Up for sale is our 2011 Ford Explorer Limited with I think every option you can have.
The actual vehicle sticker is below
We have taken care of this car from day one and it has been dealer serviced every 5K miles. It needs nothing and is in excellent condition. It has tinted windows up front, Ford dealer installed DVD Headrest players (not on sticker because dealer forgot to order when we built the vehicle), Ford All weather floor mats and Weathertech third row floor mat.
The NAV and MyFord Touch system have been upgrade to the latest edition.
Go look at KBB and NADA for values and make an offer.
Thanks and let me know if you have any questions.
Ford Explorer for Sale
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