The latest model year of the Ford Explorer provides drivers with an ample selection of tech and comfort features along with two new trim levels. The Timberline trim slots in as an off-road version of the Ford Explorer while the King Ranch fits in as a unique comfy and near-luxury model. If you're in the market for a three-row SUV that covers all the modern needs and much more, then the 2021 Ford Explorer is a must consider.

Ford Explorer Timberline

The Timberline trim comes with all the fixings to provide drivers with off-road versatility. The all-new Timberline trim includes steel skid plates, a brawny engine, a unique suspension, all-terrain tires, all-wheel drive, torsen limited-slip differential, and hill descent control. The Timberline doesn’t leave the interior alone, though. The new off-road trim rounds things out by adding in special ActiveX seating material, heated front seats/heated rear seats, orange stitching, and Timberline logos. Additionally, the Timberline includes a heated, leather-wrapped steering wheel.

Ford Explorer King Ranch

The King Ranch takes a comfort angle on things, providing drivers with unique leather Mesa Del Rio leather seats, a leather armrest, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a leather-stitched instrument panel. Other features that come with the King Ranch include a unique Stone Gray mesh grille insert, 20-inch wheels, King Ranch exterior badging, and chromed quad exhaust tips. The King Ranch packs plenty of power under the hood thanks to a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V6 engine that makes 365 horsepower and 380 pound-feet of torque.

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