2022 Ford Explorer Updates Include New ST-Line Trim

The 2022 Ford Explorer is receiving some updates for the new model year that elevate its performance with a heightened touch of athletic styling. As a great family SUV that is fun to drive and offers many premium amenities, the 2022 Ford Explorer turns up the dial for on-road performance and hot style with new updates. The expanded 2022 Ford Explorer ST lineup now includes a new Explorer ST rear-wheel-drive model and new Explorer ST-Line series.

As America’s all-time bestselling SUV,[1] the new Ford Explorer delivers just the right amount of thrilling on-road performance that you’re looking for. The 2022 Ford Explorer ST will now come standard with rear-wheel-drive, with the option of Intelligent 4WD. This update gives SUV driving enthusiasts more options to control their on-road performance. The performance SUV’s 3.0-liter EcoBoost® engine remains the same, which is a good thing since it delivers an incredible 400 horsepower and 415 lb-ft of torque.

Similarly, the 2022 Explorer ST-Line enhances the styling of the SUV without giving you its full power and capability of the ST. This model offers generates 300 horsepower with a 2.3-liter EcoBoost® and 10-speed automatic transmission. The Explorer ST-Line is plenty powerful in terms of performance, and it backs it up with an incredibly stylish appearance.

The exterior of the 2022 Explorer ST-Line offers the same features as a fully equipped Explorer ST, such as a gloss-black EXPLORER hood badging, blacked-out grille, and fascia-integrated dual exhaust tips. When you move inside the performance-inspired Explorer ST-Line, you will find Ebony Black ActiveX-trimmed seats with Miko® inserts, heated sport-style steering wheel and first-row seats, and red accent stitching throughout the cabin.

If you’re looking to upgrade your ride this year, check out the new and updated 2022 Ford Explorer at Packey Webb Ford in Downers Grove, Illinois. At Packey Webb Ford, we know It Takes a Family to Serve a Family, and we’ve lived by that idea since 1962.

[1] Based on IHS Markit, 1946-Current U.S. Total New Cumulative Registrations, for all vehicles identified as SUVs.

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