Sport trac

Sport trac DEFAULT

Used Ford Explorer Sport Trac for Sale

2007 Ford Explorer Sport Trac - Great mid-size truck!

The Ford Explorer Sport Trac is a very reliable truck, from my experience. I get better gas mileage than expected (though still not great - it's a truck, after all) and the ride is very, very smooth. The inside has a ton of space for people and cargo. Also, I just like the general shape and look of the curves of the vehicle from the outside. The suspension feels a bit off, and makes loud rattles when going over speed bumps. Otherwise, the vehicle is in tip-top shape after 83k miles driven.

The Ford Explorer Sport Trac is a very reliable truck, from my experience. I get better gas mileage than expected (though still not great - it's a truck, after all) and the ride is very, very smooth. The inside has a ton of space for people and cargo. Also, I just like the general shape and look of the curves of the vehicle from the outside. The suspension feels a bit off, and makes loud rattles when going over speed bumps. Otherwise, the vehicle is in tip-top shape after 83k miles driven.

Even though it's not 4-wheel drive, I did take it on the beach with a few of my friends recently to just drive around. A lot of fun and it held up well!

Even though it's not 4-wheel drive, I did take it on the beach with a few of my friends recently to just drive around. A lot of fun and it held up well!

The vehicle is very, very smooth and quiet on normal roads. There is very little noise or rattling. The inside is very cozy and spacious, allowing enough room for 5 people comfortably. The shape of the vehicle is very modern looking and "curvy," which looks very nice. The side mirrors are very large, which is a plus (because many cars have tiny ones that don't help). Overall, the vehicle has held up well, has great features, rides great, and looks nice.

The vehicle is very, very smooth and quiet on normal roads. There is very little noise or rattling. The inside is very cozy and spacious, allowing enough room for 5 people comfortably. The shape of the vehicle is very modern looking and "curvy," which looks very nice. The side mirrors are very large, which is a plus (because many cars have tiny ones that don't help). Overall, the vehicle has held up well, has great features, rides great, and looks nice.

The vehicle rattles a lot, and loudly, when going over bumps (or a dirt road, for example). The stereo system plays good sound, but two of the speakers blew out around 70k miles. The leather doesn't seem to be the greatest quality, either - it has been 83k miles now, but the leather has begun to crack and shed. Also, the A/C died at around 78k miles. Outside of that, the vehicle has held up well.

The vehicle rattles a lot, and loudly, when going over bumps (or a dirt road, for example). The stereo system plays good sound, but two of the speakers blew out around 70k miles. The leather doesn't seem to be the greatest quality, either - it has been 83k miles now, but the leather has begun to crack and shed. Also, the A/C died at around 78k miles. Outside of that, the vehicle has held up well.

2004 Ford Explorer Sport Trac - Lacey the Sport Trac

The thing I like the best about my Sport Trac is that I have the versatility of a truck and the seating room of a sedan. I love the bounce of a truck and the ability to haul stuff. The room makes it easy to cart my grandbabies around. The engine is quieter than I would expect on a truck of this age, but I also have an excellent mechanic. I like that the Ford is American made and affordable and safe. The only thing I dislike is as a woman, I am small and wish that the Sport Trac had the extendable foot pedals as my Mercury Sable did. I looked for two years for a jeep that fit all my preferences and budget and never found one. When I first considered the Sport Trac I was posed to dislike it, because it was not a jeep.... I was remarkably surprised at how comfortable it was to drive. The ... (more)

The thing I like the best about my Sport Trac is that I have the versatility of a truck and the seating room of a sedan. I love the bounce of a truck and the ability to haul stuff. The room makes it easy to cart my grandbabies around. The engine is quieter than I would expect on a truck of this age, but I also have an excellent mechanic. I like that the Ford is American made and affordable and safe. The only thing I dislike is as a woman, I am small and wish that the Sport Trac had the extendable foot pedals as my Mercury Sable did. I looked for two years for a jeep that fit all my preferences and budget and never found one. When I first considered the Sport Trac I was posed to dislike it, because it was not a jeep.... I was remarkably surprised at how comfortable it was to drive. The performance I have experienced as I have driven over the mountains and back repeatedly in the past year is amazing. The only problems I have had out of this truck was due to lack of care by previous owners

I love that I now own the truck that everyone wants to borrow to haul stuff.

