Bed Cover, Parking Sensors, Bed Liner, Running Boards, Alloy Wheels, Auxiliary Audio Input
6 Cylinders, 2WD, 4.0L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 84K Miles, White/Black
Bed Cover, 4WD/AWD, Parking Sensors, Running Boards, Alloy Wheels, Auxiliary Audio Input
6 Cylinders, 4WD, 4.0L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 105K Miles, White/Black
I love this truck because it very unique and versatile as well! This is the 'Adrenalin' package of the Ford Explorer Sport Trac and really actually looks like a sportier, special edition F150 with its' special body paneling and 20" wheels. It has lots of interior and cargo space and the optional bed cover looks and functions great. I read somewhere in the manual it's built for the 'urban explorer' which is exactly what it's great for and probably a little more than that especially if you spring for the 4x4 V8 which is a little more power than I needed. And I must say, I'm thoroughly enjoying the power/fuel efficiency of the 4.0L V6 in my 2010 Sport Trac Adrenalin. For the ones who want to stand out and have a great versatile truck!
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.
I loved my 2004 Ford Sport Trac. So much so that I worked hard to locate and purchase a 2010 Sport Trac, once I heard Ford would no longer produce the Sport Trac line. I am so disappointed! Ford changed so much of what was good about the Sport Trac it's no wonder the sales went down leading to the discontinuation of the model. The primary reason I purchased a Sport Trac in the beginning was the great ride. It rode like an SUV but functioned as a small pick up. The 2010 rides like a pick up with uncomfortable seats. The storage space inside the vehicle (console, cubbies behind the back seat) was greatly reduced. When the back seats are folded down for more cargo space, there is a huge gap between the seats and the back wall that allows items to slip under the seats. I could go on but my point is I hate what Ford did to the Sport Trac and wish they could have left well enough alone. I'll ditch my 2010 as soon as possible and take a strong look at the Toyota Tundra. Bummer!