Posts tagged "explorer"

The making of the Lego Ford Explorer

Yesterday, I shared with you the photos that I took of the Lego’d 2012 Ford Explorer while I was at Legoland. I found a video of it being made and thought it was pretty cool. Check it out …

A Ford made out of Legos

While I was home visiting my parents in Florida last week, we took a side trip to Legoland. Though I was phenomenally amazed at the life-like miniature buildings in their Miniland USA, my favorite thing in the entire park was the life-sized 2012 Ford Explorer. I was amazed at the attention to detail … right... Read more »

Today's Rave: 2011 Ford Explorer PowerFold 3rd-row seat

I love things that make my life easier. And for someone who alternately needs to have that third-row seat and then use the space for storage, the power fold button in the 2011 Ford Explorer is a definite must. One-touch up, one-touch down. Easy, peasy. Only problem as I see it is that this is... Read more »

Today's Rave: 2011 Ford Explorer phone pairing

Pretty much everything about the new Ford Explorer is visual eye candy. But nowhere is this more evident than the jewel-colored Sync system installed in this week’s car du jour. More than being visually appealing, I’m particularly fond of how easy most features on this system are to use. Without RTFM’ing. Take, for example, the... Read more »

Photo gallery of 2011 Ford Explorer

Jim Farley, group V.P. in charge of marketing, sales and service, talks with a consumer about the new features offered on the all-new 2011 Ford Explorer. Ford didn’t pull any punches with the introduction of the all-new 2011 Ford Explorer that’s going to be built right here in Chicago. In addition to having the vehicle... Read more »

Bill Ford sets up introduction of 2011 Ford Explorer

Bill Ford, executive chairman of Ford Motor Co., was on hand in Chicago today to help introduce the all-new 2011 Ford Explorer … which will be built right here on the south side of Chicago at the Chicago Assembly Plant. Please excuse the poor video quality … but it’s what he says–not what it looks... Read more »