I love that I now own the truck that everyone wants to borrow to haul stuff.

Seating space mixed with the ability to haul stuff. I love the ability to put down all five windows and have the airflow of a convertible without the sun constantly beating down on me.

Seating space mixed with the ability to haul stuff. I love the ability to put down all five windows and have the airflow of a convertible without the sun constantly beating down on me.

The only negative I have on this vehicle is the lack of pedal extension. And that is a minutia concern.

The only negative I have on this vehicle is the lack of pedal extension. And that is a minutia concern.

2005 Ford Explorer Sport Trac - Proud

I like that the truck has a feel of a truck, sounds like a truck, without the big gas prices of a full size truck. It really doesn't ride like a big truck, but you can feel the power as if a full size truck. Unlike bigger trucks, this isn't a truck that makes it impossible to park, as it handles at times like a car. It easy to maneuver the truck into a parking spot. I love that the back window comes down without having to open the driver or passenger side windows. I can simply roll down the back window to get air. I love that the truck came with a secured truck bed cover, one that I can lock and unlock. Gas mileage is incredible, I can get more in this truck that I can in the car I had previous to this. I also like that the truck came with a hitch, in case I wanted to pull something.

I like that the truck has a feel of a truck, sounds like a truck, without the big gas prices of a full size truck. It really doesn't ride like a big truck, but you can feel the power as if a full size truck. Unlike bigger trucks, this isn't a truck that makes it impossible to park, as it handles at times like a car. It easy to maneuver the truck into a parking spot. I love that the back window comes down without having to open the driver or passenger side windows. I can simply roll down the back window to get air. I love that the truck came with a secured truck bed cover, one that I can lock and unlock. Gas mileage is incredible, I can get more in this truck that I can in the car I had previous to this. I also like that the truck came with a hitch, in case I wanted to pull something.

I normally have to borrow a truck when trying to move stuff, so it felt really good when I had my own truck to load a washer AND dryer in one visit.

I normally have to borrow a truck when trying to move stuff, so it felt really good when I had my own truck to load a washer AND dryer in one visit.

The truck has the feel of a truck without the gas prices lately. Also, the gas mileage is normally bad with trucks, but my truck can get up to 400 miles to a full tank of gas. I also like the bed cover, b/c if I want to put something in the bed of the truck versus the back seat, then I can just throw in the bed of the truck, lock it.

The truck has the feel of a truck without the gas prices lately. Also, the gas mileage is normally bad with trucks, but my truck can get up to 400 miles to a full tank of gas. I also like the bed cover, b/c if I want to put something in the bed of the truck versus the back seat, then I can just throw in the bed of the truck, lock it.

Even though the truck is a smaller truck, it takes a lot of gas. Also, the bed cover is heavy, so not easy to carry by one person, I need help to pick it up and put back on the truck. I wish the bed was a bigger bed, because even though it is a truck, the bed is smaller, thus limiting how much can carry around. Also, I wish this truck would of come with one of those extender's, to make more room in the bed of the truck. One thing I wish this truck had was the 4x4 package. Another thing I wish this truck had is the light on the display where the heat/air is. That hot/cold display is not lit... (more)

Even though the truck is a smaller truck, it takes a lot of gas. Also, the bed cover is heavy, so not easy to carry by one person, I need help to pick it up and put back on the truck. I wish the bed was a bigger bed, because even though it is a truck, the bed is smaller, thus limiting how much can carry around. Also, I wish this truck would of come with one of those extender's, to make more room in the bed of the truck. One thing I wish this truck had was the 4x4 package. Another thing I wish this truck had is the light on the display where the heat/air is. That hot/cold display is not lit up, so you basically have to go off memory of what setting it is on.

Sours: https://www.autolist.com/ford-explorer+sport+trac

Be Smart, Check in Advance. CARFAX — Your Vehicle History.

CARFAX — Your Vehicle History Expert

Sometimes what you don't know can't hurt you, but that's not the case when buying a used car. As an independent vehicle history provider, at CARFAX we've made it our mission to tell you everything you need to know by uncovering as many events as possible from the previous life of a used car. Our primary goal is to help you get to know your next car from the inside out before deciding to make an investment that will be part of you and your family's everyday life. We believe your next car shouldn't be hiding anything from you.

