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2008 Ford Explorer
1
  • suv 185,504
  • 2,111 below average
  • 7,999 great
  • Houston, TX
  • cars.com
  • 2,111 below average suv 185,504 gasoline automatic
This model sets itself apart with better ride and handling relative to pickups, standard safety features, Convenient mix of SUV and pickup, and lofty towing ability. This SUV is a superb example of what a tough, work focused vehicle should be Bucket Seats✔ Power Locks✔ Power Windows✔ AM/FM✔ Cruise Control✔ Air Conditioning✔ MP3 Player✔ CD Player✔ Aluminum Wheels
7,999 Houston, TXHouston, TX at cars.com
Used 2008 Ford Explorer Sport Trac Limited
3
  • suv 167,439
  • 299 below average
  • 9,811 fair
  • Marietta, GA
  • kbb.com
  • 299 below average suv 167,439 automatic
Strengths of this model include better ride and handling relative to pickups, standard safety features, Convenient mix of SUV and pickup, and lofty towing ability
9,811 Marietta, GAMarietta, GA at kbb.com
Used 2008 Ford Explorer Sport Trac Limited
3
  • suv 63,632
  • 16,580 overpriced
  • Terrell, TX
  • kbb.com
  • suv 63,632 gasoline automatic
Just try this this fuel-efficient 2008 Ford Explorer Sport Trac on for size, that's how. Call Dealer to confirm availability, and schedule a hassle free Test Drive. Bucket Seats✔ Power Windows✔ Tachometer✔ AM/FM✔ CD Player✔ Air Conditioning✔ MP3 Player✔ Aluminum Wheels
16,580 Terrell, TXTerrell, TX at kbb.com
2008 Ford Explorer Sport Trac
1
  • suv 107,821
  • 15,495 overpriced
  • Chandler, AZ
  • cars.com
  • suv 107,821 gasoline automatic
Explorer Sport Trac Limited, 4WD, and Silver Birch Clearcoat Metallic
15,495 Chandler, AZChandler, AZ at cars.com
2008 Ford Explorer Sport Trac
1
  • suv 124,994
  • 10,998 high price
  • Mesa, AZ
  • cars.com
  • suv 124,994 gasoline automatic
This model sets itself apart with better ride and handling relative to pickups, standard safety features, Convenient mix of SUV and pickup, and lofty towing ability. This Ford Explorer Sport Trac looks like has never been used AM/FM✔ Bucket Seats✔ Power Locks✔ Power Windows✔ Cruise Control✔ CD Player✔ Bluetooth✔ Air Conditioning✔ MP3 Player✔ Aluminum Wheels
10,998 Mesa, AZMesa, AZ at cars.com
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2008 Ford Explorer Sport Trac XLT 4.0L 2WD
3
  • suv 159,348
  • 1,122 below average
  • 8,988 good
  • Dallas, TX
  • autoshopper.com
  • 1,122 below average suv 159,348 gasoline silver automatic
2008 ford explorer sport trac review this car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale. It comes standard with a 4. 0-liter v6 that makes 210 horsepower, and a 292-hp v8 is optional. The power is delivered smoothly, but isn't as responsive in passing maneuvers as some might wish.  the sport trac's high ride height means the ride quality gets a bit busy over potholed or broken pavement, but otherwise, the ride is smooth, thanks in part to an independent rear suspension that also aids handling. Directional stability is good, steering response is quick, and body lean is well controlled for a heavy vehicle.  inside, the sport trac has easy-to-read instruments and nice materials. Unfortunately, the door pulls are strangely positioned, making them hard to operate for some. Room, on the other hand, is plentiful front and rear. The most notable new feature, available on late-2008 models, is ford's sync communications and entertainment system. New standard features include fog lights, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a power rear window, a drop-in storage bin, and side curtain airbags. The 4. 0-liter v6 with five-speed automatic transmission comes standard on both trim levels. The 4. 6-liter v8 is an option for both trim levels 1295) and comes with a six-speed automatic. Sundry exterior trim pieces that are painted black on the xlt change to body color or silver on the limited. Rear obstacle detection 295) is optional. walkaroundthe 2008 explorer sport trac looks very much like the 2008 explorer. From just behind the front doors forward, it shares its design with the current explorer. This is part of ford's plan to push brand identity, and why the fronts of ford's light-duty trucks, be they pickups or suvs, wear many of the same design features. Common features with the explorer include the chrome-framed grille, bumper centerpiece, lower air intake, wraparound body-color lower fascia above the blacked-out front air dam, and the signature geometric housings for the compound headlights/running lights.  