Ford Explorer is a traditional midsize SUV with body-on-frame construction. Available with V6 or V8 power, it competes against the Chevy TrailBlazer, Jeep Grand Cherokee, Toyota 4Runner, and Nissan Pathfinder. Standard equipment on the XLT includes cloth low-back bucket seats with manual driver lumbar adjustment, 60/40-split folding second-row bench seat with back-rest recline, power windows with one-touch-down driver window, remote entry key fobs, air conditioning, AM/FM/CD/MP3 audio with auxiliary input jack, cargo management system, center console, two 12-volt power points, load-floor tie-down hooks, two-line message center with outside-temperature readout, privacy glass, one-piece liftgate with flip-open rear window, fold-away electric remote exterior mirrors, black roof side rails, 16-inch, painted aluminum wheels with P235/70R16 all-season tires, fog lamps, AdvanceTrac with Roll Stability Control, and a tire pressure monitoring system. Eddie Bauer adds automatic headlights, exterior mirrors with approach lights, fixed running boards, 17-inch, painted aluminum wheels with all-season tires, second-row dome lights, wood-grain interior accents, overhead console, four-line message center, electrochromic rearview mirror, leather upholstery, 10-way-power seat for the driver, illuminated visor vanity mirrors, keyless entry with keypad, and Safety Canopy. Safety features include the same roll stability control system already used by Volvo and Land Rover. It intervenes with throttle and brakes when the computer senses an impending tip over. Other safety features standard on all Explorers are seat-mounted side-impact air bags, adaptive energy-absorbing steering column, and passenger classifier in the front passenger seat.