Ford built this automobile around convenience. The experience is designed to cater to the driver, with an auto-dimming rearview mirror that automatically adjusts itself to compensate for other vehicles’ headlights, thereby reducing glare. Your front seat is both 10-way power adjustable and heated, meaning you’re set up well for long trips. Additional comfort is afforded by the lumbar support, too!
Of course, we mentioned utility earlier, and this SUV certainly delivers in that respect. The 2009 Explorer Eddie Bauer offers a 50-50 split-bench arrangement. In practice, this means you’re equipped to handle any situation that involves hauling cargo, whether that’s a trip to the lumber yard or a mad dash to the airport. Pressing a single button electronically folds down the back row of seats, creating a massive total of 85.8 cubic feet of room.