New Ford Explorer Just Got More Expensive

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New Ford Explorer Just Got More Expensive
New Ford Explorer Just Got More Expensive

Last August, the Ford Explorer 2022 model was unveiled, with a few important changes and the addition of a rear-wheel-drive ST option. The entire range was given a minor price increase with this launch and revisions, but just a few months later, the corporation is hiking the price for all trims.

Given that the last price hike came in November, this would be the Explorer’s second set of price hikes in three months, with models experiencing increases ranging from $175 to $1,070 depending on trim. These four options have been kept unaltered because the rear-wheel-drive ST-Line, ST, and Platinum Hybrid, as well as the all-wheel-drive ST, are new to the range.

New Ford Explorer Just Got More Expensive

The rear-wheel-drive Limited Hybrid will cost $50,280, while the all-wheel-drive Limited Hybrid will cost $52,280. The Timberline range is next, with a quoted price of $46,245 after a $230 price increase. If you want to get behind the wheel of a Limited model without the hybrid system, expect to pay $240 extra, with prices starting at $45,495 for rear-wheel drive and $47,495 for all-wheel drive.

The Ford Explorer ST will now cost $245 extra in all-wheel-drive form, with a confirmed price of $49,245. Surprisingly, the base model sees a more significant hike of $320 in both drivetrains. The rear-wheel-drive option costs $33,245 while the all-wheel-drive variant costs $35,245. The all-wheel-drive Platinum Hybrid now costs $54,115, up $780 from the previous model.

The King Ranch and Platinum options see a notable increase of $1,010 for both rear- and all-wheel drive states leading to price tags that range from $53,610 to $55,740. The biggest increase, however, is accredited to the XLT. This gets a whopping $1,070 premium, and is now priced at $36,145 for the rear-wheel-drive and $38,145 for the all-wheel-drive model.

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It’s also worth noting that these costs exclude Ford’s $1,245 destination and delivery fee, which remains unchanged. Furthermore, we are informed that the Ford Explorer lineup has undergone some minor adjustments. The auto stop-start capability is now available as an option on Base, XLT, Timberline, and Limited models. Paddle shifters are currently only available on Timberline and ST variants, while the second-row centre floor console is no longer available.

New Ford Explorer Just Got More Expensive
New Ford Explorer Just Got More Expensive
New Ford Explorer Just Got More Expensive
New Ford Explorer Just Got More Expensive
New Ford Explorer Just Got More Expensive

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