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2008 Ford Explorer Trims

Eddie Bauer

Avg. Price: $14,671

The 2008 Ford Explorer Eddie Bauer edition sports such exterior features as unique Pueblo Gold front and rear bumpers, and a special three-bar chrome grille, as well as Pueblo Gold trim and wheel-lip moldings.

Inside, the Eddie Bauer edition ups the luxury ante with a pair of truly refined front-row leather-trimmed, low-backed sport bucket seats with power lumbar and recline features. The driver's seat adds 10-way power adjustment. Other features include a message center, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and power exterior mirrors.

The Explorer Eddie Bauer edition also comes with AdvanceTrac traction control with Roll Stability Control (RSC), Ford's Safety Canopy system with side airbags, an MP3 input jack for the AM/FM/CD sound system, and a tire pressure monitoring system.

In addition, the Eddie Bauer edition includes a new capless fuel filling system (available late in the model year), which opens and closes automatically when drivers insert or extract a fuel pump nozzle. The new capless system provides a tighter seal than a typical gas cap, according to Ford.

A 210-horsepower, 4.0-liter, single-overhead-cam V6 engine provides power for the 2008 Explorer Eddie Bauer edition. The engine links to a five-speed overdrive automatic transmission. A maintenance-free battery, Class II towing hitch, and 17-inch aluminum wheels are also included in the Eddie Bauer package.

Eddie Bauer 4WD

Avg. Price: $15,521

Ford equips the 2008 Explorer Eddie Bauer 4WD edition with a number of distinctive interior and exterior features, as well as the ControlTrac 4X4 System. ControlTrac gives drivers the ability to control the 4X4 system by turning a rotary knob to select high or low four-wheel-drive mode, 4X4 Auto (which transfers power to the appropriate wheels), or two-wheel-drive mode.

The 2008 Eddie Bauer 4WD stands out from the crowd thanks to its unique Pueblo Gold front and rear bumpers, three-bar chrome grille, and Pueblo Gold trim and wheel-lip moldings. Inside, the Eddie Bauer edition pampers the driver and front-row passenger with a pair of leather-trimmed, low-backed sport bucket seats with power lumbar and recline features. The driver's seat adds 10-way power adjustment.

Other features include a message center, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and power exterior mirrors. In addition, the 2008 Eddie Bauer 4WD edition comes equipped with AdvanceTrac traction control with Roll Stability Control (RSC), Ford's Safety Canopy system with side airbags, an MP3 input jack for the AM/FM/CD sound system, and a tire-pressure monitoring system.

It also includes a new capless fuel-filling system (available late in the model year), which opens and closes automatically when drivers insert or extract a fuel pump nozzle. The new capless system provides a tighter seal than a typical gas cap, according to Ford.

A 210-horsepower, 4.0-liter, single-overhead-cam V6 engine provides power for the 2008 Explorer Eddie Bauer 4WD edition. The engine links to a five-speed overdrive automatic transmission. A maintenance-free battery, Class II towing hitch, and 17-inch aluminum wheels are also included in the Eddie Bauer package.

Eddie Bauer V8

Avg. Price: $16,407

Power and personality come together to make the 2008 Ford Explorer Eddie Bauer V8 edition a distinctive vehicle on the road. To set the popular SUV apart from the competition, it sports such exterior features as unique Pueblo Gold front and rear bumpers, a special three-bar chrome grille, and Pueblo Gold trim and wheel-lip moldings.

And to ensure drivers have power beneath the pedal when they need it, the Eddie Bauer V8 comes equipped with a 292-horsepower, 4.6-liter V8 engine, which links to a six-speed automatic transmission.

The most luxurious features inside are the front-row leather-trimmed, low-backed sport bucket seats, which are equipped with power lumbar and recline. The driver's seat adds 10-way power adjustment.

The Eddie Bauer V8 also includes a leather-trimmed steering wheel, a message center, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and power exterior mirrors, as well as an AdvanceTrac traction control with Roll Stability Control (RSC), a Safety Canopy system with side airbags, an MP3 input jack for the AM/FM/CD sound system, and a tire pressure monitoring system.

