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The Ford Explorer Sport is a sport utility vehicle series developed by Ford. It emerged in 1991 as a three-door version of the Explorer, standing 10 inches shorter than its five-door variant, yet almost 13 inches longer than the Bronco II. The Explorer Sport was available in all trims, except for the Limited version, and was positioned between the XL and XLT models. Its unique visual features included black-colored wheel wells and rocker panels. The first-generation Explorer Sport was powered by a 4.0 L OHV Cologne V6 engine, paired with either a 5-speed M5OD-R1 manual or a 4-speed A4LD automatic transmission. The 1993 model year output was 160 hp (119 kW). Its wheelbase measured 102.1 inches, and its dimensions included a length of 174.5 inches, a width of 70.2 inches, and a height of 67.5 inches. The second generation debuted in 1995, and by the 1998 model year, the XL and XLT trims were discontinued, transitioning all three-door models to the Explorer Sport nameplate. After 2001, the Explorer Sport split from the four-door model, retaining the second-generation body, chassis, and front fascia. Production of the Ford Explorer Sport concluded in the 2003 model year, with the last vehicle assembled in July 2003. Despite this, repair services and components, including bumper and kit fittings, remained available.

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