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About Ford Explorer

Better than a van, the Ford Explorer was the trend setter for a new kind of SUV that delivered versatility, comfort, affordability, and style for the average consumer. One of the best choices for a family-oriented SUV, Explorer car parts are designed for optimal fuel economy. Explorer body parts used to be built body-on-frame, but switched to an unibody architecture in 2011 for better space efficiency and handling. In 2002, the Explorer was completely redesigned to have rounded wheel sockets, larger back lights, and a more rounded appearance in general. The 2004 model saw the addition of Ford's Roll Stability Control system as a standard part.