the 2008 sport trac is considerably longer than the explorer. Wheelbase (distance between the tires front to rear) and overall length (bumper to bumper) are both almost 17 inches longer. Thus, while the explorer is the more people-oriented of the two, the sport trac's longer wheelbase promises a less choppy, more controlled ride. The dodge dakota quad cab is the only other midsize pickup to exceed the sport trac in wheelbase and overall length, and by less than an inch in wheelbase. The sport trac's bed is 4. 5 feet long, the rest around 5 feet.  from the rear, the sport trac looks like a ford pickup. One distinctive aspect is that the sides of the bed and the tailgate rise as much as three inches higher than is the norm in the segment. While this increases the space enclosed by the bed, it definitely makes hefting boxes and bags up and over into the bed more of a strain, a painful trait it shares with the honda ridgeline. By making the sport trac look taller, it also raises the sport trac's visual center of gravity, although the wider body and wider track help to reduce this impression. interiorinside, the 2008 ford explorer sport trac looks a lot like the explorer cabin. Not that it lacks anything by way of necessities or has been saddled with an abbreviated option list, but there's more borrowed than new. The sport trac shares virtually all of its interior, from trim to seat frames, with the explorer.  the instruments are simple and easy to scan. The fuel and coolant gauges are tucked away in the lower, outer quadrants of the tachometer and speedometer; they could be larger and located closer to the driver's line of sight. The center stack is packed with functions but it's intuitively organized, with readily deciphered controls and displays. However, we'd prefer a tuning knob for the radio instead of the sport trac's slow scanning rocker switch.  the optional navigation system pushes the audio controls to the side and either gangs some functions or transfers them to the lcd screen, and it's a clean look. The only real concern here is with the number of components making up the dash assembly. The fewer the components the better, generally speaking, to reduce the number of squeaks as the miles pile up, and the sport trac's dash has one of the highest counts we've seen.  the seats are comfortable, though the bottom cushions front and rear could provide more thigh support. Foot clearance in the rear doorways when climbing in and out is cramped, but once inside, there's decent area beneath the front seats. All five seating positions get three-point seatbelts, but only the front seats and the outboard rear seats get the adjustable full-size head restraints. Comparatively speaking, the sport trac's interior lands squarely in the middle of the segment. The nissan frontier and toyota tacoma have a few tenths of an inch more front-seat headroom, the honda ridgeline almost an inch. The frontier and the ridgeline are tops in rear-seat headroom, but by only tenths of an inch. The chevy colorado has an inch and a half more front-seat legroom but almost two inches less rear-seat legroom. Bottom line, sport trac interior roominess is comparable to that of midsize crew cab pickups.  the sport trac's door panels, borrowed from the explorer, aren't so good. While certain elements are reasonably ergonomic, the placement of the door handles is a prime example of logic gone wrong. Intended to improve occupant protection in side impact crashes by adding crush space, the placement of the door pull below and forward of the armrest puts it where it's awkward to grab hold of and operate. The glove box is adequate. The front center console hosts two cupholders adjacent to the shift gate. Two more cupholders for the rear seat fit behind the front center console's hinged, padded top. The center console is big and deep. The front door map pockets have a space for a water bottle molded into their hard plastic enclosures.  back i.
