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2007 Ford Explorer Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 18 reviews
The 2007 Ford Explorer faces the challenge of a shrinking market for full-size SUVs. However, the Explorer's reputation for rugged comfort gives it something of an edge over the competition, while its less-than-dazzling fuel efficiency might work against it.
Updates to the '07 Ford Explorer include a slight tweak to the front-end styling, a new range of exterior colors, and the introduction of a power-fold option for the third row seats.
Three trims are available for the '07 Explorer: XLT, Eddie Bauer, and Limited; the XLT is also offered with a special Ironman package, commemorating Ford's sponsorship of the triathlon event.
The 2007 Explorer ships with a 4.0 liter, single overhead cam V6 engine that puts out 210 horsepower and delivers 254 lb.-ft. of torque. New for this year is an optional upgrade to a 4.6 liter, single overhead cam 24-valve V8 clocked at 292 horsepower and 300 lb.-ft. of torque.
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Ford Explorer Questions
Have New Battery Solid Connection New Starter And Still Will Not Turnover F...
4.0 v6 tried everything I know so far
No Brake Lights On 2007 Ford Explorer
No power going to the 3 brake lights nor the trailer hitch when testing. Have turn signals and flashers but no brake lights at all. The brake switch under the pedal is fine. Everything seemed fine...
Does A 2007 Ford Explorer Have A Third Row Of Seating?
Fog Lights Only Turn On When Unlocking Car Thru Key Fob. If It Isn't A Fuse...
What Is The Average Mileage Lifespan Of The 2007 Ford Explorer Xlt?
what is the average mileage lifespan of the 2007 Ford Explorer XLT? I know Hondas are good for 200- 300k miles... Also, how much repair have these vehicles needed?