2017 Ford Explorer XLT in Fond du Lac WI

The 2017 Ford Explorer is the perfect SUV for those who want a good balance between high capabilities and a fuel efficient ride. The list of pros for the 2017 Explorer doesn’t stop here, though. The Explorer offers a wide variety of trims available, but one that we would like to focus on is the 2017 Ford Explorer XLT in Fond du Lac WI.

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The 2017 Ford Explorer XLT is the next step up above the base trim on the Explorer, and it’s one that many people find themselves choosing. It’s affordably priced, comes with all of the basic features of the Explorer, and has many highly desirable additions, such as an Intelligent Access with Push-Button Start and LED Signature Lightings.

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One thing that we especially like about the 2017 Explorer XLT is the ability to pick and choose the feature you would like to add on. Do you think you’d like the increased fuel efficiency of the 2.3L I-4 EcoBoost over the standard 3.5L V6 engine? The XLT lets you easily upgrade! Would you rather replace the standard Ford SYNC system with the new SYNC 3 -- which offers compatibility with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto? No problem.

Many choose the 2017 Explorer XLT for its increased seating and space, as well as the ability to tow up to 5,000 pounds when properly equipped. The Explorer XLT is perfect for those looking to carry seven total passengers in comfort with a max 152 cu.ft. of passenger volume. You can even swap out the second row 60/40 bench for a set of two bucket seats for a roomier interior for six instead of seven. Need to do a mix of people and cargo? Not a problem. The second and third row can fold flat for up to 81.7 cu.ft. of cargo room.

Ready to see if the 2017 Ford Explorer XLT is the right trim for you? You can stop by Holiday Ford in Fond du Lac and our helpful staff will give you the complete tour on what the 2017 Ford Explorer can all offer you!

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