Bed Cover, Bed Liner, Running Boards, Alloy Wheels, Traction Control, Side Airbags
6 Cylinders, 2WD, 4.0L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 79K Miles, White/Tan
Bed Cover, 4WD/AWD, Leather Seats, Satellite Radio Ready, Parking Sensors, Sunroof(s)
8 Cylinders, 4WD, 4.6L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 99K Miles, White/Tan
Running Boards, Alloy Wheels, Auxiliary Audio Input, Traction Control, Side Airbags, Full Roof Rack
6 Cylinders, 2WD, 4.0L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 128K Miles, Gray/Tan
I moved from a manual transmission 4 cylinder to a automatic transmission 6 cylinder. This truck has lots of power and can make it over hills and passes at the posted speed limit. The cruise control is a fabulous feature on long drives. The color is a beautiful blue. I wasn't picky about that but lucked out that this one was on the lot when I went looking. The gas tank is huge which makes stopping on long trips further between. City driving is good too. Excellent in morning and evening traffic. There is excellent pick up when merging onto the freeway. With no camper on the back the blind spots are minimal. The extended cab is a great feature. I can keep tie downs, etc, with the truck permanently. You can also put all your luggage there and not worry about damage or theft from the truck bed. You also don't loose any space in the bed by having to put a truck box in the back to store stuff in. I would totally recommend this truck to someone who is looking for a light/medium duty truck.
I have wanted a SportTrac ever since they came out. I like the 4 door passenger capacity (took 5 adults out in it the other day comfortably!) and yet I have the carry capacity of a pickup (albeit a short-bed). I bought my SportTrac just in time to take it on a road trip over Thanksgiving. The ride was (and is) incredibly smooth. My version is the Limited, so it's loaded with all the gadgets. I absolutely LOVE the Sync feature that allows handsfree dialing/calling. On the downside, the mileage could be better, but I knew that going in and got the V8/4WD regardless. Chicago winters can be brutal and my primary road to work doesn't always get plowed the best. With all that considered, I've still pulled around 20 mpg on the highway, which is above what Ford says I should be getting. Not too sure about the "smart" 4WD engage. It seems a bit jerky in comparison to my '02 Escapes "smart" 4WD. Overall, I'm very pleased to be driving the truck I always wanted.
Great looking car - a pickup that is built on an SUV chassis. Has a great ride and still has the advantages of a pickup.