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Ford Explorer is MECOTY best midsize SUV

Latest in the garage, the 2016 Ford Explorer has been named “Best Midsize SUV” in the prestigious Middle East Car of the Year (MECOTY) awards, reports ITRealms.

The new Ford Explorer which is also now available in Nigeria saw 12-man panel of judging ‘motoring minds’ from the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and Levant countries, declaring it the MECOTY biggest, and most coveted award of the regional automotive industry.

Reacting, the managing director, Ford Middle East, Thierry Sabbagh said they were pleased with the recognition for the 2016 Ford Explorer.

“Explorer sets the standard for Sport Utility Vehicles (SUV) when it was first introduced in the 90’s, and it continues to build on its heritage as the mid-size SUV leader with outstanding Built Ford Tough capability, technology, convenience and comfort,” the MD said.

Industry watchers, ITRealms gathered pronounced in 2015 that Explorer led its segment in the GCC with a 40 per cent share, and continues to top its category through first quarter (Q1) of 2016.

ITRealms recalls that whilst building on 25-year innovation and sales leadership, the latest 2016 Ford Explorer features a refreshed and sharp new design in addition to its generous interior space, specifically engineered for people seeking adventure time and a way to express their individuality.

Just as Ford Explorer has proved to be America’s top-selling SUV for 25 years with over seven million unit sales.

ITRealms notes that new Ford Explorer has become the favourite among Nigerian consumers, coming top as the 2015 second best-selling Ford vehicle in Nigeria, and could take to the streets of Lagos, Abuja or Port Harcourt with pride due to the Explorer’ s sleek design, increased comfort and appealing style.

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