8,988 Dallas, TXDallas, TX at autoshopper.com
Used 2008 Ford Explorer Sport Trac 4x4 Limited
2
  • suv 71,543
  • 16,998 overpriced
  • Norristown, PA
  • kbb.com
  • suv 71,543 black automatic
With improved performance, mileage and acceleration, this 2008 4WD Ford Explorer Sport Trac Limited 4WD LEATHER MEDIA SCREEN MOONROOF is king of the off-road. Car Vision is pleased to be currently offering this 2008 Ford Explorer Sport Trac Limited 4WD LEATHER MEDIA SCREEN MOONROOF with 71,543 miles. The Ford Explorer Sport Trac Limited 4WD LEATHER MEDIA SCREEN MOON AM/FM✔ Bucket Seats✔ MP3 Player✔ Air Conditioning✔ Bluetooth✔ Sunroof/Moonroof✔ Aluminum Wheels
16,998 Norristown, PANorristown, PA at kbb.com
2008 Ford Explorer Sport Trac XLT 4.6L 2WD
3
  • suv 115,949
  • Joshua, TX
  • autoshopper.com
  • suv 115,949 gasoline silver automatic
Directional stability is good, steering response is quick, and body lean is well controlled for a heavy vehicle
Joshua, TXJoshua, TX at autoshopper.com
2008 Ford Explorer Sport Trac XLT
1
  • suv 122,178
  • 11,991 high price
  • McDonald, TN
  • getauto.com
  • suv 122,178 gasoline green automatic
It's a sturdy performer with surprisingly good gas mileage.
11,991 McDonald, TNMcDonald, TN at getauto.com
2008 Ford Explorer Sport Trac - Rapid City, SD
3
  • suv
  • 14,990 overpriced
  • Rapid City, SD
  • freeclassifieds.com
  • suv automatic
In addition to being well-cared for, this Ford Explorer Sport Trac has very low mileage making it a rare find. The Ford Explorer Sport Trac XLT redefines the SUV and makes the perfect all around family companion. Interesting features of this model are better ride and handling relative to pickups, standard safety features, Convenient mix of SUV and pickup, and lofty towing ability. Bucket Seats✔ AM/FM✔ MP3 Player✔ Air Conditioning✔ Aluminum Wheels
14,990 Rapid City, SDRapid City, SD at freeclassifieds.com
2008 Ford Explorer Sport Trac
1
  • suv 100,222
  • 13,500 high price
  • Delaware, OH
  • cars.com
  • suv 100,222 gasoline automatic
It's a sturdy performer with surprisingly good gas mileage
13,500 Delaware, OHDelaware, OH at cars.com
2008 Ford Explorer Sport Trac - Limited
3
  • suv 159,533
  • 13,989 high price
  • Fort Wayne, IN
  • carsforsale.com
  • suv 159,533 gasoline black automatic
The Ford Explorer Sport Trac is the benchmark all other SUVs strive to meet. With exceptional power, towing and handling, this SUV can handle anything thrown at it. Marked by excellent quality and features with unmistakable refined leather interior that added value and class to the Ford Explorer Sport Trac. This wonderfully maintained Ford Explorer Sport Trac is in the top 10% of its class when it comes to cleanliness and condition. Rock from block-to-block in this chic vehicle with a premier stereo entertainment package. This Ford Explorer Sport Trac Limited 4WD comes standard with features that are essential in the 21st Century. However, Ford decided to take it one step further and add a handful of quintessential options that will undoubtedly add to this vehicle's quality and value. The paint on this Ford Explorer Sport Trac Limited 4WD is near flawless few scratches, few blemishes, but no need to spend extra money on touch ups. This incredibly rare Ford Explorer Sport Trac Limited 4WD is a work of art and is the type of vehicle a true automotive aficionado will appreciate for a lifetime. The upgraded wheels on this Ford Explorer Sport Trac offer an improved ride and an attractive accent to the vehicle. Its versatile setup includes seating for up to five passengers with cargo capacity similar to a short-bed pickup. Strengths of this model include better ride and handling relative to pickups, standard safety features, convenient mix of SUV and pickup, and lofty towing ability. bartscarstore.com Go to http://www. bartscarstore.com for REAL walk-around video of this vehicle! MP3 Player✔ AM/FM✔ Bucket Seats✔ Air Conditioning✔ Sunroof/Moonroof✔ Aluminum Wheels✔ Bluetooth✔ Leather Seats✔ Alloy Wheels
