The 2014 Ford Explorer SUV now has basic automatic headlights on all trim levels. Second-row heated seats are now standard on the Limited trim level. The 2014 Ford Explorer does build on its heritage, but on-road fluency and traveler comfort are clearly at spotlight.
2014 Ford Explorer SUV performance
The 2014 Ford Explorer is a huge crossover SUV available in base, XLT, Limited and Sport trim levels.
Conventional devices consists of a V6 engine, 17-inch steel wheels, automatic headlamps, rear personal privacy glass, incorporated blind-spot mirrors, roofing rails, cruise control, complete power devices, air-conditioning, a 50/50-split third-row seat, a six-way power driver seat (manual recline), a tilt-and-telescoping wheel, a trip computer system and a six-speaker sound system with a CD player and an auxiliary audio jack.
The XLT adds 18-inch alloy wheels, foglamps, rear parking sensors, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a keyless entry code pad, Bluetooth, Sync (Ford’s voice-activated phone/entertainment interface), a six-way front traveler seat, satellite radio and a USB port.
With the XLT trim, Ford provides the Equipment Group 201A package that adds a rearview cam, dual-zone automatic environment control, a nine-speaker sound system and the Driver Connect plan, that includes an auto-dimming rearview mirror, MyFord Touch electronic devices controls (includes three configurable displays, 2 USB ports, SD card reader and audio/video input jacks) and upgraded Sync functionality. The 202A plan consists of all of the 201A devices, plus leather furniture, heated front seats and an eight-way power driver seat with power-adjustable lumbar.
The Limited bundles all the above items and includes 20-inch wheels, heated outboard second-row seats, remote engine beginning, power-adjustable pedals with memory, a 110-volt power outlet and a 12-speaker Sony sound system with HD radio. Optional for the Limited is the 301A plan, which includes a power liftgate, a power-folding operation for the third-row seat, an eight-way power guest seat, ventilated front seats, a heated and power tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel and a navigation system.
To this, the 302A package includes xenon headlamps, automatic high beams, an automatic parallel-parking system, adaptive cruise control with crash caution and brake support, lane-departure and lane-keeping assist, a blind-spot warning system and inflatable seatbelts for second-row outboard guests.
The Explorer Sport is geared up likewise to the Limited, although it does not have the natural leather upholstery, 110-volt outlet and power-adjustable pedals. It likewise features different 20-inch wheels, a sport-tuned suspension, front sport seats (with additional lateral reinforcing) and special interior and exterior trim details.
The Sport’s 401A plan adds the power liftgate, navigation system, blind-spot tracking, cross-traffic alert, inflatable seatbelts, power-adjustable wheel and pedals, warmed and ventilated front seats, leather furniture, motorist seat memory, power front passenger seat and 110-volt outlet. The navigation system and adaptive cruise control can likewise be bought as stand-alone options.
A few of the features in the XLT and Limited’s optional bundles can be included as specific alternatives, too. These consist of a dual-panel sunroof, second-row captain’s chairs and a rear seat home entertainment system with dual headrest-mounted displays.
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