CARFAX Vehicle History Reports contain over 28 billion historical records from 20 European countries, the US and Canada, which are updated daily with new information.

Even if you live in a country we don't collect vehicle data from, it's still always worth checking the Vehicle Identification Number without obligation. The used car import and export market is booming and many owners would be surprised to find out exactly what happened to their vehicle during its previous life abroad.

Privacy for Customers — Transparency over Vehicles

Let's be clear: Although we strive to find every detail of a vehicle's life so far, we are focused only on the vehicle's history, and do not collect any information on previous owners. The information we provide relates solely to the vehicle, its odometer reading, any accidents that have been covered up, where the vehicle comes from and much more — it never gets personal. We've uncovered irreparable damage several times in the past, but other times our vehicle history checks draw a blank — and sometimes that's actually a good thing.

Second Hand — Not Second Best

Did you know that considerably more used cars are sold than new cars? We think this second-hand system is nothing short of fantastic. However, it goes without saying that it gives rise to different methods and tactics: Some sellers will disguise a car that's been in an accident under a fresh coat of paint, tamper with the odometer or conceal theft. This is one of the less appealing aspects of buying second hand. Our goal is to establish trusting relationships between buyers and sellers, since this is the best way to help customers make the right decision. Your new car should be reliable and make you feel safe, as well as make you feel like you haven't paid too much.

But more than anything else, we don't want you or your family unknowingly sitting behind the wheel of a vehicle that isn't 100% safe. This is why we strive to take these vehicles off the road, which not only makes the used car market safer but our streets safer too.

CARFAX — 35+ Years of Experience in Vehicle Histories

CARFAX was founded in the US in 1984 and expanded into Europe in 2007. Around 100 team members spread across six European offices process vehicle information from 22 countries.

Fostering strategic partnerships with registration authorities, law enforcement agencies, government departments, insurance companies, inspection centers and numerous other leading companies around the world has enabled us to compile a unique international database for vehicle histories. We use this database to help make the used car market more transparent. We give everyone in the process of buying a used car access to what is currently the world's most comprehensive source for vehicle history reports, and is growing day by day.

We remain neutral and independent despite our partnerships — our sole purpose is help customers make an informed choice and ensure their safety and the safety of their family. This includes never collecting any personal details — we do not accept any PII from data sources amongst the information we provide about a vehicle. We ensure that data protection laws are observed at all times. Furthermore, we always collect our data in compliance with legal and regulatory frameworks — in all the countries in which we are active. We expressly distance ourselves from illegal activities such as data theft, scraping and hacking.

Sours: https://www.carfax.com/Used-Ford-Explorer-Sport-Trac_w259
  1. Learn apex coding
  2. Phone clone huawei
  3. Bo4 zombie glitches
  4. Ps4 building boston

Ford Explorer Sport Trac

Motor vehicle

The Ford Explorer Sport Trac (also shortened to Ford Sport Trac) is a pickup truck that was manufactured and marketed by Ford Motor Company for the North American market. The first mid-sized pickup truck produced by Ford, the Sport Trac was marketed from the 2001 to the 2010 model years (skipping the 2006 model year). Sized between the Ranger (whose crew cab variants were sold outside of North America) and the F-150, the Sport Trac largely competed against crew-cab variants of the Chevrolet Colorado/GMC Canyon, Dodge Dakota, Nissan Frontier, and Toyota Tacoma.

Produced over two generations, the Ford Explorer Sport Trac shared its chassis and much of its body from the Ford Explorer SUV (with the pickup truck bed designed specifically for the model line). All production was sourced from the Louisville Assembly Plant in Louisville, Kentucky (taking the place of the Ford Ranger).

As Ford developed the fifth-generation Ford Explorer SUV for the 2011 model year, the Sport Trac was phased out of the model line, with production ending in October 2010. Closely matching the Sport Trac in size, the fourth-generation Ford Ranger serves the same market function in its SuperCrew four-door crew cab configuration.

