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1995 Highlights

Dual airbags top the changes for the redesigned Explorer. Integrated child safety seats are optional on four-door models. Exterior changes include new sheet metal, headlights, grille, taillights and side moldings. The Control-Trac four-wheel-drive system automatically sends power to front wheels if it senses rear-wheel slippage. This feature can be locked in for full-time four-wheeling.

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Runs great especially for the price!!!!!
$300.00 holla,10/24/2009
Eddie Bauer 4dr SUV 4WD
So far so good. I bought it with over 200,000 miles on it. Had to clean the whole interior out(I mean I stripped it down to bare metal).It had been sitting for 6 months, or so, full of trash(this rig had not been taken care of at all)! But I got in it,turned the key,and wah-la she purred like a kitten (a kitten with hairballs,but I was still amazed). Anyway, on to the good part. This thing runs great! 4x4 still works good, the tranny slips just at first,but what can I expect. I'm babying it for awhile until I can have the tranny worked on! Anything that can take the abuse that the last owners put this thing thru and still run is a good ride. Props on the 95 eddie bauer its a tough truck!
Only negative is you can't rent a trailer.
Expedition 2dr SUV 4WD
I love my 1995. I bought it ten years ago and paid $3,000 for it. In ten years I've replaced brakes, tires, driver window electric motor. The only problem I've had is with the dash lights (the lower half won't light up and even though I took it to a dealership and they "fixed" them...a month later they quit working again and the dealership would not fix them for free so I said screw it. The only other issue is that at about 180,000 miles, the OD light started blinking and it would not go into reverse, and it was chunking hard into lower gears. I was told new transmission was needed. Nope. Just a new VSS and clear the codes, and another 40,000 miles later, still going strong!
Affrordably Tough
Family Man,08/20/2010
Bought this used in 5/2010 with 163,000 mi. Two previous owners who'd taken great care and kept on top of all maintenance. So far 3,000 mi and only hub bearings and pad/rotor wear. Window motor went out found a Ford specialist mechanic cheap and honest! Impossible to believe but he must have quit Ford and became saved. lol I get a squeak on bumps after driving 1.5 - 2 hrs but goes away. 15 years old and runs like a champ. Gimme this powertarin in a 2010 and I'm a happy camper!
1995 explorer V6 automatic
XL 4dr SUV 4WD
I bought this car with 135K miles in 2000 for $5000 from my wife’s employer. It had been a fleet vehicle at a construction company. We drove it until it had 250K miles on it. The only maintenance item was a fuel pump ($360.00 installed at private garage) and then normal wear items of shocks, tires and breaks. We sold it to some friends for $900 when the transfer case started leaking oil, informing them that they would have to add oil occasionally. I now wish I had rebuilt the transfer case as they are still driving it with over 300Kmiles on it and just occasionally put oil in the transfer case. They still have not done any more maintenance on it.


IIHS Rating
The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety uses extensive crash tests to determine car safety.
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  • Rear Crash Protection / Head Restraint
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  • IIHS Small Overlap Front Test
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  • Moderate Overlap Front Test

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Used 1995 Ford Explorer Overview

The Used 1995 Ford Explorer is offered in the following submodels: Explorer SUV. Available styles include Expedition 2dr SUV 4WD, XLT 4dr SUV, XL 2dr SUV 4WD, Limited 4dr SUV, Sport 2dr SUV, Eddie Bauer 4dr SUV 4WD, XL 2dr SUV, Sport 2dr SUV 4WD, XLT 4dr SUV 4WD, Eddie Bauer 4dr SUV, XL 4dr SUV, Limited 4dr SUV 4WD, and XL 4dr SUV 4WD. Pre-owned Ford Explorer models are available with a 4.0 L-liter gas engine, with output up to 160 hp, depending on engine type. The Used 1995 Ford Explorer comes with four wheel drive, and rear wheel drive. Available transmissions include: 4-speed automatic, 5-speed manual.

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