Sell Your Ford Explorer

Sell a Ford Explorer for scrap with Junk Car Medics' quick, easy, and painless process.

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Sell a Ford Explorer for scrap with Junk Car Medics. Sell Ford Explorer for the highest possible scrap value using our nationwide network of cash junk car buyers.  The current scrap value of the Ford Explorer ranges from $70 to $3745.

The Ford Explorer is the 6th most commonly junked car, according to Junk Car Medics.

Junk Car Medics network of car buyers purchases Ford Explorer in all conditions. When the time to sell a Ford Explorer, get a free offer online or by phone.

Sell a Ford Explorer for scrap with Junk Car Medics. Sell Ford Explorers for the highest possible scrap value using our nationwide network of cash car buyers. One can sell a Ford Explorer for more money when it is drivable and in good condition.

Junk Car Medics’ network of car buyers purchases Ford Explorers in all conditions. When selling a Ford Explorer, get a free offer online or by phone.

According to an analysis from Santander Consumer, Ford Explorer is among the most popular SUVs in the United States. Produced by Ford Motor Company since 1991, this mid-SUV is a darling to most Americans. Although it was originally started as a mid-SUV up until 2010, production has transitioned into a mid-size crossover SUV.

Despite its abysmal fuel consumption— the 2021 model has a gas mileage of 21 and 28 mpg for city and highway driving, Americans love Ford Explorer. It offers a powered engine, all-terrain driving, smooth handling, and a towing power of more than 5,000 lbs. All these at a ridiculously low entry price. In fact, in 2020, CNBC reported that the Ford Explorer range was the best-selling SUV of all time in America.

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Some similar models to the Ford Explorer include the Buick Enclave, Chevrolet Traverse, and Honda Pilot. All of these including the Ford Explorer are well known for their powered engine, all-terrain driving, smooth handling, and towing power. They are often compared to each other by car buyers.

Although the Ford Explorer is not the SUV with the safest crash rating, it is not a death trap either. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave the 2023 variant a four in the rollover test and a five out of five stars in the side crash test.

Ford Explorers are popular cars to sell for scrap because they are common and have a high scrap value. Junk Car Medics offers a nationwide network of car buyers who are interested in purchasing Ford Explorers in all conditions. You can get a free offer online or by phone to find out how much your Explorer is worth.

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What Is A Ford Explorer's Current Scrap Value?

The Ford Explorer's current scrap value is $548, with a range of $70 - $3745 for the last 30 days, on average. Comparably, the current scrap value for all vehicles over the same time period is $659, a difference of -17 %.

What Is A Ford Explorer's Yearly Scrap Value?

The Ford Explorer's yearly scrap value is $535, with a range of $70 - $3745, on average. Comparably, the current scrap value for all vehicles over the same time period is $622, a difference of -14 %.

Here are the current average junk car values of comparable models to a Ford Explorer:

  • Sell Hyundai Santa Fe ~  $911
  • Sell Dodge Durango ~  $457
  • Sell Toyota Highlander ~  $1108
  • Sell Buick Enclave ~  $632
  • Sell Chevrolet Traverse ~  $814

What Is The Ford Explorer Used Car Value?

Ford Explorer is one of the most purchased used cars in the United States. The reasons are because of their reliability, powered engine, and easily approachable entry price. All these and more makes Explorer a go-to choice in the purchase of used SUVs.

The used car value of a Ford Explorer depends on the mileage, physical condition, and most importantly, the year of production. According to cars.com, the years with the best-used car values are the recent releases, 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020.

Vehicle Recent Offers ($)
2020 Ford Explorer 31,500
2010 Ford Explorer 13,995
2005 Ford Explorer 4,888
2001 Ford Explorer 2,500

How Much Does A Ford Explorer Weigh In Tons

Data analysis from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) showed that the average weight of cars in 2019 was just above 4,000 pounds. SUVs like the Ford Explorer often weigh more than mini-vehicles and compact cars. Therefore, most Ford Explorers weigh in at just between 4,345 to 5,076 lbs.

The size and average weight of your car affect the scrap car prices. This is because the heavier your car is, the more scrap metal there is to reuse. Therefore, SUVs like the Ford Explorers tend to have a higher scrap value than smaller cars.

How Much Are Ford Explorer Worth In Scrap By Year?

Generally, the scrap value of Ford Explorers is higher when the vehicles are in good condition and still drivable. Newer models tend to be in better shape and therefore command a higher scrap value.

Another factor that greatly affects the scrap value of Ford Explorer is the weight. The weight of these cars varies by model and year.

