2003 FordExplorer XLT 114 WB 4.0L XLT 4WD

  • VIN: 1FMZU73E33UB99453
  • Stock: 5697A
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    Ford Explorer
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    Detailed Specifications

    • Max seating capacity: 7

    Dealer Notes

    Only 166,193 Miles! Scores 21 Highway MPG and 15 City MPG! This Ford Explorer delivers a Gas/Ethanol V6 4.0L/245 engine powering this Automatic transmission. Warning chimes-inc: headlights-on, key-in-ignition, safety belt, door ajar, Tilt steering column, Speed-sensitive dual intermittent front wipers.

    This Ford Explorer Comes Equipped with These Options
    Speed control w/fingertip control, tap-up/tap-down feature, Solar-tinted glass-inc: windshield, front door glass, Soft release parking brake, Security approach lamps, SecuriLock passive anti-theft system, Retractable cargo area shade, Remote keyless entry-inc: 2 key fobs, 2-stage unlocking, autolock, liftgate glass release, Rear window defroster, Rear variable rate coil springs, Rear child seat tether anchor brackets.

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    Test drive this must-see, must-drive, must-own beauty today at Sunrise Chevrolet, 726 Okoma Dr, Omak, WA 98841.

    KBB.com Consumer Reviews

    Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
    Overall4Out of 5
    • Very Sturdy and reliable

      By Amber on Tuesday, June 11, 2019

      5.0
      Got this car at about 208,000 miles and I am still going strong at 215,000. Make sure to pay attention to your ABS light. Brought mine in and i ended up needing a new master cylinder. Other than that I had to replace one wheel bearing. This car is very reliable when it comes to accidents as well. I had gotten into a pretty bad accident myself in this one and came out unscathed with only some cosmetic damage and a popped tire. The fact that my car is still pushing through at 215k miles truly shows how long this car can last. Keep up with maintenance and it will surely last a long time.
    • BEST VEHICLE EVER

      By Fordman on Thursday, February 04, 2010

      5.0
      2002 w/145000 mi, purchased new: Still has original spark plugs, shocks, exhaust, ball joints; no wheel alignment, no rust, no accidents. Replaced wheel bearings, A/C condensor, rear springs, and 4X4 shift control module - only major repairs. Replaced brakes 2(or 3) times and rear rotors once and 7 yr old battery; 80000 mi on first tires...still going good on second set. Changing oil every 3000mi, religeously. 15mpg city/20-21mpg hwy. COST to DRIVE: $.237/mi BEST VEHICLE EVER
    • Great Buy

      By Dan on Sunday, November 18, 2007

      5.0
      I recently purchased a 2002 Ford Explorer Eddie Bauer with the 4.6 Liter SOHC V8 and Four-Wheel Drive. I can say honestly that I haven't been happier about a vehicle I have bought. I was originally concerned about getting it since it is five years old and had 61,000 miles on it. Well, It now has almost 70,000 on it, has been to the Beach (Literally on it), in mud (Never once got stuck), and has been driven all over town and on the highways. I feel secure, it has pretty decent get-up-and-go, and is sure footed in the corners or under hard braking. I read a lot of car magazines, like Motor Trend, Car & Driver, and Road & Track, and so I did a little of my own testing. With mine being an Eddie Bauer with a V8, I got it to run to 60 in about 8 seconds. The fastest I had it was 110, maybe 112. There is a speed governor, so it tops out right around there. My average MPG in town is around 13, and on the highway I get about 20-21. Not great, but I've driven worse. Off-Road, the suspension travel leaves something to be desired. Numerous times I have encountered un-even terrain and gotten stuck. Well, not stuck, but couldn't go forward without a running start. Two tires come off the ground and even in four low, it won't go. When it has all four down, it seems like it is unstoppable by the elements of nature. I'm sure that I could get it stuck should I try, but I think I'll leave that to the guys that don't care about what they drive. The interior is extreamly comfortable, decently quiet, the stereo is clear and can get pretty loud, there is room for all five people (I have the five passenger model), and the view out is relatively good. One comment I get from alot of people is that fact that the rear windows go all the way down. The adults like that. With the window lock on, the Children have no control of the window and it proves to be very helpful with three to six year olds in the back. Cargo room is abundant, I have yet to use the roof racks cause I can fit everything I need in the back. I would strongly recommend that a person looking for a reliable mid-size sport utility stop by a Ford dealer or used-car lot, or heck, even your neighbors house to take a look at an Explorer. You can go wrong!
    Tax, title, license and dealer fees (unless itemized above) are extra. Not available with special finance or lease offers. Negotiable $150 documentary service fee.

    MPG estimates on this website are EPA estimates; your actual mileage may vary. For used vehicles, MPG estimates are EPA estimates for the vehicle when it was new. The EPA periodically modifies its MPG calculation methodology; all MPG estimates are based on the methodology in effect when the vehicles were new (please see the “Fuel Economy” portion of the EPA’s website for details, including a MPG recalculation tool).

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