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Old 03-28-2012, 04:08 PM   #1
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New Ford Explorer Sport: Fuel-Efficient, High-Performance SUV Features Inspired Design Cues, EcoBoost V6 Engine

- Ford Explorer Sport is a new addition for the 2013 model year, featuring EcoBoost® 3.5-liter V6 engine for greater performance feel and projected top fuel economy among gasoline-powered, high-performance sport utility vehicles
- Explorer Sport gives customers an interior inspired by designer accessory fashions, sporty exterior design cues and specially tuned suspension components

DEARBORN, Mich., March 28, 2012 – The first-ever performance version of the Ford Explorer arrives this year with the highest projected fuel economy among gasoline-engine-powered, high- performance SUVs.

With a twin-turbocharged EcoBoost® V6 engine making at least 350 horsepower and four-wheel drive with a Terrain Management SystemTM, Explorer Sport delivers enhanced on-road dynamics with sporty design cues inside and out.

"Adding an EcoBoost drivetrain to Explorer Sport delivers even more fuel efficiency and performance to the lineup," said Bill Gubing, Explorer chief engineer. "This is our highest- performance, most capable Ford Explorer ever."

Power, capability, fuel efficiency
Completely new for 2011, the Ford Explorer has been winning over customers with its improved on-road handling, impressive comfort and convenience technologies, and fuel economy never before delivered by an SUV.

For the 2013 model year, Explorer Sport brings high-performance SUV power and projected fuel economy of up to 16 mpg in city driving and 22 mpg on the highway – anticipating 3 mpg better in the city and 2 mpg on the highway than the Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge Durango R/T 5.7-liter Hemi engines. It scores 3 mpg higher in the city and 4 mpg higher on the highway than the Land Rover Range Rover Sport.

"Explorer Sport makes no compromises," said Carl Widmann, vehicle engineering manager. "By carefully beefing the chassis and suspension, precisely calibrating the Terrain Management System and adding comfort and convenience features, we've delivered an SUV that delivers great dynamics and performance – while towing up to 5,000 pounds."

The Explorer Sport features a paddle-shifted six-speed SelectShift AutomaticTM transmission with a unique 3.16 to 1 final drive ratio to provide the balance of responsive acceleration and economical low-rpm cruising for better fuel efficiency.

The chassis also has been specially reinforced, making Explorer Sport stiffer and improving its handling.

Explorer Sport also brings a solid-mounted electric power-assisted steering (EPAS) rack with a faster ratio, providing more responsiveness to drivers both on-road and off.

Ford's newest SUV comes standard with larger brakes for shorter stopping distances and better performance while towing.

Explorer Sport also has received special terrain management settings for tackling sandy, snowy, rutted mud and hill descent.

"Upgrading to Sport specification enabled us to maintain the standards of traditional Explorer capability plus delivering the highest highway fuel efficiency among gasoline-engine-powered, high-performance, three-row SUVs," Widmann said.

Subtle, sporty design elements
Sport builds on Explorer's muscular, sculpted form with subtle cues to differentiate it from other models in the lineup. Available in four exterior colors – Ruby Red Metallic Clearcoat, White Platinum Metallic Tri-Coat, Tuxedo Black Metallic and Ingot Silver Metallic – Explorer Sport has unique 20-inch painted and machined wheels, features blacked-out headlamp and taillamp treatments, black roof rack rails, sideview mirror skull caps and a liftgate appliqué.

The Explorer Sport's special grille is a low-gloss Sterling Gray mesh, with contrasting ebony high-gloss bars. The black front lower fascia features a functional opening for additional cooling. Explorer logotype in billet-like black adds a bold identity statement. Subtle Sport and EcoBoost badges at the rear finish the liftgate.

Inside, the high-end feel continues. Charcoal Black leather-trimmed seating is available with and without contrasting Sienna inserts.

The interior design contrast was inspired by fashion, mirroring two-tones that are currently seen in leather accessories and apparel from design houses Balenciaga and Prada. Stitching is emphasized to lend a handcrafted appearance while highlighting Explorer Sport's sculptured seats.

Explorer Sport also has unique steering wheel stitching, a technical look to instrument and door panel appliqués, unique Sport-logo floor mats and illuminated scuff plates.

Comfort, convenience, connectivity
As the top of the Explorer line, Sport offers a robust array of standard and optional customer- focused technologies that make driving more comfortable, convenient and connected. These include:

- 4WD with Terrain Management System
- Dual-Zone Electronic Automatic Temperature Control
- 10-way power driver's seat with power recline and lumbar
- Six-way power passenger seat with recline and lumbar
- First-row heated seats
- Compass and exterior temperature display
- Rear view camera
- SYNC® with MyFord Touch® driver connect technology
- Sony® Premium Audio System with HD RadioTM and 12 speakers

Explorer Sport can be tailored to individual preferences with the following options as well:
- Active park assist
- Blind Spot Information System (BLIS®) with cross-traffic alert
- Inflatable rear seat belts
- 110-volt outlet
- PowerFold mirrors
- Intelligent access with Push-Button Start
- Remote Start
- Adjustable pedals with memory
- Dual-panel moonroof
- Power liftgate
- Class III trailer-towing package

Explorer Sport is manufactured at Ford's Chicago production facility. It will arrive in dealerships later this year.