First generation (2001–2005)[edit]

Motor vehicle

Introduced in February 2000 as an early 2001 model, the Ford Explorer Sport Trac was brought to market. While marketed as a variant of the Ford Explorer SUV model line, the Sport Trac was functionally a crew-cab mid-size pickup truck. Slotted in between the Ford Ranger SuperCab (crew-cab Ford Rangers were never marketed in North America) and the F-150 SuperCrew, the Sport Trac became the first mid-size pickup truck produced by Ford. In terms of layout, the Sport Trac was followed by the Chevrolet Avalanche and Honda Ridgeline, both crew cab pickup truck derived from SUVs.

Chassis[edit]

The Ford Explorer Sport Trac shares the Ford UN105 platform with the second-generation Ford Explorer. To accommodate for the addition of a pickup bed, the wheelbase of the Explorer Sport Trac was lengthened from 111.6 inches to 125.9 inches (matching the Ford Ranger SuperCab). As with the Ford Explorer and Ford Explorer Sport, rear-wheel drive was standard, with ControlTrac four-wheel drive as an optional powertrain configuration. A 210 hp SOHC 4.0L V6 was the sole engine offering. A five-speed manual transmission was standard, with a five-speed automatic transmission available as an option.

During the 2001 model year, the 4.0L V6 underwent revisions, shifting from an alloy intake manifold to a composite design; the oil filler cap switched locations from the driver side to the passenger side of the engine. For 2002, the chassis was given four-wheel disc brakes (replacing rear drum brakes) with the rear discs being the largest offered on a solid rear axle Explorer (11.83" vs 11.2"). The fuel tank was also enlarged from 20 gallons to 22 gallons.

Body[edit]

Built on a lengthened Ford Explorer chassis, the Sport Trac was constructed using parts from three Ford vehicles, with the addition of model-specific pickup truck bed. Sharing the front fascia and fenders with the two-door Explorer Sport, the four-door cab was constructed from the four-door Ford Explorer (with modified rear doors). Designed specifically for the Sport Trac, the 50-inch long[1] pickup bed was constructed entirely of plastic composite material; the tailgate was shared with the Ford F-150 SuperCrew. To add additional load space for the shortened pickup bed, Ford offered a metal load extender to be used with the tailgate. Another option included a removable hard plastic tonneau cover for the pickup bed.

Sharing its interior with the two-door and four-door Explorer (which shared much of its dashboard with the Ranger), the Sport Trac retained the fold-down rear seats of the four-door Explorer to expand storage space. A full rubber floor was standard (as in base-trim pickup trucks), with berber-style carpet floor mats. The Sport Trac was configured with a power-retractable "Breezeway" rear window (a feature last used by Ford on the 1965 Mercury line) in place of a sliding rear window.

During 2002, several changes were made to the exterior badging, with "Explorer" removed from the doors and "Sport Trac" (on the tailgate) changed to chrome, from red/white plastic. In another revision, the B-pillars were changed from black to body-colored. For 2004, the gray bumpers and side skirts were darkened in color; a new option offered body-color bumpers and side skirts.

  • 2001 Ford Explorer Sport Trac XLS

  • 2001 Ford Explorer Sport Trac XLT

  • 2002 Ford Explorer Sport Trac, rear ¾

  • 2003-2004 Ford Explorer Sport Trac XLT

Trim[edit]

In line with the second-generation Ford Explorer four-door, beginning in 2002, the Ford Explorer Sport Trac was offered in a XLS trim level (steel wheels, cloth seats) and an XLT trim level (alloy wheels), and 2003, an XLT Premium trim level (leather seats)

  • XLS - Included: cloth upholstery, styled-steel rims, air conditioning, an AM/FM stereo with single-CD player and four speakers (60W), power doors and windows with auto drivers side window, and a tachometer.
  • XLT - Added: automatic transmission, alloy rims, an AM/FM premium stereo with single-CD and cassette players and four premium speakers (80W), keyless entry, speed control, leather-wrapped steering wheel, and power mirrors. Leather seats are an option.
  • XLT Premium - Added: Power driver's seat, rear audio controls with headphone jacks, automatic headlamps, fog lamps, overhead console, and tow hooks (4x4 models only).

