High-Performance Ford Explorer Sport to Deliver Class-Leading Fuel Economy

Ford is always on a quest to created class-leading vehicles. They have done it again with the 2013 Ford Explorer Sport high-performance SUV. It is certified at 365 horsepower and with a class-leading EPA-rated fuel economy of 16 city and 22 highway MPG. That’s 3 mpg better in the city and 2 MPG better on the highway than both the Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge Durango R/T with 5.7-liter Hemi engines.

“Explorer Sport hits a sweet-spot combination of power, usable torque, 4WD capability, with class-leading fuel efficiency,” according to Bill Gubing, the chief engineer for Explorer, Taurus and Police Interceptor vehicles. “The Explorer Sport EcoBoost engine matches Taurus SHO for output and the Terrain Management System has been specifically calibrated to optimize increased power – regardless of the road or conditions.”

On the Road
The Ford Explorer Sport’s standard Terrain Management System™ has been specifically calibrated to optimize increased EcoBoost® power.

All in Style
The Explorer Sport features an interior inspired by designer fashion accessories, sporty exterior cues and 20-inch high-performance tires and wheels.

Check out this video to see the 2013 Ford Explorer Sport in

For information about the Explorer or any new Ford vehicle, stop by Planet Ford in Spring (serving The Woodlands and the Greater Houston area). We are just a short drive down I-45. Shop online anytime at www.PlanetFord.com.

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