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Due in part to the Firestone tire debacle in 2000 and after several delays, Fords redesigned Explorer went on sale in February 2001 as a 2002 model. A corporate twin to the Mercury Mountaineer, the newest Explorer takes up where its popular predecessor left off, with some significant impro... Read Full Report
There aren't many nicer driving roads in North America than California's Pacific Coast Highway, also known as Highway One or simply the PCH.Our choice to negotiate the PCH, especially the twisty, mountainous route that snakes north from San Francisco toward Eureka, would be a little convertible or even a sport sedan.Instead, we found ourselves recently tackling this challengin... Read full review for the 2002 Ford Explorer
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Bought a 2002 Explorer Limited 4WD with the 4.0L V6 used in 2010 with 110K miles and now I have 150K miles on it with no problems at all. All I've done is changed the oil every 3K miles, the tires at ... Read Full Review
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