Ready for a nice looking ride with presence and, most importantly, performance? The 2010 Ford Explorer XLT delivers in a huge way. It’s a show-stopping SUV that can handle anything you throw at it, whether you’re cruising down a sleepy Seattle street or tearing up a back trail outside Renton.
At the heart of the 2010 Explorer XLT is a 4.0L V6. This motor impresses with 210 horses at 5,100 RPM as well as 254-lb.-ft. torque coming in at 3,700 RPM. The EPA estimates you’ll receive 20 miles per gallon (MPG) on the highway, too. And this automobile is exceptionally capable, able to tow a maximum total of 3,500 pounds. This will ensure that you’re ready for any kind of excursion with the family that you can possibly cook up.
Ford’s commitment to safety on this vehicle also goes beyond simple anti-lock brakes (ABS). For example, there’s the Detroit manufacturer’s AdvanceTrac with Roll Stability Control. It works to maintain a grip on the road and mitigate wheel spin by using the onboard computer to intelligently sense how your tires are performing minute-to-minute, second-to-second. If slippage is detected, selective braking is automatically employed.