Year-Vehicle Average Offer Price
2000 Ford Explorer $388
2001 Ford Explorer $397
2002 Ford Explorer $442
2003 Ford Explorer $417
2004 Ford Explorer $450
2005 Ford Explorer $447
2006 Ford Explorer $501
2007 Ford Explorer $554
2008 Ford Explorer $585
2009 Ford Explorer $671
2010 Ford Explorer $714
2011 Ford Explorer $2335
2012 Ford Explorer $2380
2013 Ford Explorer $2335
2014 Ford Explorer $2131
2015 Ford Explorer $2906

What Are Recent Junk Car Prices And Values Of Ford Explorer?

Here are 15 recent junk car values for Ford Explorer.

Vehicle ZipCode Offer Date Offer Price
2002 Ford Explorer 37130 04-10-2024 $415
1998 Ford Explorer 60634 04-10-2024 $510
1998 Ford Explorer 89512 04-09-2024 $415
2002 Ford Explorer 19067 04-07-2024 $665
2002 Ford Explorer 33713 04-07-2024 $565
2006 Ford Explorer 07050 04-07-2024 $670
2005 Ford Explorer 47421 04-06-2024 $285
2005 Ford Explorer 41071 04-06-2024 $315
2007 Ford Explorer 15748 04-06-2024 $470
2003 Ford Explorer 29123 04-06-2024 $310
2003 Ford Explorer 64744 04-05-2024 $315
1999 Ford Explorer 43081 04-04-2024 $415
2005 Ford Explorer 43223 04-04-2024 $435
1997 Ford Explorer 92345 04-04-2024 $300
2002 Ford Explorer 78362 04-04-2024 $485

What Are Common Ford Explorer Problems?

Despite the fact that Ford Explorers are a go-to option for Americans when it comes to SUVs, the older generations of this car are well known for their many problems. This often makes them hard and expensive to fix. Some of these problems include:

  • Transmission failure: Explorering to data from Car Problem Zoo, the third generation Explorer is the most notorious for this.
  • Timing Chain Failure: A common problem in the second, third, and fourth generation Explorer’s V6 engine.
  • Water Pump Leaks: The fifth generation Explorer is notorious for massive engine failures when these pumps start to leak.
  • Loss of power steering: This problem is commonest in the fifth generation Ford Explorer.

The seriousness of a problem may determine the pros and cons of fixing the car. Serious vehicle problems like transmission failure, and water pump leaks which may damage the engine could be expensive to fix and you may be better off selling it as scrap.

What Are The Values Of Ford Explorer Scrap Car Parts?

The scrap car parts of the Ford Explorer are not particularly in high demand, this is because it is a domestic vehicle. Being an American company, Ford Motor Company has several assembly plants scattered all over the country. Therefore, multiple junkyards generally have an abundance of parts.

The price of your scrap Ford Explorer can increase if it has valuable scrap car parts.

How Much Is A Scrap Catalytic Converter From A Ford Explorer Worth?

Catalytic converters are valuable components on the Ford Explorer. It removes dangerous gas emitted from the combustion engine. California CARB-Compliant Universal Catalytic Converter is the commonest cat used in earlier models of Explorer.

The scrap price of a Ford Explorer catalytic converter varies but is generally higher than the scrap price of other catalytic converters from similar cars. The national catalytic converter scrap price average is $142. Newer cats seen on newer generations of Explorer can go as high as $981.

How Much Does It Cost To Replace A Catalytic Converter On A Ford Explorer?

To replace a catalytic converter in a Ford Explorer, you need an average of $600. This is because cats are generally higher than other similar parts. The cats seen on newer generations can go as high as $1600. The complete engine of an Explorer has a scrap value of $800.

Sell Other Fords

Junk Car Medics makes it quick, easy, and painless to sell junk Make’s.  Sell any Make for cash using our rewarding process.

Apart from Ford Explorer, we also buy other models of SUVs. Get a free offer online or by phone to find out how much your car is worth.

  • Sell My Ford Focus - A compact car with a fuel-efficient engine, agile handling, and a range of advanced safety and technology features.
  • Sell My Ford Fusion -A mid-size sedan with a spacious and comfortable interior, a smooth ride, and a range of efficient and powerful engine options.
  • Sell My Ford Escape - A compact SUV with a fuel-efficient engine, a comfortable and spacious interior, and a range of advanced safety features.
  • Sell My Ford F-150 - A full-size pickup truck with a sturdy and durable design, powerful engine options, and a spacious and comfortable interior.
  • Sell My Ford Expedition- A full-size SUV with a spacious and comfortable interior, powerful engine options, and a range of advanced safety and technology features.

We buy all makes for cash. Get an install offer online or by calling 1-855-437-9728.

We Pay Cash For Explorer Cars

We buy Ford Explorers no matter the physical condition. If you have a used Explorer which is either still running or grounded. Even if it is broken or damaged beyond repair, call us for an evaluation and have one of our network of buyers pick it up.