ALEXANDRIA, Ky., July 10, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- In an era of increasing personalization, Ford is taking a page from the fast food restaurant playbook. Just as sandwiches and hamburgers can be customized with all manner of condiments and cheeses, the 2015 Ford Explorer is specifically outfitted to allow each driver an opportunity to make the SUV their own. Cincinnati-area drivers looking to seize this opportunity can find the 2015 Ford Explorer now at Mike Castrucci of Alexandria.
When it comes to SUV ownership, drivers tend to fall into one of two categories. There are SUV drivers who favor the segment for its strength and stability, and there are SUV drivers who maintain an interest in hauling heavy-duty recreational goods. In an effort communicate that the Explorer accommodates drivers in both camps, Ford's 2015 SUV includes engine options that appeal to each type of personality and preference.
Equipped with an available 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine, the 2015 Ford Explorer serves SUV drivers looking to blend strength and stability with best-in-class fuel economy. While still a stout, stable SUV, the EcoBoost Explorer delivers 240 horsepower, 270 foot-pounds of torque and segment-leading fuel economy at 28 highway mpg. Conversely, drivers looking to haul recreational possessions can do so with the vehicle's 3.5-liter EcoBoost option. Increasing engine output to 365 horsepower, the EcoBoost V-6 version of Ford Explorer can tow up to 5,000 lbs. when properly equipped.
Drivers of each persuasion are invited to explore the Cincinnati-area inventory at Mike Castrucci of Alexandria. With the 2015 Ford Explorer available now, drivers can secure a personal SUV experience with plenty of time to spare for summer fun. Visit www.mikecastruccialexandria.com for more information on the 2015 Ford Explorer or contact the dealership directly at 844-239-2267.
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