I’m Laura Reynolds with CarProUSA. Ford Explorer Marketing Manager Lee Newcombe talks about the starting MSRP of the 2021 Explorer Timberline Edition and what comes standard with that price. Newcombe: “Just over $45,000, $45,765 I believe, and that comes with a ton of standard equipment right. Standard four-wheel drive, you get Co-Pilot 360 standard content, then you get the Co-Pilot 360 plus standard features that includes evasive assist, navigation, intelligent adaptive cruise control, 360 camera. Then the one piece of capability that we really haven’t hit on yet was the Torsen Limited Slip rear axle. It’s got a unique rear axle on it, again always in four-wheel drive mode, but that just ensures that the right amount of energy is going to the right tire based on the amount of traction you have so will help you improve getting you through some difficult situations.” For more automotive news visit www.carprousa.com. I'm Laura Reynolds.
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