According to the published MSRP set at $48,750, this model excludes handling and destination, which motivates the $4,080 cheaper price comparing the 2021 Explorer ST. It was confirmed already that the Enthusiast ST is powered by the 3.0-liter EcoBoost engine delivering 400 horsepower and 563 Newton-meter coupled to a 10-speed automatic transmission. the Explorer ST scored a top speed of 143 mph towing up to 5,600 lbs (2,540 kg) on the standard Class III Trailer Tow Package.
The package also includes standard are 20-inch wheels, quad exhaust pipes, and ST logos, projection lamps on the side mirrors, part-leather upholstery with contrast stitching, a heated steering wheel with paddle shifters, and a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster. Besides, the Co-Pilot360 brings safety gear brings hill start assist, automatic emergency braking, blind-spot information, lane keep assist, forward collision warning, and reversing camera with a built-in lens washer.
Ford even revealed what they gave up to dropped Enthusiast ST’s price. If you can drive without the standard ST’s “High Equipment” package that added diverse comfort and tech features. You'll just enjoy your car without a 2nd row heated seats, a B&O sound system with 980Watt 14 speakers, a wireless charging pad, and some other similar features.
the surprise for the future owners of a 2021 Explorer Enthusiast ST will be the rear-wheel-drive system and hybrid versions of the Explorer Platinum. The price for the RWD model dropped down to $52,480, while the electrified 2021 Explorer Platinum will be available for $53,085. You can already order them, but the deliveries will start in summer when the vehicles will be at your proximate dealer's.