What is the Blue Book value of a 1996 Ford Explorer?

What is the Blue Book value of a 1996 Ford Explorer?

1996 Ford Explorer Value – $268-$2,299 | Edmunds.

How much is a 1996 Ford Explorer?

Explorer Trims

Sport Utility Original MSRP / Price Drive
Explorer 4dr 112′ WB XL $21,170 / N/A RWD / AWD4WD
Explorer 4dr 112′ WB XL 4WD $23,090 / N/A RWD / AWD4WD
Explorer 4dr 112′ WB XLT $23,905 / N/A RWD / AWD4WD
Explorer 4dr 112′ WB XLT 4WD $25,910 / N/A AWD4WD

When did the Ford Explorer sport come out?


What is the high end Ford Explorer?

Ford Explorer Platinum The top-of-the-line Platinum edition starts at around $59,000. It has a 365-horsepower version of the same engine that’s in the ST trim. The Platinum comes with upgraded interior materials and a twin-panel moonroof.

What is the difference between 2020 and 2021 Explorer?

Ford redesigned its Explorer SUV for 2020, and the family hauler now rides a rear-wheel-drive platform (all-wheel drive is optional) instead of the front-drive platforms ubiquitous in this class. For 2021, the three-row SUV gets some minor changes, most notably equipment and packaging tweaks, along with lower prices.

Are Ford Explorers reliable?

The Ford Explorer Reliability Rating is 3.5 out of 5.0, which ranks it 19th out of 26 for midsize SUVs. The average annual repair cost is $732 which means it has average ownership costs. The severity of repairs is average and the frequency of those issues is low, so major repairs are uncommon for the Explorer.

Can I buy a Ford Explorer Police Interceptor?

For comparison, a regular Explorer will cost about $32,000, which means that the cop version will be about $10,000 more expensive. With that being said, just like any other car, it’s also possible to buy a used Police Interceptor Utility.

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