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2021 Ford Explorer Adds a New Outdoorsy Version

The 2021 Ford Explorer Timberline slots between the XLT and Limited trim levels in the model lineup. This new version will be available at U.S. dealers this summer priced at $47,010.

The all-wheel-drive-only, off-road capable Explorer Timberline stands out with a suspension raised by 0.8 inches, a Torsen limited-slip rear differential, Bridgestone Dueler all-terrain tires, retuned springs, upgraded shocks.

The Ford Explorer Timberline comes only with a  2.3-liter inline turbo-four engine that delivers 300 hp and 310 lb-ft of torque.

The exterior features 18-inch wheel, a new Forged Green color, a new grille, red tow hooks, front and rear skid plates.

‘Goodies’ inside include stone mesh dashboard trim, cloth inserts, mountain range-shaped logos, seats/steering wheel heating.

For this version, Ford offers a towing package as standard with a towing capacity of 5300 lbs. An array of accessories – roof rack crossbars, mats, etc. – will be available for the Explorer Timberline.

The 2021 Ford Explorer pricing ranges between $32,225-54,480. Speaking about the SUV’s advantages, reviewers usually note its good cargo capacity, comfortable ride, powerful engines, and good gas mileage. Moreover, it boasts a long list of standard features including active safety techs and an intuitive infotainment system. As for the Explorer’s interior quality, it doesn’t match that of many rivals.

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