I got my 2000 Ford Explorer Sport
earlier this month when I traded my
1998 Ford Mustang in for it. I needed
much more room for my things, with
being an art major in school, and a
musician. I liked how the Explorer
Sport looked rugged and tough-not weak
and flimsy like other SUV's. This one
works great for people with busy
lifestyles, with things to do and
stuff to carry. It's fun to pile all
of your friends into the Explorer and
head out to the beach, or mountains,
with the windows down and radio up.
It's very fun to drive-
I get a lot of compliments on this
I love this color, "Tropic Green", but
I've noticed that Ford makes a lot of
great colors for the Explorer. I also
love the dark interior, the fold-down
seats, and Goodyear tires. The factory
sound system isn't bad either.
There's a little interior noise when I
drive at higher speeds, and more
passing power would be good, but I
can't think of any other bad points.
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