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2010 Ford
Explorer Sport Trac

$17,998* 88K miles
CarMax Fredericksburg
Available in Fredericksburg, VA
Available in Fredericksburg, VA
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Location: CarMax Fredericksburg in Fredericksburg, Virginia 22407
Description: Used 2010 Ford Explorer Sport Trac XLT for sale - $17,998, 88,171 miles with Bed Cover, 4WD/AWD, Satellite Radio Ready, Parking Sensors, Bed Liner, Alloy Wheels
Transmission: Automatic Color:Gray Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (4 reviews) This is our third Sport Trac. We owned a base model 2003 version several years ago which we towed behind our motorhome. We sold it when we sold the RV, and found we missed it so much, that we found a 2008 model which we put many carefree miles. Last June we found our 2010 Limited model with less than 30,000 miles. Copper/Brown accents and it looked like it had just rolled out of the showroom. I've had several offers to buy it, but as most Sport Trac owners will testify, these rare trucks are keepers. I hope Ford reintroduces the model soon. No other small truck comes close to the looks and practicability.

Reviews for Ford Explorer Sport Trac

Overall Rating

4.3 out of 5(89 reviews)

Our 3rd Sport Trac. Awesome Vehicles

This is our third Sport Trac. We owned a base model 2003 version several years ago which we towed behind our motorhome. We sold it when we sold the RV, and found we missed it so much, that we found a 2008 model which we put many carefree miles. Last June we found our 2010 Limited model with less than 30,000 miles. Copper/Brown accents and it looked like it had just rolled out of the showroom. I've had several offers to buy it, but as most Sport Trac owners will testify, these rare trucks are keepers. I hope Ford reintroduces the model soon. No other small truck comes close to the looks and practicability.

- Kenneth Smith, 2010 Ford Explorer Sport Trac

Perfect truck ever made-can't believe they stopped

This is the "perfect" truck. Not too big. Not too small. It has a power slide down 3/4 wide rear window. The rear seat comfortably holds 3 people with its own rear a/c vents. They fold down flat for ample cargo area to carry any number of large items, animals, packages, tools, etc. The rear bed can easily carry 4' wide sheets of plywood and other construction materials. The only thing I am upset about is that Ford discontinued this vehicle as of 2010. Why I will never understand.

- Jill Jester, 2007 Ford Explorer Sport Trac

Great Value for Technical Goodies

This is a unique vehicle for someone with unique needs. It's not a pickup truck; 'real truck' owners tend to want the old-fashioned leaf spring, live axle and a 'locked or open, no other choice' 4WD system. They don't know what they're missing. The '07-'01 Sport Trac comes with independent front and rear suspension, and a sophisticated RWD drivetrain with Traction-on-Demand (that's the actual name that Borg Warner uses for this AWD/4WD system a.k.a. 'AdvanceTrac', Ford's brand name). Its drivetrain and suspension literally have more in common with a Lamborghini than a pickup truck, which is precisely why I chose it. Whether in SUV trim or in Sport Trac trim, this is a vehicle for people who drive on roads that can get treacherous, and want mainly RWD performance, along with a seamless transition to more traction as needed. I don't want to go to mud bogs, or drive over rocks; I just want a solid body-on-frame vehicle that can get me through the worst weather. That's not to say that it can't go off-road, though. Why choose the Sport Trac over the Explorer SUV? For me, it was a matter of visibility. I tried several SUVs, and didn't like the many blind spots to the rear. I can handle the blind spots in my Mustang, but not twice as many in a much larger vehicle! I was delighted to find that the features offered by the Sport Trac, the bed, the power rear window etc. all suited my needs well. The tonneau cover and in-bed compartments keep stuff hidden away from prying eyes, which I didn't like about the SUV layout. One more bonus: my 86-year-old mother, who needs a walker to get around, absolutely loves getting in and out of my Sport Trac! I was afraid that it would be too high for her, but she says that it's just right. I am somewhat disappointed with the less than expected output of the 3-valve 4.6l V-8. The same motor makes the new Mustangs so hot, but it lacks something in the Sport Trac. That's something that I can fix with aftermarket parts... Get 'em while they last. This is the last of the smallest Ford V-8, body-on-frame, primarily RWD-but AWD sport ute. Starting in 2010-2011, the platform on which the Sport Trac is based will go away, to be replaced by a wimpy 'crossover' unibody, primarily FWD (transverse engine), gutless paper tiger platform -- just like all of the other gigantic economy car platforms that are now dominating the SUV market.

- Mustang Driver, 2007 Ford Explorer Sport Trac

This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.