13,989 Fort Wayne, INFort Wayne, IN at carsforsale.com
2008 Ford Explorer Sport Trac - Fort Wayne, IN
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  • suv
  • 13,989 high price
  • Fort Wayne, IN
  • freeclassifieds.com
  • suv automatic
The Ford Explorer Sport Trac is the benchmark all other SUVs strive to meet. With exceptional power, towing and handling, this SUV can handle anything thrown at it. Marked by excellent quality and features with unmistakable refined leather interior that added value and class to the Ford Explorer Sport Trac. This wonderfully maintained Ford Explorer Sport Trac is in the top 10% of its class when it comes to cleanliness and condition. Rock from block-to-block in this chic vehicle with a premier stereo entertainment package. This Ford Explorer Sport Trac Limited 4WD comes standard with features that are essential in the 21st Century. However, Ford decided to take it one step further and add a handful of quintessential options that will undoubtedly add to this vehicle's quality and value. The paint on this Ford Explorer Sport Trac Limited 4WD is near flawless few scratches, few blemishes, but no need to spend extra money on touch ups. This incredibly rare Ford Explorer Sport Trac Limited 4WD is a work of art and is the type of vehicle a true automotive aficionado will appreciate for a lifetime. The upgraded wheels on this Ford Explorer Sport Trac offer an improved ride and an attractive accent to the vehicle. Its versatile setup includes seating for up to five passengers with cargo capacity similar to a short-bed pickup. Strengths of this model include better ride and handling relative to pickups, standard safety features, convenient mix of SUV and pickup, and lofty towing ability. bartscarstore.com Go to http://www. bartscarstore.com for REAL walk-around video of this vehicle! MP3 Player✔ AM/FM✔ Bucket Seats✔ Air Conditioning✔ Sunroof/Moonroof✔ Aluminum Wheels✔ Bluetooth✔ Leather Seats✔ Alloy Wheels
13,989 Fort Wayne, INFort Wayne, IN at freeclassifieds.com
2008 Ford Explorer Sport Trac XLT
1
  • suv 165,570
  • 1,876 below average
  • 8,234 good
  • Winter Park, FL
  • web2carz.com
  • 1,876 below average suv 165,570 gasoline white automatic
4.0L SOHC 12-VALVE V6 ENGINE,SOLID PAINTThis vehicle comes with a no-questions asked Money Back Guarantee. Its versatile setup includes seating for up to five passengers with cargo capacity similar to a short-bed pickup. This Ford Explorer Sport Trac XLT is an incredibly versatile vehicle that is a must have for any family Bucket Seats✔ Aluminum Wheels
8,234 Winter Park, FLWinter Park, FL at web2carz.com
2008 Ford Explorer Sport Trac - Parker, CO
3
  • suv
  • 18,999 overpriced
  • Denver, CO
  • freeclassifieds.com
  • suv automatic
2008 ford explorer sport trac - parker, cotsg autoparker, co 80138ph: 8887116291web: www. Quoted price subject to change without notice to correct errors or omissions. Tax, tag registration fees not included. Advertised price includes delivery and handling fee of $399. 00. Standard features are based upon trim level. All prices, specifications and availability subject to change without notice. Contact tsgauto. Com for the most current information. Special apr with approved credit or on approved credit.
