples of the Explorer across the United States.
2015 Ford Explorer
- Steven J. Ewing
- Jun 14, 2014
Remember when Ford launched the totally new Explorer in late 2010, and people were skeptical about how the now-crossover would fare, after ditching its traditional SUV roots? Well, we're several years in, and I think we can assuredly say that Ford made the right decision. Sales are better than ever (in fact, May was the current Explorer's best month yet), and the crossover is finding its way into the hands of a whole host of new Ford buyers.
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