2016 Ford Explorer in Canada - Canadian Prices, Trims, Specs, Photos, Recalls | AutoTrader.ca

2016 Ford Explorer

Canadian MSRP
$33,999 - $59,599
2016 Ford Explorer

Key Specifications for 2016 Ford Explorer

Fuel Economy 8.5 - 14.9 City/HWY combined
Horsepower 280 - 365 hp
Drivetrain Front-Wheel Drive, Four-Wheel Drive
Engine Gasoline
Torque 255 - 350 ft-lb
Seats 6 - 7
 

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Recall Information

Recall number
Recall date
System affected
Model year(s) affected
Recall number
2021-267
Recall date
2021-05-06
System affected
Structure
Model year(s) affected
2016 2017 2018 2019
Manufacturer Recall Number:
21S22
Units Affected:
36,419
Notification Type:
Safety TC
Issue: On certain vehicles, the roof rail covers could detach. If this happens while driving, the roof rail cover could separate from the vehicle. Note: This recall only affects vehicles with painted roof rail covers. Safety Risk: A roof rail cover that detaches while driving could create a hazard for other drivers and nearby people, and could increase the risk of a crash. Corrective Actions: Ford will notify owners by mail and instruct you to take your vehicle to a dealer to secure the roof rail covers.
Recall number
2020-524
Recall date
2020-11-03
System affected
Suspension
Model year(s) affected
2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Manufacturer Recall Number:
20S62
Units Affected:
25,241
Notification Type:
Safety TC
Issue: On certain vehicles, the outer ball joint for the rear suspension toe link may seize. If this happens, the toe link could break while driving. This could cause a sudden loss of vehicle stability. Note: This recall only affects vehicles that were originally sold or currently registered in areas of heavy road salt usage (Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland & Labrador), and that were repaired under any of the following recall campaigns: - 2016-182 (Ford Recall 16S18) - 2017-224 or 2017-577 (Ford Recall 17S11) - 2019-280 (Ford Recall 19S17) Safety Risk: A loss of vehicle stability could cause a loss of control and increase the risk of a crash. Corrective Actions: Ford will notify owners by mail and instruct you to take your vehicle to a dealer to inspect the ball joints for the rear suspension toe links. If a ball joint requires replacement, the dealer will replace the rear suspension knuckle.
Recall number
2019-280
Recall date
2019-06-11
System affected
Suspension
Model year(s) affected
2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Manufacturer Recall Number:
19S17
Units Affected:
28,019
Notification Type:
Safety Mfr
On certain vehicles, the rear suspension toe link(s) could break. This could cause a sudden loss of vehicle stability. Note: This problem is more likely to occur on vehicles that are driven on rough roads. Safety Risk: A loss of vehicle stability could cause a loss of control and increase the risk of a crash. Corrective Actions: The company will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealer to install improved rear suspension toe links.
Recall number
2017-593
Recall date
2017-11-30
System affected
Seats And Restraints
Model year(s) affected
2016
Manufacturer Recall Number:
17S40
Units Affected:
22,620
Notification Type:
Safety Mfr
On certain vehicles, the front power seat adjuster assembly joint may become loose over time. A loose seat adjuster assembly may increase seat cushion deflection and not properly restrain the seat occupant in the event of a crash, which could increase the risk of injury. Correction: Dealers will inspect for proper torque of the power seat track upper pivot link bolt. If the bolt passes inspection, dealers will remove and clean the bolt, apply new threadlock and reinstall the bolt to the specified torque. If the bolt fails the torque inspection, threadlock will be added to the bolt and will be reinstalled as an interim repair until the final repair is available. The final repair will include replacement of the lift link, including new bushings and fasteners.
Recall number
2017-224
Recall date
2017-04-25
System affected
Suspension
Model year(s) affected
2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Manufacturer Recall Number:
17S11
Units Affected:
21,577
Notification Type:
Safety TC
On certain vehicles operated in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, soil properties unique to these areas could cause an accumulation of soil to occur at the attachment point of the rear suspension toe link. This could impede the toe link's travel, causing bending stresses and potential fracture. A fractured toe link would affect vehicle handling and could increase the risk of a a crash causing injury and/or damage to property. Correction: Dealers will replace the toe links with revised parts.
Recall number
2016-329
Recall date
2016-06-28
System affected
Seats And Restraints
Model year(s) affected
2016
Manufacturer Recall Number:
16C11
Units Affected:
1,198
Notification Type:
Compliance Mfr
Certain vehicles equipped with a manual driver's seat recliner may fail to conform to Canada Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (CMVSS) 202 - Head Restraints and CMVSS 207 - Anchorage of Seats. There may be an inadequate weld between the driver's seat back and the manually operated seat back recliner mechanism, which may fail to meet the requirements of the standards. As a result, the driver's seat back may appear to be loose, twisted or lean to one side, and/or squeak/rattle. If this condition were present, in the event of a vehicle crash, the seat may not adequately restrain an occupant and would increase the risk of injury. Correction: Dealers will inspect and, if necessary, replace the seat back frame.
Recall number
2016-138
Recall date
2016-03-31
System affected
Engine
Model year(s) affected
2016
Manufacturer Recall Number:
16S14
Units Affected:
3,993
Notification Type:
Safety Mfr
On certain vehicles equipped with a 2.3 litre GTDI engine and an engine block heater, due to the engine’s orientation, the block heater could be susceptible to overheating. An overheated engine block heater may result in engine coolant leakage, or heat damage to the electrical connector of the block heater. Overheating of the engine block heater may increase the risk of an underhood fire causing injury and/or property damage. Correction: Dealers will replace the engine block heater element with one of a different design, and will inspect the block heater's electrical cord, and replace if required. In the interim, owners are advised to stop using their block heater until the campaign is completed. Note: This risk only exists when the block heater is plugged in and the vehicle is parked.
Recall number
2015-436
Recall date
2015-09-29
System affected
Fuel Supply
Model year(s) affected
2016
Manufacturer Recall Number:
15S26
Units Affected:
39
Notification Type:
Safety Mfr
On certain vehicles, the fuel tank attachment bolts may not have been tightened adequately at time of assembly. This could result in insufficient clamp load that could lead to fatigue and fracture of the fuel tank straps. Fracture of the fuel tank straps could result in the fuel tank separating from the vehicle, which may result in a fuel leak. Fuel leakage, in the presence of an ignition source, could result in a fire causing injury and/or property damage. Correction: Dealers will torque the fuel tank attachment bolts to the required specification.
Recall number
2015-321
Recall date
2015-07-21
System affected
Brakes
Model year(s) affected
2016
Manufacturer Recall Number:
15C07
Units Affected:
799
Notification Type:
Compliance Mfr
Certain vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of Canada Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 135 - Brake Systems. During the manufacturing process, the parking brake controller assembly bracket may have been improperly formed. This could result in the pawl to not engage the sector gear during actuation and the parking brake not fully engaging. If the transmission is in Park, there will be no unintended vehicle movement. If the transmission is left in a gear other than Park, and the vehicle is parked on a sufficient slope, a non-functioning parking brake could result in unintended vehicle movement, increasing the risk of a crash causing injury and/or property damage. Correction: Dealers will inspect, and if necessary, replace the parking brake control assembly.

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