The 2021 model year version of the Ford Explorer sees a host of changes and tweaks with most being small changes but one being a very big introduction of the off-road Timberline trim. The seven-seater is back and more refined than ever, offer up an available hybrid engine, robust tech, and a long list of comfort features. If you're after a new three-row SUV that doesn't skimp on tech, comfort, or power, then the 2021 Ford Explorer is a great model to consider. The 2021 Ford Explorer provides drivers with four engine options and a long list of trim options.

What's new

The new Ford Explorer sees a host of small changes and the addition of a new off-road Timberline trim and King Ranch trim. The Timberline trim takes an off-road angle on things, providing drivers with rugged interior materials, unique exterior styling, and increased performance features. Performance features include all-wheel drive, a special suspension, Torsen limited-slip differential, off-road tires, hill descent control, and steel skid plates. Interior features include unique Timberline badging, Deep Cyprus ActiveX seat material with heathered cloth inserts, heated rear seats, heated front seats, and orange interior stitching.

Additional 2021 Changes

Other changes to the Ford Explorer include a new Platinum Hybrid iteration, a new King Ranch trim, the XLT trim gets heated front seats, the XLT now is available with the Sport appearance package, and the Cargo organizer not come standard with the Platinum. Also included in 2021 updates are some changes to paint choices. The 2021 Ford Explorer also adds an Enthusiast ST trim and offers a rear-wheel drive version of the Platinum trim.

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Want to check out a new Ford Explorer? Browse our latest 2021 Ford Explorer Inventory and then contact our team to setup a test drive.

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