2018 Ford Explorer Platinum Review
Introducing the New 2018 Ford Explorer Platinum
The 2018 Ford Explorer Platinum offers what might be the problem of the older series of Ford Explorer. Coming up with the combination of strong powerful engine of Explorer SUV, the 3.5-litre EcoBoost V-6 and the expensive appearance, the new Ford Explorer is answering what has become a long problem before that the potential buyers should give one or two catchy looks for strong machine. There is always a customer who wants it all in one package, so this branch new Platinum gives it altogether.
The shining line is in the technology and machine inside this Ford Explorer Platinum. The Ford fairy tale tells us the luxury of Limited will meet the EcoBoost V-6 and 370 horsepower with transmission of 6 speed automatic with manual shifting mode. Engine type of twin-turbo and intercooled DOHC 24-valve V-6 take a place under the wide leather seat that makes your Exploring feels more like comfortable 2 hours trip and you are just as fresh as before. The must–have component of Ford Explorer that always be there is the roof window designed in a stylish way. Talking about the steering, you have the full steering feel, Platinum offers you slower steering ration tuned and the suspension and break system is secure and make it the real explorer in mountains route.
With the offering price of $33,000 – $53,915 you can go for the luxurious Explorer Platinum, strong and safe steering and brake, also the effective parking sense that firstly come in front by the Ford All New – Focus. Even though this additional parking sense is not so important for wild mountain location, but with the high possibility that buyers come from everywhere, then those in town might enjoy this facility so much. Some additional furniture inside can be install, like the DVD Screen but to be honest, the music and sound system inside this 2018 Ford Explorer Platinum is more than enough and clear with 500 – watt / 12 speakers Sony Audio System.
As for competitors Explorer is BMW X5, Infinity QX70, Volvo XC90, Audi Q5, Porsche Cayenne, Range Rover Evoque, Toyota Highlander, Honda Pilot, Mercedes GLA, Cadillac SRX, and Lexus RX 350.