2010 Ford Explorer Values

Select a 2010 Ford Explorer trim level

2010 model year changes

The venerable Ford Explorer has been the best-selling SUV since its birth in 1990. The Explorer is more powerful, safer and more comfortable than ever. These days, the Explorer looks less like a large SUV and more like a station wagon and similar to many of its fellow car-utility vehicles. The Explorer sees few changes for 2010.

Competitive comparison

Standard safety equipment list; quiet cabin; city driving comfort matched with towing and off-road capability.

Special features for 2010

The 2010 Explorer has the passenger-carrying capabilities of a mid-sized SUV combined with strong towing and off-road capabilities. Safety equipment includes standard stability control with a rollover sensor, as well as Ford's Trailer Sway Control, which works to keep a towed trailer in line once it begins to pitch. The Explorer also offers third-row seating for additional passenger capacity. The base rear-wheel-drive XLT starts under $30,000.



A full-size SUV with optional seating for up to seven, the 2010 Ford Explorer continues to lead the full-size SUV segment. Available with a 210 hp 4.0L V6 paired to a five-speed automatic or a 292 hp 4.6L V6 mated with a six-speed automatic transmission. The Eddie Bauer trim now comes standard with a folding 3rd row seat to increase the seating capacity, however the AWD version of the Eddie Baur trim has been dropped.