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Old 03-28-2012, 04:10 PM   #2
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Oh, I wanted this in my 2012

I like the new rims, grill black and lettering on the front. I wonder how it does with towing, we wanted something that could pull a wakeboard boat.
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I read on another site that towing was rated at 5000 pounds.
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Yeah I saw that. Same as my 2012. However, worse gas mileage than my 2012 AWD. Weird.
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Yeah I saw that. Same as my 2012. However, worse gas mileage than my 2012 AWD. Weird.
It's got the twin turbo EcoBoost 3.5 V6, which means that it's probably capable of better gas mileage than the regular N/A 3.5 V6, but they tuned it rich so it wouldn't cannibalize sales. It's only a 1mpg difference across the board, I would not be surprised if that was the case.

Considering it's detuned over the Taurus SHO (350hp vs. 365hp), but the same engine, it'll be interesting to see what the aftermarket can do for it.

Either way, I will have one in the next few months.
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That is one good looking Ford
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Your move, Subaru Forester.
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Not a three-row vehicle...?
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I'm glad I haven't bought an Explorer yet, this is exactly what I was waiting for!
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I was thinking it looks very Range Roverish.
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Not a three-row vehicle...?
Still a sport utility that could easily use a sportier model than the down-tuned XT with the ancient 4EAT.

If Ford can sell this thing at a price point WELL over 40K... IN ADDITION TO THE FLEX AND MKT... both of which offer EcoBoost as well...

Subaru could sell a 25-30K WRX/LegacyGT equivalent Forester S-Edition.
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Considering it's detuned over the Taurus SHO (350hp vs. 365hp), but the same engine, it'll be interesting to see what the aftermarket can do for it.
I think the aftermarket is claiming 400+HP and 450+ lbs/ft with just a tune. More with other mods, but since the SHO isn't sell as well as expected, other mods are not as plentiful like catless downpipes and uppipes.

I still like the look and extra space of the Flex over the Explorer, but my wife hates the look. Maybe an Explorer Sport could be in our future when it is time to trade in the GMC, though she has her eye on an Audi Q7.
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I think the aftermarket is claiming 400+HP and 450+ lbs/ft with just a tune. More with other mods, but since the SHO isn't sell as well as expected, other mods are not as plentiful like catless downpipes and uppipes.

I still like the look and extra space of the Flex over the Explorer, but my wife hates the look. Maybe an Explorer Sport could be in our future when it is time to trade in the GMC, though she has her eye on an Audi Q7.
I would avoid the Q7. I'm going the other direction (from a 2010 BMW X5 Diesel to the Explorer Sport) for a reason, and it's not just the extra space.

Already talking to the dealer, they didn't even know about the Sport yet But then, this same dealer told me that the current Explorer was available with a V8 but no body ordered them
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I would highly suggest buying the Explorer with the top end SYNC options. I am very happy that we did this with ours.
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I would avoid the Q7. I'm going the other direction (from a 2010 BMW X5 Diesel to the Explorer Sport) for a reason, and it's not just the extra space.
I wish. Prior to the GMC, she had three Mercedes MLs. Thought she states that she loves her Acadia and will drive it until the wheels fall off (again I wish), I have to be prepared for the more expensive option.
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Can't find my old username from back in 2006... so I get to post as a newbie. Just wanted to say that the ecoboost 3.5 is awesome. I bought my wife a 2011 Flex SEL Ecoboost and I couldn't be happier. MSRP was 47k but out the door at 37k including tax. With a retune only, it's probably pushing near 450 at the crank. The tuner I used guarantees 60whp so that sounds about right. Best 500 bucks I ever spent. With no other mods it's right at 0-60 in 5 seconds. Not bad for a 4700lb car! The retune also affects torque management with the transmission and whatnot, so alot of the gain is from that. Fire and forget. Doesn't handle as well as my 06 wrx obviously, but for a car that's pretty much a minivan with four doors its an amazing vehicle. This explorer looks great, but I enjoy the lower center of gravity with the flex. It's really a tall wagon. Under the sheet metal they are pretty much the same car, but the flex has a hell of a lot more usable room.

I love seeing the faces of guys in STI's and even slow cars when they get blown away on a lane merge

Forgot to say that I still get about 18mpg on the street, and around 24 with a lot of highway driving. It can take 87, but after the tune it only gets 93 from me. That's even with the haldex-ish awd system and myself, wife, and two little ones in the car.

