2022 Ford Explorer priced in the Philippines

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Ford Philippines has announced its newest addition to its SUV portfolio, the 2022 Ford Explorer. It offers the all-new Explorer Limited 4WD variant in the country.

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The 2022 Ford Explorer is powered by a 2.3L EcoBoost engine with Auto Start-Stop Technology, capable of generating 304PS and 420NM of torque. It is also paired with a 10-Speed Automatic Transmission for smoother and more fuel-efficient drives.  It also comes with Intelligent 4WD with Terrain Management System with Seven Selectable Drive Modes – Deep Sand, Eco, Normal, Sport, Tow Haul, Trail, and Slippery.

Exterior highlights include the Bright Silver-painted Mesh Grille with Chrome Bars, Silver-Painted Front, and Rear Skid Plate Elements, Body-color Door Handles with Chrome Inserts, Satin Roof-Rack Side Rails, and Chrome Dual-exhaust Tips. Headlamps, Front Fog Lamps, and Taillamps are all in LED. It also comes with 20″ polished aluminum wheels.

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However, its interior comes with a combination of Ebony Colored Trims and Light Slate Colored Uppers, Illuminated Entry System, and Multi-color Ambient Lighting. The highlight of the interior is the all-new Explorer’s Twin Panel Moonroof.

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Moreover, it also boasts Leather Seating Surfaces with unique Accent Stitching. Front row seats are heated and ventilated with a 10-way power driver seat with memory and an 8-way power passenger seat. Second-row seats are heated with a 35/30/35 Bench configuration with an E-Z Entry mechanism for easy access to 3rd row. Third-row seats come standard with a 50/50 PowerFold function.

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For smart features, it is equipped with SYNC 3, 8-inch Capacitive Touchscreen with Swipe Capability, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto Compatibility, Sound System by Bang & Olufsen with 12-Speakers, Smart-Charging Multimedia USB Ports, Wireless Charging Pad for mobile devices, 6.5-inch Color LCD Cluster Screen, and 230V Power Outlet.

Further, the all-new Explorer is equipped with Remote Start System, Intelligent Access with Push-button Start, Tri-zone Electronic Automatic Temperature Control with Auxiliary Rear Controls, Steering Wheel and Column comes with Heated, Leather-wrapped with Power Tilt and Telescoping Functions, second-row Sunblinds, and Hands-free
Foot-activated Liftgate.

For advanced safety, the all-new Explorer features Ford Co-Pilot360, Ford’s suite of safety technologies which includes 360-Degree Camera, Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) with Pedestrian Detection, Forward Collision Warning and Dynamic, Brake Support, Auto High-Beam Headlamps, BLIS (Blind Spot Information System) with Cross-Traffic Alert, Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop-and-Go and Lane Centering, Evasive Steering Assist, and Lane-Keeping System. Other advanced safety features include Post-Collision Braking, Reverse Brake Assist, Hill Descent Control, and Hill Start Assist.

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The all-new Explorer Limited variant will be available in Ford dealerships nationwide starting December 21, 2021, at a starting retail price of PHP 2,998,000. It comes in eight color options, including Agate Black Metallic, Iconic Silver Metallic, Stone Gray, Oxford White, Rapid Red Metallic, Atlas Blue Metallic, Carbonized Gray Metallic, and Star White Metallic (additional PHP 15,000).

You may visit the official Ford Philippines website for more information.

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