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  1. steelers06steelers

    steelers06steelers New Member

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    City, State:
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    Year, Model & Trim Level:
    2018 explorer sport
    Ive had three before this one, that's why I bought another, this is a completely different animal than the previous generations tho. The older generations as you know were basically a ranger truck. this thing is ??? I don't even know what o compare it to? transverse mounted engine, some kind of pto/transfer case thing, twin turbos, dual exhaust, sports car/crossover vehicle.... sorry, im ocd and slightly paranoid skitsofranic. lol. Im sure it will be fine vehicle.
     
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  3. cbx1047

    cbx1047 Active Member

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    waikesha, wisconsin
    Year, Model & Trim Level:
    2015 limited
    Its actually a pretty common problem with ford explorers, I bought a 2011 when they came out only to have the hood rust corrode after 2years, they repainted it and it looked prefect. I did trade it in on a 2015 limited after 4 years and yes the front hood was all bubbled again. Not my problem and now have a 3 year old limited with the same problem but out of warranty. I sure wish that was a fixable problem Ford has but apparently its not worth addressing because now I see that the 2017 have the same problem but will be some how covered by Ford. Such a great SUV I wish there was a remedy.
     
  4. peterk9

    peterk9 Staff Member Moderator Elite Explorer

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    Not a remedy but beginning with the 2016 Explorer, the warranty coverage on aluminum parts/panels that corrode are covered for 5 years, unlimited mileage.

    Peter
     
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