1993 Ford Explorer Consumer Review: XLT is worth it

1993 Ford Explorer - Consumer Review

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XLT 4dr SUV (4.0L V6 5-speed Manual)

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XLT is worth it
By Matt Parker on


1993 Ford Explorer XLT 4dr SUV


I found it to be very clean running,
fuel efficiant (13 miles per gallon)
with manual five-speed, and a 4.0 Liter
V6 Engine. The engine has never given
me problems. All I ever get is
compliments on how confortable and
smooth the ride was from passengers.
Cargo space, the rear seats fold down
which gives out about 6+ feet of room.
Although the seats do not fold down all
the way, leaving you with a bed that
slants at 10 degrees. The paint
fades. So, a wax job is needed after
cleaning the truck at least every
week. The truck is small enough to fit
tigh spaces and has a tight turning
radius. While still having tons of room
for cargo and passengers.

Best Features

-Power seats work like new -Engine pumps out a good amount of power -Lots of room in the back. -Perfect for camping trips. -Being 9+ years old, the truck runs very clean.

Worst Features

-Have a well trusted mechanic give your truck a good check up after you buy it to avoid problems down the road. -Keep rubber tubing around the doors in good condition, and lubricate all latches. -Practice lowering the spare tire, it's a pain the first time, so know how to operate it.
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