Like all 2008 Explorer models, the Eddie Bauer V8 also comes with a new capless fuel filling system (available late in the model year), which opens and closes automatically when drivers insert or extract a fuel pump nozzle. The new capless system provides a tighter seal than a typical gas cap, according to Ford.

Eddie Bauer V8 4WD

Avg. Price: $15,860

The 2008 Ford Explorer Eddie Bauer V8 4WD combines the distinctive Eddie Bauer styling package with the performance provided by a 292-horsepower V8 engine and the capable handling that results from Ford's ControlTrac 4X4 System. With the ControlTrac system, drivers can turn a rotary knob to select high or low four-wheel-drive mode, 4X4 Auto (which transfers power to the appropriate wheels), or two-wheel-drive mode.

Special exterior features for the Eddie Bauer V8 4WD include Pueblo Gold front and rear bumpers, a three-bar chrome grille, and Pueblo Gold trim and wheel-lip moldings, as well as power exterior mirrors.

Inside, the Eddie Bauer package adds special front-row leather-trimmed, low-backed sport bucket seats, which are equipped with power lumbar and recline. The driver's seat adds 10-way power adjustment.

The Eddie Bauer V8 4WD also comes equipped with a leather-trimmed steering wheel, a message center, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and an MP3 input jack for the AM/FM/CD sound system. An AdvanceTrac traction control with Roll Stability Control (RSC), a Safety Canopy system with side airbags, and a tire pressure monitoring system are also part of the package.

Like all 2008 Explorer models, the Eddie Bauer V8 4WD comes outfitted with a new capless fuel filling system (available late in the model year), which opens and closes automatically when drivers insert or extract a fuel pump nozzle. The new capless system provides a tighter seal than a typical gas cap, according to Ford.

Limited

Avg. Price: $16,012

The top-of-the-line Ford Explorer Limited comes equipped for 2008 with such high-end features as heated front leather-trimmed bucket seats with power adjustment, a 50/50 split third-row bench seat, dual-zone electronic air conditioning, power-adjustable pedals with memory, and heated power exterior mirrors.

The Explorer Limited also adds a premium 290-watt Audiophile sound system with a six-disc in-dash CD changer, and a Convenience Group package, which includes automatic headlights, a keyless entry keypad, and a message center compass.

A few minor exterior features distinguish the Limited from the other models in the Explorer stable, including steps bars with chrome accents and chrome roof side rails. The Limited also runs on bigger 18-inch chrome-clad aluminum wheels.

A 210-horsepower, 4.0-liter, single-overhead-cam V6 engine powers the 2008 Explorer Limited. The engine links to a five-speed overdrive automatic transmission. An AdvanceTrac traction control system with Roll Stability Control (RSC) and a new capless fuel filling system (available late in the model year) are also part of the Limited package.

Limited 4WD

Avg. Price: $16,343

The Ford Explorer Limited 4WD comes well-equipped for 2008 with such high-end features as heated front leather-trimmed bucket seats with power adjustment, a 50/50 split third-row bench seat, dual-zone electronic air conditioning, power-adjustable pedals with memory, and heated power exterior mirrors.

As its name suggestions, the Limited 4WD also comes equipped with Ford's ControlTrac 4X4 System. With the ControlTrac system, drivers can turn a rotary knob to select high or low four-wheel-drive mode, 4X4 Auto (which transfers power to the appropriate wheels), or two-wheel-drive mode.

Other features for the 2008 Explorer Limited include a premium 290-watt Audiophile sound system with a six-disc in-dash CD changer, and a Convenience Group package, which includes automatic headlights, a keyless entry keypad, and a message center compass.

A few minor exterior features distinguish the Limited from the other models in the Explorer stable, including steps bars with chrome accents and chrome roof side rails. The Limited also runs on bigger 18-inch chrome-clad aluminum wheels.

