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1995 Ford Explorer Review
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vs1998 Dodge Durango
1995 Ford Explorer winning categories:
  • Power
  • Handling
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  • Front Seats
  • Back Seats
  • Cargo Capacity
  • Family Car
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Would Buy Ranked 1998 Dodge Durango better.
"I jus recently bought a used 95explorer,its the first cargo van Ive ever owned.i havent had it long enough to rate it yet !"
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1995 Ford Explorer 4 Dr Eddie Bauer SUVReview
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P.o.s Winter Beater — At first I really liked driving it, but then the brakes went out, the tranny went out, the eletric window motors went out, the radio sounded fuzzy. Bought it for 600 and made it 3 months before the motor blew out and i let it go to the scrap yard.

Pros: Nice overall ride high, people didnt seem to cut you off as much.

Cons: Lots of blind spots. And its a Ford. That doesnt have the name Mustang on the side.

3 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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1995 Ford Explorer 2 Dr Sport 4WD SUVReview
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Nice — its an ok truck needs more power for a 4.o tho its pretty sleeek in my eyes really like the rims forr bein stock but i really think it sits too low for a 4x4 truck deff needs to sit higher from factory

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: ok truck for daily drive

Cons: brakes

3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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1995 Ford Explorer 4 Dr Eddie Bauer 4WD SUVReview
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This Car Does It All — The performance: for this suv is amazing its acceleriation could be better but its still a truck. The build quality: This suv is built very well! The appearance of this suv is ok u do get ur moneys worth out of this car

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: this car has amazing performace and it runs for ever

Cons: it has slow acceleration

5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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1995 Ford Explorer 2 Dr Sport 4WD SUVReview
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Another Nice Make By Ford. —

This is a great truck. I bought mine in the picture for $995 and it was a steal, especially when 4x4 aren't cheap. It handles really nice and actually has the shortest turn radius that I've ever experienced, and that is really nice. Can turn on a dime. It's a smooth ride for the most part and it has a strong build. It's a little slow on acceleration if you hold the pedal steady going up a big hill, but floor it and it'll go anywhere. It brakes really well, too and have no trouble with that. I've had to fix the power steering because there was a leak where the metal corroded, but that wasn't a big deal. Almost all V-6 motors made by Ford like this one have a small leak in the engine, but you will never notice or have a problem with it the whole time that the truck is alive. The dashboard is a little squeaky on chatter bumps, but I have no idea what mine went through before I got it, so it really depends. I think that the Sport is a very attractive. I like a lot more than the four door Explorers. It's short enough that you won't bottom out or hit your bumpers on the ground as easily when going over big bumps or ditches. They do get a little rusty, or at least the ones in Michigan do, but that is because of our harsh winters. Mine is only rusty on the rocker panels and a spot on the tailgate. The inside is very nice. The back seats fold down and is level with the back cargo space, and you could easily fit a full size mattress in there with the back seats down. The steering wheel is a little in your face if you have short legs like me, but other than that it is roomy. Gas mileage can get costly. I get about 15 mpg, but in the winter I get less because of letting the car warm up. With gas prices at $2.60 like now, I probably fill it up for about $45 and I get about 250 miles on a tank. That is the biggest con, I think. This truck is very fun to drive and with a nice set of tires, it will take you anywhere. My boyfriend's dad hates Fords and took mine for a spin the other day (and there's 3 feet of snow on the ground at the moment) and he was ecstatic at the fact that it gets around better in 2WD than his S10 does in 4WD, so it's amazing in 4WD, too, obviously.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Powerful, fun, attractive, roomy, etc.

Cons: Gas mileage.

