Used 2021 FordExplorer ST SUV V6for Sale in Kerrville, TX

  • VIN: 1FM5K8GC1MGA23679
  • Stock: 32125A

Dealer Notes

CARFAX One-Owner. Clean CARFAX. Infinite Blue Metallic Tinted Clearcoat 2021 Ford Explorer ST 4WD 10-Speed Automatic 18/24 City/Highway MPG 2021 Ford Explorer ST V6 Explorer ST, V6, 4WD, Infinite Blue Metallic Tinted Clearcoat, Ebony w/Leather Htd/Ventilated Sport Captain's Chairs or Leather Htd/Ventilated Sport Captain's Chairs, 10.1" LCD Capacitive Portrait Touchscreen, 2 Additional Speakers, Equipment Group 401A, Leather Htd/Ventilated Sport Captain's Chairs, Premium Technology Package.

Odometer is 1558 miles below market average!
Sales Tax, Title, License Fee, Registration Fee, and $150 Dealer Doc Fee are additional to the advertised price. Delivery and Destination Charges Included.
 

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    Odometer
    1,462 miles
    Fuel Economy
    18.0/24.0 mpg City/Hwy
    Exterior Color
    Infinite Blue Metallic Tinted Clearcoat
    Interior Color
    Ebony
    Body
    SUV
    Transmission
    10-Speed Automatic
    Drivetrain
    4WD
    Engine
    3 V6
    Ford Explorer
    • Carfax One Owner

    Included Packages & Options

    • Premium Technology Package$1,295
      • Leather Htd/Ventilated Sport Captain's Chairs
      • 10.1" LCD Capacitive Portrait Touchscreen
      • 2 Additional Speakers

    Detailed Specifications

    • EASY FUEL® CAPLESS FILLER
    • FRT/RR SKID PLATE ELEMENTS
    • GRILLE - BLACK MESH INSERT
    • HEAD/TAILLAMPS - BLACKOUT
    • HEADLAMPS - AUTO LED
    • LED SIGNATURE LIGHTING
    • LIFTGATE - HANDS-FREE
    • LWR BODYSIDE CLADDING-BLK
    • MIRRORS-PWR/HTD/AUTO-FOLD
    • PRIVACY GLASS - REAR DOORS
    • QUAD TIP DUAL EXHAUST
    • ST PROJ LAMP/SIG/MEM/DIM
    • TAILLAMPS/FOG LAMPS - LED
    • TRAILER SWAY CONTROL
    • WIPERS - RAIN-SENSING
    • 360-DEGREE CAMERA
    • ACTIVE PARK ASSIST 2.0
    • B&O SOUND SYSTEM
    • CLASS III TRAILER TOW PKG
    • FORD CO-PILOT360 ASSIST+
    • FORDPASS CONNECT 4GWI-FI
    • HOTSPOT TELEMATICS MODEM
    • WIRELESS CHARGING PAD
    • EQUIPMENT GROUP 401A
    • 110V/150W AC POWER OUTLET
    • 12 LCD DIGITAL IP CLUSTER
    • 1ST/2ND RW FLR MATS-CARPET
    • 2ND ROW HEATED SEATS
    • AMBIENT LIGHT/ILLUM ENTRY
    • AUTO-DIM REARVIEW MIRROR
    • HTD LTHR WRAPPED STEER WHL
    • HTD/VENTILATED FRT SEATS
    • POWERFOLD 3RD ROW SEAT
    • PWR TILT/TELE STR COLUMN
    • ROTARY GEAR SHIFT DIAL
    • SPORT BUCKET FRONT SEATS
    • TRI-ZONE ELECTRNC TMP CTRL
    • USB A(1)/C(1)-1ST/2ND ROWS
    • W/LOGO, MOUNTED CONTROLS
    • ADVANCETRAC® WITH RSC®
    • AIRBAG-DRIVER/PASS KNEE
    • AIRBAGS - DUAL STAGE FRONT
    • AIRBAGS - FRONT SEAT
    • AIRBAGS - SAFETY CANOPY®
    • INDIV TIRE PRESS MONIT SYS
    • LATCH CHILD SAFETY SYSTEM
    • MOUNTED SIDE IMPACT
    • PERIMETER ALARM
    • PERSONAL SAFETY SYSTEM
    • SOS POST-CRASH ALERT SYS

    KBB.com Consumer Reviews

    Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
    Overall3.7Out of 5
    • My 3rd Explorer and I've Loved Them All!

      By Dave the Explorer on Monday, January 18, 2021

      5.0
      My first Explorer was a brand new 2016 Platinum and it was a great car. In 2020 I traded it in for the all new 2020 ST model with 400 HP. I loved that car and it saved my life. I was hit in the rear so hard that my 11 month old ST was totaled. I was able to walk away from the accident without any injury. Thank you Ford! I then bought a 2021 Platinum to replace the ST. I've only had this new Platinum for about 4 months but it is just as fun, comfortable and a joy to drive as my previous models. Before buying the 2021 Explorer I personally test drove a Hyundai Palisade, Volkswagen Atlas, Dodge Durango and Audi Q7. They are all nice vehicles but I still choose the Explorer. The Palisade and Atlas don't have the power that the Explorer does. The Durango feels cramped and is an old design. The Q7 is very nice but frankly underwhelmed me.
    • Fun and lots of compliments

      By Max on Monday, December 23, 2019

      5.0
      Look forward to driving daily. Strangers approach with compliments. Lack of torque steer from the rear wheel drive is wonderful. The low rpm driving torque is very well done. I thoroughly compared to European, korean and Japanese, as well as caddy and gmc. So many good choices but the massage seats and overall redesign package cinched it for us. The platinum and st versions have lots of tech, but are pricey. The xlt 4wd base model with 2.3 EcoBoost was impressive however, and with a very reasonable price. We opted for the st for features and the very exciting 3.0 EB.
    • Value if you pick the right trim

      By Explorer XLT (1 month review) on Wednesday, December 18, 2019

      4.0
      Lot of people mention a high price associated with this new Explorer. I just got a well equipped XLT for under $38K. The power is sufficient. The usable space is great. And the visibility is amazing. No other vehicle comes close. Even the Explorer's brother the "Aviator" was difficult to see out the windshield and A pillars. It doesn't seem to have the artificial engine sound pumped into the cabin through the speakers in the XLT trim. So you get to hear the "buzzy engine" as another reviewer put it. The turning radius is surprisingly tight and overall handling good. However, the ride quality can be a little stiff. If you have the drive mode set to "sport" be prepared to know that the engine will hang onto a lower gear longer than you think it needs to.

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