Second generation (2007–2010)[edit]

Motor vehicle

In 2006, Ford released the second-generation Ford Explorer Sport Trac. After skipping the 2006 model year, the new design was released as for the 2007 model year. Adopting many updates of the 2006 redesign of the Ford Explorer/Mercury Mountaineer, the Sport Trac received a redesigned frame and the introduction of several safety features, including stability control and active rollover protection (named AdvanceTrac and Roll Stability Control by Ford, respectively).

Chassis[edit]

The second-generation Ford Explorer Sport Trac shares the Ford U251 chassis with the fourth-generation Ford Explorer. As part of the redesign, the wheelbase was stretched to 130.5 inches (4.6 inches longer than the previous generation). In a break from its predecessor, the 2007 Sport Trac adopted the four-wheel independent suspension of the Ford Explorer; with the exception of the Honda Ridgeline and Hummer H1, the Sport Trac became the first pickup truck with such a suspension layout.

As a standard engine, the second-generation Sport Trac retained the 4.0L V6 of its predecessor. For the first time the Sport Trac offered a V8 engine option, the 292 hp 4.6L 24-valve Modular V8 used in the F-150 pickups. The five-speed manual transmission was discontinued, with the 5R55W five-speed automatic becoming standard equipment with the 4.0L V6 and the 4.6 3V V8; in 2009 the 6R80 6 speed automatic replaced the 5 speed behind the V8.

Body[edit]

Again derived from a lengthened Ford Explorer, the second-generation Sport Trac was fitted with a plastic composite pickup truck bed. As the two-door Ford Explorer Sport was discontinued in 2003, the second-generation Sport Trac adopted the front fascia of the four-door Explorer. In a minor styling shift, while the large front fender flares were withdrawn, the rear ones continued, styled similar to the F-150 FlareSide pickup bed.

Largely sharing its rear doors with the Ford Explorer (with a lack of a rear wheel cutout in the lower corners, due to the longer wheelbase), the Sport Trac retained a Hofmeister kink in the rear quarter windows. As with its predecessor, the Sport Trac retained the power-retractable "breezeway" rear window.

For 2008, the Adrenalin appearance package (see below) was added, along with the addition of SYNC as an infotainment media system.

  • 2007-2008 Ford Explorer Sport Trac XLT

  • 2007 Ford Explorer Sport Trac Limited

  • Ford Explorer Sport Trac XLT, showing bed extender deployed

  • Ford Explorer Sport Trac Adrenalin

  • Ford Explorer Sport Trac Adrenalin, rear ¾ (tailgate up)

Trim[edit]

In contrast to the Explorer SUV, the second-generation Sport Trac was offered with only two trim levels, both common to the Explorer. On the Sport Trac, the XLT (mid-range on the Explorer) served as the standard trim level, with the Limited serving as the upgraded trim level. Along with the standardization of many optional features of the XLT, the monochromatic Limited replaces the chrome grille and black lower body trim of the XLT with a body-color grille and trim.

During the development of the second-generation Sport Trac, Ford SVT developed the Sport Trac Adrenalin. Powered by a supercharged version of the 4.6L V8 (producing 390 hp), the Adrenalin was intended as a 2007 successor for the F-150 Lightning pickup truck. As part of The Way Forward, the Sport Trac Adrenalin project was cancelled.[3] For 2008, the Adrenalin became part of the Sport Trac model line as an option package. While the SVT-supercharged V8 was not included, many design elements of the model were included, including its blacked-out headlights, black grille, model-specific bumpers, model-specific front fenders (distinguished by side vents), monochromatic interior trim, integrated running boards, and 20-inch alloy wheels.

  • XLT - Included: cloth upholstery, power driver's seat, power mirrors, power locks, power windows with automatic driver's side window, four spoke steering wheel, overhead console, illuminated entry, air conditioning, 16" alloy rims, security alarm, and an AM/FM radio with a single-CD player with MP3 capability.
  • Limited - Added: leather-wrapped steering wheel with shift knob, 18" alloy rims, fog lamps, automatic headlamps, body color bumpers and mirrors, and a floor console.