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1995 Ford Explorer 2 Dr Sport 4WD SUVReview
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Ford Explorer — Performance – goes over a hundred handling- is fine, never had any trouble with it Build Quality – good,i guess falls apart, shakes around 70 but stops shaking around 75. Appearance – forest green lol Cost of Ownership - lets just say ive paid more to repair the car then it cost to buy new. Fun Factor – good times

Pros: manual transmission

Cons: falls apart

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Bucket Of Bolts — Great in the Snow other than that though. Gas Guzzler 17-19 mpg. Maintenance can be a constant annoyance. Apperance its ugly witha huge scratch on one side. Inside its ok when all clean. Brakes new, acceleration good, excellent handling.

Pros: Good performance

Cons: Appearance and Costs of Ownership

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1995 Ford Explorer 4 Dr XLT 4WD SUVReview
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Ford Really Sucks — My car eats way too much gas and repairs are expensive on an SUV especially this one, the transmission has already needed replacing, I would not buy this car ever again. Top heavy car, doesn't corner well at all. U-turns need to be taken carefully. The only plus is that because of its size and solid frame I should fair well in a crash. Just another shoddy product of ford.

Pros: If I hit another car I would be sure to come away uninjured

Cons: It sucks, and nothing about the car is cheap

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1995 Ford Explorer 4 Dr Eddie Bauer 4WD SUVReview
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Nice Size, Feel Secure Driving Him! Lol — i love all the luxury of my "truck", all the gizmos and gadgets, tells me when to add gas and oil... kids love the back climate control... i love the power everything and leather seats, come in handy after taking the kids and dogs to the lake or camping. Only thing i hate... is the rusting under the running boards!

Pros: lots of great options

Cons: rust

3 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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1995 Ford Explorer 4 Dr Eddie Bauer 4WD SUVReview
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This Truck Makes For A Great Winter Beater. Better Than Elvis Stojko On Ice. — This is the truck all mini trucks should be modeled after

Pros: 4wd traction control, automatic climate control, power everything, digital readouts, well placed user input controls.

Cons: Leather seats, light suspention, weak frame, V-6 4.0L

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2014 Ford Explorer Reviews

Number 1 Suv By jrl559

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2013 Ford Explorer Reviews

Super All-around Suv! By Kpecot

Great family SUV. Lots of cargo room and passenger comforts. Love the leather, roof rack and 4WD upgrades as well as SYNC and Bluetooth features. Drives nice, solid handling. Liked it so much, getting... Read More

Super Suv! By Kpecot

Loved this SUV. In fact, I'm getting another one (2014 or 2015)! Preferred to drive it over our second car, which is a sporty and fun-to-drive 300Z. Leather and 4WD a big plus but not "must haves". Li... Read More

2012 Ford Explorer Reviews

The Ultimate Snowboarding Assault Vehicle By cargurusLV

What's the point of getting an SUV with 5-seats? That's just an oversized car that eats up more gas. That's why I got the Explorer. It has 7-seats and luxuriously appointed with a great tech convenien... Read More

Feels Good, Looks Good. By mikepetrey

Like the appearance and performance. Smooth riding SUV with all the luxuries. The air conditioning is very cold, the heat is very warm. All power features have always worked with no problems whatso... Read More

2011 Ford Explorer Reviews

Sporty By Melissa

The room for my whole family in a reliable car. You will always get compliments on the ride and the look of the car. The convenience of the remote start is wonderful on hot and cold days! We love thi... Read More

Good Vehicle. By Ken

Could use a little more power. The 3.5L V6 is just not quite enough. However, I'm sure my mileage is much better than if it had a V8, so I'm not really complaining all that much. Otherwise, a very nic... Read More

2010 Ford Explorer Reviews

Great Dependable Suv With All The Creature Comforts You Need. By SS131

What I love about this car is that it has the power third row seating which makes it very easy to accommodate more passengers with the touch of a button.Beautiful interior color combo and the Ford syn... Read More

Lots Of Toys On The Limited Awd By goldy

Accelerator responsiveness with the 6 speed transmission and the v8 is lousy. The 6 speed wants to be in 2nd when starting and shifts very quickly to 6th even when going only 30mph.6 speed is only goo... Read More

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