How can someone just not understand that an entry level XLT will not have the same materials, textures, content, etc. as a Platinum, that is 4 trim levels higher.
The Force is weak with this one.
Lol you have to be dumb omg....COMPETITION is charging less for more, I don’t know what else to say - more reviews like this will quickly throw the Explorer down the toilet.
...this from the comment section bothered me the most...
”As someone who's driven every iteration of the 2020 Explorer since the hand-built ones came off the line for us to test, I can attest to the, um... non-goodness of them. The Police Interceptors are cool because they have the light bar inside at the top of the windshield, and the ST isn't bad, it's just trying to overcome the regular Exploder's inherent faults.
The average Joe love theirs. Cool. That means I and my colleagues did our job. But unless it's a "special edition", the basic machine is lacking in a LOT of improvements we all stopped bothering to report because Ford didn't give a $hit.
[Case in point: If your rear washer doesn't spray fluid even though you hear the pump and know there's plenty of fluid in the tank, FOR THE LOVE OF GOD DON'T KEEP TRYING. You'll find out what we did: The fluid IS pumping, it's just into the right side panel in the cargo area where it causes a "cool" waterfall effect that will soak the electronics back there, the carpet and anything you have on the floor.]
I don't know what Kia/Hyundai's QC procedure is, but that's something I'm sure they'd look into to fixing. After like my 40th one if it wasn't actively on fire you didn't bother with reporting it because it went nowhere.
[I do like the mode knob, though. Not that I ever wasn't in "Sport", but on my way there you could see the dash screen do all kinds of color changing like green with leaves for Eco, falling snow for, well, you know what for, etc.]“
...I’m not sure what is going on inside Ford, but given the problems with the launch, it looks like a program manager somewhere **** the bed.