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Can't find my old username from back in 2006... so I get to post as a newbie. Just wanted to say that the ecoboost 3.5 is awesome. I bought my wife a 2011 Flex SEL Ecoboost and I couldn't be happier. MSRP was 47k but out the door at 37k including tax. With a retune only, it's probably pushing near 450 at the crank. The tuner I used guarantees 60whp so that sounds about right. Best 500 bucks I ever spent. With no other mods it's right at 0-60 in 5 seconds. Not bad for a 4700lb car! The retune also affects torque management with the transmission and whatnot, so alot of the gain is from that. Fire and forget. Doesn't handle as well as my 06 wrx obviously, but for a car that's pretty much a minivan with four doors its an amazing vehicle. This explorer looks great, but I enjoy the lower center of gravity with the flex. It's really a tall wagon. Under the sheet metal they are pretty much the same car, but the flex has a hell of a lot more usable room.

I love seeing the faces of guys in STI's and even slow cars when they get blown away on a lane merge

Forgot to say that I still get about 18mpg on the street, and around 24 with a lot of highway driving. It can take 87, but after the tune it only gets 93 from me. That's even with the haldex-ish awd system and myself, wife, and two little ones in the car.
You joined just to post that.
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http://www.ford.com/suvs/explorer/

Sport is finally up on the builder. Price isn't nearly as bad as I thought it would be. We had been pricing loaded Limiteds between $48-50k, and the Sport loaded with everything we need comes out to $49k. I was expecting at least $50k or more. Color me pleasantly surprised. Time to ditch the X5 Crap Hole!
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Damn.

50K as just a matter of course for a well equipped Ford. Not a LINCOLN, but a FORD.

That is more than half of the Mortgage I just paid off, and significantly over my annual salary, before taxes. I have a batchelor's degree, and a professional job that requires such, I don't flip burgers.

No wonder loans have gone to 72 months, and longer. That is the only way to buy a new car like that, and keep the total expense at 25% of income per year of use, other than continually rolling over cars before they depreciate too far, and by extension, keep rolling car loans over, and never actually getting to the end of a car loan.
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Can't find my old username from back in 2006... so I get to post as a newbie. Just wanted to say that the ecoboost 3.5 is awesome. I bought my wife a 2011 Flex SEL Ecoboost and I couldn't be happier. MSRP was 47k but out the door at 37k including tax. With a retune only, it's probably pushing near 450 at the crank. The tuner I used guarantees 60whp so that sounds about right. Best 500 bucks I ever spent. With no other mods it's right at 0-60 in 5 seconds. Not bad for a 4700lb car! The retune also affects torque management with the transmission and whatnot, so alot of the gain is from that. Fire and forget. Doesn't handle as well as my 06 wrx obviously, but for a car that's pretty much a minivan with four doors its an amazing vehicle. This explorer looks great, but I enjoy the lower center of gravity with the flex. It's really a tall wagon. Under the sheet metal they are pretty much the same car, but the flex has a hell of a lot more usable room.

I love seeing the faces of guys in STI's and even slow cars when they get blown away on a lane merge

Forgot to say that I still get about 18mpg on the street, and around 24 with a lot of highway driving. It can take 87, but after the tune it only gets 93 from me. That's even with the haldex-ish awd system and myself, wife, and two little ones in the car.
This all seems a little excessive for something thats towing around the family but if thats your taste then great.

I am looking at a ford explorer as a family vehicle but this looks like it may tip the scales of cost out of where I want to be. I didn't see a price but I can guess its price at around 50k as well. More money then I want to spend on a family car more time I gotta wait to get something I'll actually enjoy driving.
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No wonder loans have gone to 72 months, and longer. That is the only way to buy a new car like that, and keep the total expense at 25% of income per year of use, other than continually rolling over cars before they depreciate too far, and by extension, keep rolling car loans over, and never actually getting to the end of a car loan.
I look around and see so many new cars. I make decent money just north of 60k a year and my wife makes more. We cant even afford the bmws and benz's that I see around everyday numerous times a day. I cant imagine the amount of debt people are carrying just to drive new cars. Does not surprise me really someone on nasioc called my 06 impreza old.

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I've seen a small fleet of these on I94 west of Ann Arbor with M plates the past two months. Real sharp looking SUV but $50k is a tough sell for a SUV like that. But then again it seems all new SUVs are priced out of the stratosphere.
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I've seen a small fleet of these on I94 west of Ann Arbor with M plates the past two months. Real sharp looking SUV but $50k is a tough sell for a SUV like that. But then again it seems all new SUVs are priced out of the stratosphere.
$50k is par for the course. Priced out a Durango SRT8 lately? The Explorer Sport won't have the performance of the SRT8, but it will get significantly better gas mileage.
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Still a sport utility that could easily use a sportier model than the down-tuned XT with the ancient 4EAT.

If Ford can sell this thing at a price point WELL over 40K... IN ADDITION TO THE FLEX AND MKT... both of which offer EcoBoost as well...

Subaru could sell a 25-30K WRX/LegacyGT equivalent Forester S-Edition.

I think it could sell but I have to disagree with your reasoning. The Forester is much better than the outgoing Escape, but they sell FAR more Escapes than Foresters. They are a much larger company and will sell just because they ARE Ford. An American company. The Explorer is a much larger vehicle with a lot more gadgets.
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