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DRIVE WITH CONFIDENCE

A better belt.


The world’s first automotive production inflatable rear outboard (2nd row) safety belts are available in most Explorer models. The inflated safety belt helps distribute crash-force energy across more of the occupant's torso than a traditional safety belt, which helps reduce the risk of injury while providing support to the head and neck. These belts are compatible with child-safety seats.

DRIVE WITH CONFIDENCE

A better belt.


The world’s first automotive production inflatable rear outboard (2nd row) safety belts are available in most Explorer models. The inflated safety belt helps distribute crash-force energy across more of the occupant's torso than a traditional safety belt, which helps reduce the risk of injury while providing support to the head and neck. These belts are compatible with child-safety seats.

A better belt.

Stay in control…


Standard AdvanceTrac® with Roll Stability Control™ (RSC®) helps you maintain control whenever it detects wheel slip, understeer, oversteer or roll motion. It also helps maintain control on adverse road conditions such gravel or rain.

Stay in control…


Standard AdvanceTrac® with Roll Stability Control™ (RSC®) helps you maintain control whenever it detects wheel slip, understeer, oversteer or roll motion. It also helps maintain control on adverse road conditions such gravel or rain.

Stay in control

...even on the curves.


Curve Control can slow Explorer by as much as 16 kph in about one second when it senses you’re going too fast for a particular curve. It uses both throttle reduction and four-wheel braking and is active at all times, functioning on dry and wet pavement. It is standard in all Explorer models. Explorer Curve Control 1  , Explorer Curve Control 2 

...even on the curves.


Curve Control can slow Explorer by as much as 16 kph in about one second when it senses you’re going too fast for a particular curve. It uses both throttle reduction and four-wheel braking and is active at all times, functioning on dry and wet pavement. It is standard in all Explorer models. Explorer Curve Control 1  , Explorer Curve Control 2 

even on the curves.

Safety for your children.


The LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children) system in Explorer makes securing a child seat easy and can help keep your child safe in case of an accident. It is standard on all Explorer models.

Safety for your children.


The LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children) system in Explorer makes securing a child seat easy and can help keep your child safe in case of an accident. It is standard on all Explorer models.

Safety for your children.

Even better braking.


The Anti-Lock Brake System in Explorer has been made even better with the addition of standard Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD) and Emergency Brake Assist (EBA). EBD balances braking force between front and rear, as needed, for more effective braking. EBA interprets a driver’s braking behavior and automatically initiates full braking faster than a driver ever could. Two more examples of Ford going further for you.

Even better braking.


The Anti-Lock Brake System in Explorer has been made even better with the addition of standard Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD) and Emergency Brake Assist (EBA). EBD balances braking force between front and rear, as needed, for more effective braking. EBA interprets a driver’s braking behavior and automatically initiates full braking faster than a driver ever could. Two more examples of Ford going further for you.

Even better braking.

A canopy of protection.


The standard Safety Canopy® System combines side-curtain airbags and a rollover sensor to help provide head and chest protection for outboard 1st-, 2nd- and 3rd-row passengers in certain side-impact and rollover accidents. Unlike traditional airbags, the safety canopy remains inflated for up to several seconds to reduce the risk of occupant ejection. Another important feature is roll-fold technology: If an occupant’s head is resting against a window, the airbag is designed to slide between the glass and the occupant as it inflates. Explorer Canopy 1 , Explorer Canopy 2

A canopy of protection.


The standard Safety Canopy® System combines side-curtain airbags and a rollover sensor to help provide head and chest protection for outboard 1st-, 2nd- and 3rd-row passengers in certain side-impact and rollover accidents. Unlike traditional airbags, the safety canopy remains inflated for up to several seconds to reduce the risk of occupant ejection. Another important feature is roll-fold technology: If an occupant’s head is resting against a window, the airbag is designed to slide between the glass and the occupant as it inflates. Explorer Canopy 1 , Explorer Canopy 2