Which 2021 Ford Explorer Trim Levels Have a Sunroof?
The Ford Explorer’s available twin-panel moonroof offers a great dose of fresh air and an impressive overhead view that stretches over the first two rows of seating. Here we discover which 2021 Ford Explorer trim levels might come equipped with this feature in our inventory here at Akins Ford.
Twin-Panel Moonroof Availability by Trim Level
The twin-panel moonroof upgrade is available on XLT, Limited, Limited Hybrid, ST, King Ranch, and Platinum models of the 2021 Ford Explorer lineup and raises the vehicle’s price by $1,695. It is not offered on the Explorer Base. The Explorer Limited, Limited Hybrid, ST, King Ranch, and Platinum models also include a remote-control feature for the moonroof and 1st-row windows.
On the Explorer XLT models, the Twin-Panel Moonroof upgrade requires the addition of Equipment Group 202A, which costs an additional $3,540. This package includes a few upscale enhancements like the ActiveX™-trimmed seats, an 8-way power front-passenger seat, heated steering wheel, silver-painted front and rear skid plate elements, LED fog lamps, and remote start.
How Does the Twin-Panel Moonroof Work?
Ford’s Twin-Panel Moonroof is a large glass panel sunroof that features an adjustable sunshade, adaptable controls, and a “bounce back” function that can sense when an obstacle is in the way and automatically stop the moonroof from closing. This quick video covers some of the different advantages that the available twin-panel moonroof presents to new Ford owners.
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Test Drive the 2021 Ford Explorer near Atlanta, GA
The 2021 Ford Explorer lineup has arrived, and fans in the Atlanta area can test drive models from Georgia’s most extensive Ford inventory when they visit the Akins Ford dealership in Winder, GA. You can keep browsing our website for more Ford Explorer blog content or give our experts a call if you have questions about any of the new Ford vehicles in our inventory.