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Media related to Ford Explorer Sport Trac at Wikimedia Commons

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_Explorer_Sport_Trac
Short Takes: 2001 Ford Explorer Sport Trac (Start Up, Engine, Tour)

New Transactions

Oct 20Oct 20Oct 20Oct 20Oct 20Oct 20Oct 19

Pavel Buchnevich, LW

Suspended 2 games for Unsportsmanlike Conduct (headbutt) against Arizona (AZ), forfeiting $141,463 in 2021-22 salary with St. Louis (STL)

Oct 19Oct 19Oct 19Oct 19Oct 19Oct 19Oct 19Oct 19Oct 19Oct 19Oct 19Oct 19Oct 19Oct 19Oct 19Oct 19Oct 19Oct 19

View More Transactions


ALL

Latest Posts

2021 Opening Week Positional Spending Breakdown
2021 Opening Week Positional Spending Breakdown
2018 Rookie Scale Extension Updates and Predictions
2018 Rookie Scale Extension Updates and Predictions
NFL Team Cash Spending Since 2016
NFL Team Cash Spending Since 2016
The 2021 NFL All-Dead Team
The 2021 NFL All-Dead Team
Shortening the MLB Draft, Installing a Rookie Wage Scale, & Leaning into the Youth Movement
Shortening the MLB Draft, Installing a Rookie Wage Scale, & Leaning into the Youth Movement
NBA Free Agency: 5 Lists of 5
NBA Free Agency: 5 Lists of 5
Projected 2021 NFL Best Value Roster
Projected 2021 NFL Best Value Roster
2021 NFL Quarterback Contract Tiers
2021 NFL Quarterback Contract Tiers
» View More

Recent Quick Spots

Trolling & Analyzing the Strength of Patrick Mahomes' Contract

Mike Ginnitti accounts for a recent tweet by diving even deeper into the "guarantee mechanisms" of Patrick Mahomes massive contract with the Chiefs, accounting for all of the upcoming triggers, breaking down the dead cap/cash & savings each year through 2031, & comparing it directly to Josh Allen's recent extension in Buffalo.

2018 NBA Rookie Class Extensions

A recap of the record-breaking 2018 NBA Rookie Class extensions.

2021 MLB Incentives & Bonuses

A look at MLB players who earned bonuses or escalators based on their production over the past 162 regular season games.

Recently Updated

Jonas Valanciunas

C, New Orleans Pelicans

Christian Vital

PG, Houston Rockets

Olivier Sarr

F, Oklahoma City Thunder

Justin Jaworski

G, Oklahoma City Thunder

Derek Culver

C, Indiana Pacers

Bennie Boatwright

PF, Indiana Pacers

Axel Toupane

SG, Golden State Warriors

Nik Stauskas

SG, Denver Nuggets
Sours: https://www.spotrac.com/

Trac sport

Ford Explorer Sport Trac

Based on the Explorer, the Sport Trac is a four-door pickup with a five-passenger cabin and a small cargo bed. Handling is secure and relatively responsive, but the ride is stiff, choppy, and uncomfortable.

An adequate selection of storage nooks is provided, along with a removable zippered bag between the front seats. The four-foot cargo bed, with a volume of about 30 cubic feet, is made of sturdy, rustproof plastic. Because it is relatively short, its usefulness is somewhat limited, but an optional bed extender stretches the usable load floor to the end of the tailgate. Properly equipped, Explorer Sport Trac is good to tow 5,100 pounds. However, a tip-up of the two-wheel-drive version in the government rollover test is a concern. Therefore, we recommend only the four-wheel-drive version.

More
Sours: https://www.consumerreports.org/cars/ford/explorer-sport-trac/
*****SOLD***** 2010 Ford Explorer Sport Trac Adrenalin Walkaround, Start up, Tour and Overview SOLD

Artyom sometimes followed Peter, because he knew that something was wrong. With him. Subconsciously, he understood that Peter was somehow especially disposed towards Yuri. He couldn't remember how he could have known Peter. Only one moment came to my mind when Artyom saw Peter on the street.

Now discussing:

A beautiful face with thin eyebrows, a neat nose, full lips and a small a dimple in her chin. She didn't need a plastic surgeon, a gym, or a diet to look amazing. And what else did her husband want.



1701 1702 1703 1704 1705