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''Marque:'' [[Ford]] | ''Model:'' [[Ford Explorer]] | ''Predecessor:'' [[Ford Explorer (UN46)]] | ''Successor:'' [[Ford Explorer (U152)]]
 
''Marque:'' [[Ford]] | ''Model:'' [[Ford Explorer]] | ''Predecessor:'' [[Ford Explorer (UN46)]] | ''Successor:'' [[Ford Explorer (U152)]]
  
''q.v.'' [[Ford Explorer Sport Trac]]
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''q.v.'' [[Ford Explorer Sport Trac (UN150)]]

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Ford Explorer (UN105). 1995–2003 (prod. n/a). 3- and 5-door SUV. F/R, F/A, 3996 cm³ (V6 OHV), 3996 cm³ (V6 OHC), 4942 cm³ (V8 OHV). New exterior design but similar formula underneath. Spacious and generally comfortable, if ride somewhat harsh and wallowy; a top selling model for Ford, beating out its competition from Jeep and GM. Control-Trac four-wheel drive could send power to front wheels if the system sensed the rear wheels slipping, and could be left on full-time for off-roading. Dual airbags from the start, in 1995. V8 for 1996. SOHC V6 added 1997. Front side airbags and reversing sensors for 1999. Revised two-door called Explorer Sport for 2001, the same year the five-door was replaced by the next-generation Explorer. Sport continued to the end of the run.


Manufacturing locations: Louisville, Kentucky, USA; St Louis, Missouri, USA

Marque: Ford | Model: Ford Explorer | Predecessor: Ford Explorer (UN46) | Successor: Ford Explorer (U152)

q.v. Ford Explorer Sport Trac (UN150)







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