How much horsepower does a 2011 Ford Explorer have?

How much horsepower does a 2011 Ford Explorer have?

290 hp
2011 Ford Explorer/Horsepower

How much power does a Ford Explorer have?

Engine, Transmission, and Performance It pairs a 3.3-liter V-6 engine with an electric motor for a combined output of 318 horsepower. When properly equipped, the Explorer can tow up to 5600 pounds. The Explorer rides on an all-new rear-wheel-drive platform, but all-wheel drive is still optional.

What engine comes in a 2011 Ford Explorer?

The standard engine on the Explorer is a 3.5-liter V6 that makes 290 horsepower and 255 pound-feet of torque. Later in 2011, Ford will introduce an optional turbocharged four-cylinder engine that will make 237 horsepower and 250 pound feet of torque.

What’s the price of a 2011 Ford Explorer?

The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) on the 2011 Ford Explorer starts at just under $29,000 for a base model with an Explorer XLT opening near $32,000 and the top-line Explorer Limited commanding close to $38,000.

Is the Ford Explorer a fuel efficient car?

The Explorer gets a thorough revision for 2011, with more fuel-efficient engines, a weight-saving design, the addition of advanced safety systems and a strong slate of technology equipment.

What kind of safety does the 2011 Ford Explorer have?

The 2011 Ford Explorer is an Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Top Safety Pick, the group’s highest designation. That means it earned top scores of Good in front, side and rear crash tests, as well as in a roof-strength test. The federal government has not yet tested the Explorer.

Where was the 2011 Ford Explorer last serviced?

Mileage: 149,921 miles Body Type: SUV Color: Silver Engine: 6 Cyl 3.5 L Accident reported. Purchased on 04/07/11 and owned in MO until 04/21/21. Driven an estimated 13,130 miles/year. Last serviced in Kearney, MO on 06/23/21 • Vehicle serviced.