A 210-horsepower, 4.0-liter, single-overhead-cam V6 engine powers the 2008 Explorer Limited. The engine links to a five-speed overdrive automatic transmission. An AdvanceTrac traction control system with Roll Stability Control (RSC) and a new capless fuel filling system (available late in the model year) are also part of the Limited package.

Limited V8

Avg. Price: $16,919

The 2008 Ford Explorer Limited V8 combines a long list of high-end features with a more powerful 292-horsepower, 4.6-liter V8 engine with variable cam timing. The engine links to a six-speed automatic transmission.

The Explorer Limited V8 comes equipped with such high-end features as heated front leather-trimmed bucket seats with power adjustment, a 50/50 split third-row bench seat, dual-zone electronic air conditioning, power-adjustable pedals with memory, and heated power exterior mirrors.

Other features include a premium 290-watt Audiophile sound system with a six-disc in-dash CD changer, and a Convenience Group package, which adds automatic headlights, a keyless entry keypad, and a message center compass.

A few minor exterior features distinguish the Limited from the other models in the Explorer stable, including chrome roof side rails and step bars with chrome accents. The Limited also runs on larger 18-inch chrome-clad aluminum wheels.

An AdvanceTrac traction control system with Roll Stability Control (RSC), a tire pressure monitoring system, and a new capless fuel filling system (available late in the model year) are also part of the Limited V8 package.

Limited V8 4WD

Avg. Price: $16,535

The 2008 Ford Explorer Limited V8 4WD combines a long list of upscale features with Ford's ControlTrac 4X4 System, ensuring that drivers and passengers ride safely as well as in comfort. With ControlTrac, drivers can control the 4X4 system by turning a rotary knob to select high or low four-wheel-drive mode, 4X4 Auto (which transfers power to the appropriate wheels), or two-wheel-drive mode.

The Explorer Limited V8 comes equipped with such high-end features as heated front leather-trimmed bucket seats with power adjustment, a 50/50 split third-row bench seat, dual-zone electronic air conditioning, power-adjustable pedals with memory, and heated power exterior mirrors.

Other features include a premium 290-watt Audiophile sound system with a six-disc in-dash CD changer, and a Convenience Group package, which adds automatic headlights, a keyless entry keypad, and a message center compass.

A 292-horsepower, 4.6-liter V8 engine powers the Explorer Limited V8. The engine links to a six-speed automatic transmission.

A few minor exterior features distinguish the Limited from the other models in the Explorer stable, including chrome roof side rails and step bars with chrome accents. The Limited also runs on larger 18-inch chrome-clad aluminum wheels.

An AdvanceTrac traction control system with Roll Stability Control (RSC), a tire pressure monitoring system, and a new capless fuel filling system (available late in the model year) are also part of the Limited V8 package.

XLT

Avg. Price: $12,838

As the entry-level Explorer available for 2008, the XLT comes with a limited list of standard features, but still includes AdvanceTrac traction control with Roll Stability Control (RSC), Ford's Safety Canopy system with side airbags, an MP3 input jack for the AM/FM/CD sound system, and a tire pressure monitoring system.

Other standard features include ffront low-back cloth bucket seats, power windows and door locks, a keyless entry system, Ice Blue dash lighting, and air conditioning.

The Explorer XLT also includes a new capless fuel filling system (available late in the model year), which opens and closes automatically when drivers insert or extract a fuel pump nozzle. The new capless system provides a tighter seal than a typical gas cap, according to Ford.

Power for the 2008 Explorer XLT comes in the form of a 210-horsepower, 4.0-liter, single-overhead-cam V6 engine, which links to a five-speed overdrive automatic transmission. A maintenance-free battery, Class II towing hitch, and 16-inch aluminum wheels are also included in the XLT V6 package.

XLT 4WD

Avg. Price: $13,172

The 2008 Explorer XLT 4WD adds Ford's ControlTrac 4X4 System to the XLT's entry-level list of standard features. ControlTrac gives drivers the ability to control the 4X4 system by turning a rotary knob to select high or low four-wheel-drive mode, 4X4 Auto (which transfers power to the appropriate wheels), or two-wheel-drive mode.

