well i liked the car untill the
transmission went after 37, 000 mile
the car was only used to go to work and
home and the transmission went and they
refused to give me a new one they only
gave me a rebuilt one
I bought the truck with 36000 miles and
I've had my explorer for 16 months now
and I've had a/c and transmission
issues. I had the compressor changed
and a new pressure control valve
changed in the transmission. Since
then I've had no issues with my truck.
I'm looking for an expedition because
we just had another baby and the back
seat just isn't roomy with a big car
seat. Other than that the Explorer is
Rear control for the radio, Sunroof,
and all of the other doo dads.
Better tow abilities! Towing a boat
out of the boat launch stinks. No rear
end weight makes it hard to tow out of
I purchased this vehicle brand new and
paid around 25000 dollars for it and I
has been a nightmare. Not only did the
dealership try to screw me out of the
rebate the transmission has been
replaced 3 times in 55000 miles and the
thermostat has been replaced 4 times in
70000 miles. Ford has been absolutly
useless in helping me. I tried to trade
it in and of course they didnt want it
either. I will never buy another ford I
will buy foreign first.
Customer service and QUALITY IS JOB 1.
For a start like they claim they have
thats a joke!!!!!!!!!!!
I purchased this Explorer new for my wife. Front
bumper was out of alignment when we took delivery.
Got hit with the fuel injector recall, after 3 trips to
dealership for the "clunk" under the drivers feet they
found nothing and we went to another
dealership...missing transmission mounting bolt! Just
paid it off and 6K miles out of warranty the transmission
slips between 2nd and 3rd...$900 bills later! That new
Sequoia is going to look good in my garage...bye bye
Put some ponies under the hood! The 6 cylinder is
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