Crossover Ford Explorer in the XLT version received a new “sports” performance

Crossover Ford Explorer in the XLT version received a new “sports” performance

February 4, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

For the American full-size crossover of the 2021 model year, a sports package is now available. The start of sales is scheduled for this summer.

Ford has another update for the Explorer crossover, which will be available later this year, this time for the XLT. This is a new “package” of styling, which adds the appearance of the model more sports features. Do not think that in the new version, the crossover will receive more power – no, only a more sporty appearance.
   
Those who need a more powerful version of Explorer crossover will need to save more money and buy the ST version. By the way, according to Ford representatives, Explorer ST accounts for 20 percent of all Explorer 2021 model year sales.

 As for the new “package” of appearance, Explorer XLT will obviously get a new set of 20-inch wheels. These wheels will have a gray tint, which is well combined with the gray color of the false radiator grille. Also, customers will be offered protective plates, a special inscription on the hood, as well as double chrome exhaust pipes. The interior will feature two-tone seats with accent stitching, as well as a new finish for the center console and door panels.

  “Our sporty look package offers a new dimension in style for Explorer XLT crossover owners,” said Ford Explorer marketing manager Craig Patterson. “This version of the full-sized crossover has always been a favorite among our young customers who need a more vibrant design.”

 Speaking of young customers, Ford is keen to say that 18 percent of Explorer’s new customers are from 18 to 35 years old. It is worth noting that crossover sales fell 26 percent last year.

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