Also helping drivers keep control of the Explorer in difficult driving conditions is an AdvanceTrac traction control system with Roll Stability Control (RSC). An Intelligent Safety System makes adjustments to the airbags, seatbelts, and steering column in an emergency situation, while a Safety Canopy system, which includes side airbags, helps keep passengers safe in the event of an accident.

The Explorer XLT 4WD also comes equipped with such standard features as a tire pressure monitoring system, front low-back bucket seats with two-way adjustable head restraints, power windows and door locks, a keyless entry system, air conditioning, and an MP3 input jack for the AM/FM/CD sound system.

In addition, the 2008 Explorer XLT 4WD includes a new capless fuel filling system (available late in the model year), which opens and closes automatically when drivers insert or extract a fuel pump nozzle. The new capless system provides a tighter seal than a typical gas cap, according to Ford.

A 210-horsepower, 4.0-liter, single-overhead-cam V6 engine provides power for the 2008 Explorer XLT 4WD. The engine links to a five-speed overdrive automatic transmission. A maintenance-free battery, Class II towing hitch, and 16-inch aluminum wheels are also included in the XLT 4WD package.

XLT V8

Avg. Price: $14,657

The 2008 Explorer XLT V8 pumps up the power with a

292-horsepower, 4.6-liter V8 with variable cam timing. The V8 engine links to a six-speed automatic transmission.

The Explorer XLT V8 comes well-equipped with a number of valuable safety features, including an AdvanceTrac traction control system with Roll Stability Control (RSC); a Safety Canopy system, which includes side airbags; and an Intelligent Safety System, which makes adjustments to the airbags, seatbelts, and steering column in an emergency situation.

The Explorer XLT V8 also comes equipped with such standard features as a tire pressure monitoring system, front low-back bucket seats with two-way adjustable head restraints, power windows and door locks, a keyless entry system, air conditioning, and an MP3 input jack for the AM/FM/CD sound system.

In addition, the 2008 Explorer XLT 4WD includes a new capless fuel filling system (available late in the model year), which opens and closes automatically when drivers insert or extract a fuel pump nozzle. The new capless system provides a tighter seal than a typical gas cap, according to Ford.

A maintenance-free battery, Class II towing hitch, and 16-inch aluminum wheels are also included in the 2008 Explorer XLT V8 package.

XLT V8 4WD

Avg. Price: $13,385

As its name suggests, the 2008 Explorer XLT V8 4WD comes equipped with Ford's ControlTrac 4X4 system. Using a rotary knob, drivers can control the 4X4 system by selecting high or low four-wheel-drive mode, 4X4 Auto (which transfers power to the appropriate wheels), or two-wheel-drive mode.

An AdvanceTrac traction control system with Roll Stability Control (RSC) also helps drivers keep control of the Explorer XLT V8 in difficult driving conditions. In addition, an Intelligent Safety System makes adjustments to the airbags, seatbelts, and steering column in an emergency situation, while a Safety Canopy system, which includes side airbags, helps keep passengers safe in the event of an accident.

The Explorer XLT 4WD also comes equipped with such standard features as a tire pressure monitoring system, front low-back bucket seats with two-way adjustable head restraints, power windows and door locks, a keyless entry system, air conditioning, and an MP3 input jack for the AM/FM/CD sound system.

In addition, the 2008 Explorer XLT 4WD includes a new capless fuel filling system (available late in the model year), which opens and closes automatically when drivers insert or extract a fuel pump nozzle. The new capless system provides a tighter seal than a typical gas cap, according to Ford.

A 292-horsepower, 4.6-liter V8 provides power for the Explorer XLT V8. The engine connects to a six-speed automatic transmission. A maintenance-free battery, Class II towing hitch, and 16-inch aluminum wheels are also included in the XLT V8 4WD package.