The test drivers of the 2015 Ford Explorer SUV review are impressed with the first-rate interior of this SUV, but some others say that the confining rear seats and tech features are very disappointing for them.
2015 Ford Explorer SUV Spec and price
In this 2015 Ford Explorer SUV review you will also know the 2015 Ford Explorer SUV price and spec. according to most of auto critics, with the MSRP range from $30,700 up to $43,100, this SUV offers the base V6 engine which delivers a prefect power that you can use for daily driving. This SUV also features front-wheel drive models which can be fitted with an available turbocharged four-cylinder engine and the Ford Explorer Sport has a turbocharged V6 engine which many test drivers say it delivers generous power.
The fuel economy of the 2015 Ford Explorer SUV is very impressive for its class with EPA-estimated 17 mpg in the city and 24 mpg in the highway. Meanwhile, the four-cylinder Explorer models get an EPA-estimated 20 mpg in the city and 28 mpg in the highway which is very impressive for such a three-row SUV. Most of test drivers report that the 2015 Ford Explorer is more cumbersome to drive and feels larger than other SUVs in its class. Meanwhile, some others are praised with its accurate steering and comfortable ride.
2015 Ford Explorer SUV Interior space
Most auto reviewers say that the front row of the 2015 Ford Explorer SUV is made of high quality materials but they note that the less-expensive materials are brought in the second and third rows. The seats of Ford Explorer are seven, six when chairs of captain are installed in the second row, but many auto critics say that the adult passengers will feel tight in the second and third rows. Some others add that the broad door sills make it to climb into and out from the Explorer SUV and some of them find that the side rearward visibility of the driver is inadequate.
The 2015 Ford Explorer SUV provides a little bit less maximum cargo space than a couple of its rivals, even though some auto writers say that there is still a couple of rooms behind the third row. Test drivers note that the available MyFord Touch infotainment system has got improvements which make it more easy to use and intuitive but they also report that it can be very confusing while driving and most of rivals offer the systems which are easier to use.