When it goes on sale this winter, the all-new 2011 Ford Explorer will start at $28,190 for a six-cylinder, front-wheel-drive model, not including an $805 destination fee. That price is for base models; uplevel XLT and Limited trims will start at $31,190 and $37,190, respectively.

Numerous options and packages are available, with features such as trailer tow package, Sync, MyFord Touch, navigation and adaptive cruise control that can push the price north of $40,000. We have the full pricing breakdown available at KickingTires, here.


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Answered by Joe Bruzek on July 27, 2010 in Ford | Permalink

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