XPLORE Off-Road Vehicles

Jan 13, 2011

National parks are one of America’s greatest treasures, and a new line of adventure vehicles is dedicated to their preservation.

Each XPLORE Adventure Series vehicle sold will deliver a donation to the National Park Foundation, including proceeds from the auction of the first XLPLORE Toyota FJ Cruiser in the spring.

“Venchurs is pleased to introduce the XPLORE Adventure Series line of specialty vehicles for all major brands of vehicles,” said Jeff Wyatt, CEO of Venchurs. “It is a privilege to be able to support our national parks and the automotive new car and aftermarket communities, with a program that serves America’s need for exciting vehicles.”

XPLORE Adventure Series vehicles are available in four packages featuring increasing levels of equipment and capability, according to a press release. XPLORE Stage 1 packages feature Katzkin leather interiors and are available for Toyota, Jeep, Ford, Ram, Chevrolet, GMC, Nissan, Honda, Subaru, Hyundai and Kia vehicles.

XPLORE Stage 2 vehicle packages for select SUVs and trucks include BFGoodrich off-road tires, Method aluminum wheels, Bilstein 5100 Series shocks, a Magnaflow stainless steel cat-back exhaust and optional XPLORE/Katzkin leather and suede seats.

XPLORE Stage 3 adds ARB and Warn winch products as well as racks, rock rails, suspension upgrades, roof-top tents and IPF lighting, available as mix-and-match accessories.

Finally, XPLORE has partnered with TLC to offer built-to-order Stage 4 Toyotas and Jeeps with a multitude of custom personalized options including special paint, electronics and expedition-grade upfits.

Each XPLORE vehicle comes with a one-year annual pass to over 52 national parks and other Federal lands. New owners receive a one-year membership in XPLORE CLUB and a subscription to “XPLORE Lifestyle Journal,” according to a press release.

“XPLORE vehicles are designed to deliver adventure for enthusiasts and families,” said Ron Flint, XPLORE program director. “You can’t have one of these in your driveway and not be inspired to get out into the Great American Outdoors!”