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    Dealer not responsible for typographical errors or omissions. Didn't provide enough information. Even without those systems, Ford strengthened the Explorer's tech hand for thanks to the addition of an enhanced active park-assist system that now offers both perpendicular- and parallel-parking assist, not to mention park-out assist to help drivers safely exit parallel-parking spots. Didn't apply to my vehicle. Three-row crossover SUVs rarely get my pulse racing in terms of their performance or styling, but driving verve and sexy sheet metal aren't exactly their primary missions.

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    The Good The Explorer's optional 2. The updated interior is quiet and comfortable making it well suited for long trips with plenty of creature comforts. Adaptive cruise control performs well. The Bad The EcoBoost four-cylinder can sound coarse when worked hard. Wide, lower A-pillars obstruct the view out. While fairly priced, the Explorer get costly with its many options.

    The Bottom Line The updated Explorer remains a top contender among three-row crossover SUVs, even with newer competitors joining the fray. Families will find all the space, thoughtful placement of numerous USB and power outlets, and neat features like the hands-free liftgate to come in handy. Ford says it sold more than 7 million Explorers worldwide since the model first launched back in That doesn't seem like a stretch -- I think everyone knows someone who's owned one of these at some point.

    More recently, since the Explorer ditched its body-on-frame foundation for a more compliant unibody platform in its fifth generation, it's become a fixture on US roads all over again, often with kids' soccer teams inside or stick-figure family decals on the windows. Like its Nissan Pathfinder rival, the Explorer found new life by updating its SUV roots, transitioning to unibody crossover underpinnings, a move that showed Ford was smartly prioritizing urban exploring over off-road excursions.

    Improved ride comfort, a spacious three-row cabin, plenty of tech features and more fuel-efficient engine options added some much-needed shine to the Explorer nameplate back in The move worked, jumpstarting sales long after the fourth-generation model's showroom fortunes had gone cold.

    So, how best to test a Explorer Limited, which just received a mid-cycle update? Shuttle a group of rambunctious kids around town? Load it up with a bunch of flat-packed particleboard from Ikea? Go shopping at the bulk warehouse club and buy enough frozen food to last me until ?

    All good ideas, but previous experience suggests this vehicle does quite well in those situations. Instead, I decided to see how the new generation did as a "Bourbon Explorer," taking a road trip from Detroit down South to tour the whiskey distilleries of Kentucky and Tennessee.

    Don't worry, I drove responsibly! With many miles to cover over lots of rolling terrain, power and fuel economy were real concerns. It replaces Ford's 2-liter EcoBoost mill, and brings with it an additional 40 horsepower and 40 pound-feet of torque, for a total of hp and pound-feet.

    Two other engines are available. All engines come mated to a conventional six-speed automatic transmission. My turbo four-cylinder was up to the task of motivating this 4,pound barge along on the flat expressways through Ohio, where it turned in an average of 23 mpg. I have no doubt that number would be closer to the 26 mpg EPA estimate, if only I had taken it a little easier. On city streets, the Explorer motored away from stops briskly with no discernible turbo lag and sufficient power, and the transmission performed well-timed and seamless gear changes.

    The Explorer's city EPA rating is admittedly less impressive, just 18 mpg. It wasn't until I was further south in Tennessee, tackling the hills, that the little engine began to struggle.

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