Tuesday, 21 August 2012

FORD EXPLORER SPORT REVIEW & SPECIFICATIONS

FORD EXPLORER SPORT REVIEW/SPECIFICATIONS


Ford Explorer SUV


Ford, a well known Vehicle company, will soon release its SUV Car named FORD EXPLORER SPORT by 2013. This car will be a 7 seater and a spacious one too. It will be announced as a Sporting one in case of Market Segment. It will be using GAS as a means of fuel. With an engine type of 3.5L V6 and a power of 350 hp @ 5500 rpm this car is set out to hit the market. Its design is also very charming and beautiful. How can one miss out its Transmission, which is a 6-speed Automated Manual one. Since this Ford Explorer Sport is recent in the market, thus we don’t have enough reviews to share with you all.

KEY COMPETITORS TO FORD EXPLORER SPORT

While there are numerous three-row crossovers that can compete with the Explorer Sport on the basis of power, the only model with a similar price is the Hemi-equipped Dodge Durango. Others, like the Mercedes-Benz GL-Class, are far more expensive, while those closer in price, such as fully-loaded examples of the Honda Pilot and Toyota 4Runner, feature motors with significantly less grunt.


FORD EXPLORER SPORT SPECIFICATIONS

Ford Explorer Properties


EXTERIOR


Length: 197.1 in.

Width: 90.2 in.

Height: 71.0 in.

Wheelbase: 112.6 in.

Ground Clearance: 7.6 in.

Front Track: 67.0 in.

Rear Track: 67.0 in.

Weight Distribution: TBD

Drag Coefficient: TBD



GENERAL

Body Style: SUV
Size: Fullsize
Market Segment: Sports
Height: 4534 lbs


EXTERIOR


Length: 197.1 in.

Width: 90.2 in.

Height: 71 in.

Wheelbase: 112.6 in.

Ground Clearance: 7.6 in.

Front Track: 67.0 in.

Rear Track: 67.0 in.

Weight Distribution: TBD

Drag Coefficient: TBD

Ford Explorer Sport Interior


INTERIOR - GENERAL

Seats: 7
Passenger Volume: 151.7 cu. ft.
Cargo Volume: 21 cu. ft.
Cargo Volume (Seats Folded): 80.7 cu. ft.

INTERIOR - FRONT ROW

Volume: TBD
Leg Room: 40.6 in.
Head Room: 41.4 in.
Shoulder Room: 61.3 in.
Hip Room: 57.3 in.

INTERIOR - SECOND ROW

Volume: TBD
Leg Room: 39.8 in.
Head Room: 40.5 in.
Shoulder Room: 61 in.
Hip Room: 56.7 in.

INTERIOR - THIRD ROW

Leg Room: 33.2 in.
Head Room: 37.8 in.
Shoulder Room: 50.8 in.
Hip Room: 40.7 in.
Ford Explorer 3-seat-rows

PROPULSION

Fuel Type: Gas
Engine Type: 3.5L V6
Power: 350 hp @ 5500 rpm
Torque: 350 lb-ft @ 1500-5000 rpm
Transmission: 6-Speed Automated Manual
Highway Fuel Economy: 22 mpg
City Fuel Economy: 16 mpg
Forced Induction: Turbocharger
Direct Injection: Yes

CHASSIS

Layout: All Wheel Drive
Front Suspension: Strut-Type
Rear Suspension: Multi-Link

WHEELS

Front: 20" Aluminum
Front Tires: P255/50R20
Rear: 20" Aluminum
Rear Tires: P255/50R20

TRAILERING & HAULING

Trailer Weight: TBD
Payload: TBD
Tongue Weight: TBD

So this wall about Ford Explorer Sport SUV car. Hope you like this post and would like to comment and share. So feel free to comment and Share.


Ford Explorer Sport SUV

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