18,999 Denver, CODenver, CO at freeclassifieds.com
2008 Ford Explorer Sport Trac Limited 4.0L 4WD
3
  • suv 97,409
  • 15,495 overpriced
  • Springfield, PA
  • autoshopper.com
  • suv 97,409 automatic
2008 ford explorer sport trac review this car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale. It comes standard with a 4. 0-liter v6 that makes 210 horsepower, and a 292-hp v8 is optional. The power is delivered smoothly, but isn't as responsive in passing maneuvers as some might wish.  the sport trac's high ride height means the ride quality gets a bit busy over potholed or broken pavement, but otherwise, the ride is smooth, thanks in part to an independent rear suspension that also aids handling. Directional stability is good, steering response is quick, and body lean is well controlled for a heavy vehicle.  inside, the sport trac has easy-to-read instruments and nice materials. Unfortunately, the door pulls are strangely positioned, making them hard to operate for some. Room, on the other hand, is plentiful front and rear. The most notable new feature, available on late-2008 models, is ford's sync communications and entertainment system. New standard features include fog lights, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a power rear window, a drop-in storage bin, and side curtain airbags. The 4. 0-liter v6 with five-speed automatic transmission comes standard on both trim levels. The 4. 6-liter v8 is an option for both trim levels 1295) and comes with a six-speed automatic. Sundry exterior trim pieces that are painted black on the xlt change to body color or silver on the limited. Rear obstacle detection 295) is optional. walkaroundthe 2008 explorer sport trac looks very much like the 2008 explorer. From just behind the front doors forward, it shares its design with the current explorer. This is part of ford's plan to push brand identity, and why the fronts of ford's light-duty trucks, be they pickups or suvs, wear many of the same design features. Common features with the explorer include the chrome-framed grille, bumper centerpiece, lower air intake, wraparound body-color lower fascia above the blacked-out front air dam, and the signature geometric housings for the compound headlights/running lights.  the 2008 sport trac is considerably longer than the explorer. Wheelbase (distance between the tires front to rear) and overall length (bumper to bumper) are both almost 17 inches longer. Thus, while the explorer is the more people-oriented of the two, the sport trac's longer wheelbase promises a less choppy, more controlled ride. The dodge dakota quad cab is the only other midsize pickup to exceed the sport trac in wheelbase and overall length, and by less than an inch in wheelbase. The sport trac's bed is 4. 5 feet long, the rest around 5 feet.  from the rear, the sport trac looks like a ford pickup. One distinctive aspect is that the sides of the bed and the tailgate rise as much as three inches higher than is the norm in the segment. While this increases the space enclosed by the bed, it definitely makes hefting boxes and bags up and over into the bed more of a strain, a painful trait it shares with the honda ridgeline. By making the sport trac look taller, it also raises the sport trac's visual center of gravity, although the wider body and wider track help to reduce this impression. interiorinside, the 2008 ford explorer sport trac looks a lot like the explorer cabin. Not that it lacks anything by way of necessities or has been saddled with an abbreviated option list, but there's more borrowed than new. The sport trac shares virtually all of its interior, from trim to seat frames, with the explorer.  the instruments are simple and easy to scan. The fuel and coolant gauges are tucked away in the lower, outer quadrants of the tachometer and speedometer; they could be larger and located closer to the driver's line of sight. The center stack is packed with functions but it's intuitively organized, with readily deciphered controls and displays. However, we'd prefer a tuning knob for the radio instead of the sport trac's slow scanning rocker switch.  the optional navigation system pushes the audio controls to the side and either gangs some functions or transfers them to the lcd screen, and it's a clean look. The only real concern here is with the number of components making up the dash assembly. The fewer the components the better, generally speaking, to reduce the number of squeaks as the miles pile up, and the sport trac's dash has one of the highest counts we've seen.  the seats are comfortable, though the bottom cushions front and rear could provide more thigh support. Foot clearance in the rear doorways when climbing in and out is cramped, but once inside, there's decent area beneath the front seats. All five seating positions get three-point seatbelts, but only the front seats and the outboard rear seats get the adjustable full-size head restraints. Comparatively speaking, the sport trac's interior lands squarely in the middle of the segment. The nissan frontier and toyota tacoma have a few tenths of an inch more front-seat headroom, the honda ridgeline almost an inch. The frontier and the ridgeline are tops in rear-seat headroom, but by only tenths of an inch. The chevy colorado has an inch and a half more front-seat legroom but almost two inches less rear-seat legroom. Bottom line, sport trac interior roominess is comparable to that of midsize crew cab pickups.  the sport trac's door panels, borrowed from the explorer, aren't so good. While certain elements are reasonably ergonomic, the placement of the door handles is a prime example of logic gone wrong. Intended to improve occupant protection in side impact crashes by adding crush space, the placement of the door pull below and forward of the armrest puts it where it's awkward to grab hold of and operate. The glove box is adequate. The front center console hosts two cupholders adjacent to the shift gate. Two more cupholders for the rear seat fit behind the front center console's hinged, padded top. The center console is big and deep. The front door map pockets have a space for a water bottle molded into their hard plastic enclosures.  back i.
