Tests show high risk of injury; here's how other midsize SUVs fared.
Ford Explorer News
Autoblog answers all your questions about the 2018 Ford Explorer
As we mentioned last night, underneath the new Lincoln Aviator "concept" there appears to be an independent rear suspension lifted right from the Ford Mustang parts bin. And while it's pretty cool on its face that Mustang rear-drive platform bits are being reused in the broader Ford universe, what this means for the next Explorer could be really cool.
Ford Motor Co. is giving its SUV lineup a shot of adrenaline, confirming plans to add a smaller off-road vehicle to complement the upcoming Bronco and a sporty Explorer ST model. The company also teased the much-anticipated Shelby GT500 and Bronco in renderings released Thursday.
The Edge ST looks to be getting a big brother.
The Explorer's gonna go back in time.
Federal regulators have now received at least 1,381 complaints alleging carbon monoxide leaks in the cabin.
Despite multimillion-dollar settlements, workers describe an atmosphere hostile to women and minorities.
NHTSA reports injuries that include "loss of consciousness, with the majority indicating nausea, headaches, or light-headedness."
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Ford isn't aware of fires, injuries, or accidents related to either recall.
Fords are quicker than Chevy and Dodge, but no matter which police car you come across, remember, you'll never outrun Motorola.
Available on 2017 Police Interceptor Utility models, spoiler-mounted rear lights are programable and can be set to red, blue, or amber.
There have been over 150 complaints from owners of the 2011 to 2015 Explorer.
The F-150 and Explorer represent the bulk of the recalled vehicles. The Focus Electric and Transit Connect account for over 900 and 600 vehicles each.