Find the 2006 Ford Explorer Owners Manual below. The 2006 Ford Explorer Manual work for following models – XLT, XLS, Eddie Bauer Edition, Sport. As a vehicle, the Ford is refined, spacious, and comfortable.
Ford Explorer Manual is a truck-based SUV. It comes with excellent ride and handling controls for a midsize SUV. Explorer’s standard Roll Stability Control and optional V8 engine are some of the powerful features of the model. Reviewers find the model to be very strong. Ford has genuinely carved out this model after a lot of research and brain work.
The 2006 Ford Explorer Owners Manual base model comes with a 4-liter V6 that returns a good 210 horsepower. Except for the XLS model, a 4.6-liter V8 engine is optional on all the models. V8 returns 292 horsepower along with 300 lb-ft torque. The automatic five-speed transmission comes standard on all the models. Though, there is an option for two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive available for both engines.
Ford has changed almost every interior feature in the Ford Explorer 2006 manual. Switches, buttons, textures, and even the interior’s panel have changed. The manufacturers have opted for a crispier and modern look. A small screen DVD-based navigation system is available with very easy controls and excellent graphics. The foam-filled armrest is quite large that prevents side-crashes. Metallic trims are not overdone. Reviewers accolade the elegant combination of trims and colors.
2006 Ford Explorer Manual Details and Features
With finer and scaled-down features, the front of the Explorer resembles an F-150 pickup. There are four different grilles available to distinguish between the models. 2006 Ford Explorer Manual also resembles the Lexus SUV through the aero mirrors that are square-cornered and the chrome bolder lamps. With five large doors between the revamped rear lamps and headlamps, it looks like a big and empty box.
2006 Ford Explorer Owners Manual model offers four trim levels namely XLS, XLT, Eddie Bauer, and Limited. XLS, the base model encompasses a good list of standard features that include air conditioning, power windows, power mirrors, power locks, CD player, and cruise control. XLT models will add up rear ventilation ducts, power driver seat, alloy wheels of 16-inch, and steering wheels wrapped with leather.
Coming to the Eddie Bauer, it adds up many features. Some of them are two-tone paint, running boards, faux wood trim, rearview mirror with auto-dimming advantage, and leather upholstery. Lastly, the Limited model comes with an in-dash CD changer, upgraded audio system, heated mirrors, and chrome wheels. Monochromatic paint and dual-zone automatic climate control are some other features of the Limited.
There are many standard features to ensure the safety of the passengers. They include anti-lock disc brakes, AdvanceTrac stability control system, side-curtain bags for front seats, and Roll Stability Control. The 2006 Ford Explorer Owners Manual model comes with the least setbacks. Those setbacks encompass lousy fuel economy and low resale value.