Even the delivery charge Ford adds to each vehicle is increasing.
Ford has built an Explorer for more than 30 years, and in the process, they’ve learned a lot about how to make a family-friendly, versatile SUV. The current Explorer is known for a compliant ride and a near-perfect balance of weekday commute comfort and weekend towing power.
But it came in a dizzying array of choices even last year. For 2022, Ford added a rear-wheel-drive (RWD) sporty ST version and a racier-looking ST-Line trim. That presents Explorer shoppers with 10 total trim levels to choose from.
2022 Explorer Pricing:
Ford also charges a $ 1,295 destination charge on all Explorers. That’s $50 higher than last year, but destination charges on most cars have been increasing recently due to a shortage of qualified truck drivers and the increasing cost of diesel fuel.
|Trim Level||2022 Ford Explorer||Increase from 2021|
|Base Rear-Wheel-Drive (RWD)||$33,245||$320|
|Based 4-Wheel-Drive (4WD)||$35,245||$320|
|Limited Hybrid RWD||$50,280||$175|
|Limited Hybrid 4WD||$52,280||$175|
|King Ranch RWD||$53,610||$1,010|
|King Ranch 4WD||$55,610||$1,010|
|Platinum Hybrid RWD||$52,115||N/A|
|Platinum Hybrid 4WD||$54,115||$780|
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