15,495 Springfield, PASpringfield, PA at autoshopper.com
2008 Ford Explorer Sport Trac XLT
3
  • suv 123,988
  • 10,988 high price
  • Cincinnati, OH
  • getauto.com
  • suv 123,988 gasoline automatic
Walt sweeney ford is excited to offer this 2008 ford explorer sport trac. When ford created this vehicle with 4 wheel drive, they immediately enhanced the performance ability. It is incomparable for the price and quality. Its versatile setup includes seating for up to five passengers with cargo capacity similar to a short-bed pickup. Strengths of this model include better ride and handling relative to pickups, standard safety features, convenient mix of suv and pickup, and lofty towing ability. Get pre-approved now! Home of the 200k warranty! See dealer for details! Waltsweeney. Com/200-k-mile-warranty.
10,988 Cincinnati, OHCincinnati, OH at getauto.com
2008 Ford Explorer Sport Trac Limited
3
  • suv 69,594
  • Everett, WA
  • autoshopper.com
  • suv 69,594 automatic
2008 ford explorer sport trac review this car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale. It comes standard with a 4. 0-liter v6 that makes 210 horsepower, and a 292-hp v8 is optional. The power is delivered smoothly, but isn't as responsive in passing maneuvers as some might wish.  the sport trac's high ride height means the ride quality gets a bit busy over potholed or broken pavement, but otherwise, the ride is smooth, thanks in part to an independent rear suspension that also aids handling. Directional stability is good, steering response is quick, and body lean is well controlled for a heavy vehicle.  inside, the sport trac has easy-to-read instruments and nice materials. Unfortunately, the door pulls are strangely positioned, making them hard to operate for some. Room, on the other hand, is plentiful front and rear. The most notable new feature, available on late-2008 models, is ford's sync communications and entertainment system. New standard features include fog lights, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a power rear window, a drop-in storage bin, and side curtain airbags. The 4. 0-liter v6 with five-speed automatic transmission comes standard on both trim levels. The 4. 6-liter v8 is an option for both trim levels 1295) and comes with a six-speed automatic. Sundry exterior trim pieces that are painted black on the xlt change to body color or silver on the limited. Rear obstacle detection 295) is optional. walkaroundthe 2008 explorer sport trac looks very much like the 2008 explorer. From just behind the front doors forward, it shares its design with the current explorer. This is part of ford's plan to push brand identity, and why the fronts of ford's light-duty trucks, be they pickups or suvs, wear many of the same design features. Common features with the explorer include the chrome-framed grille, bumper centerpiece, lower air intake, wraparound body-color lower fascia above the blacked-out front air dam, and the signature geometric housings for the compound headlights/running lights.  the 2008 sport trac is considerably longer than the explorer. Wheelbase (distance between the tires front to rear) and overall length (bumper to bumper) are both almost 17 inches longer. Thus, while the explorer is the more people-oriented of the two, the sport trac's longer wheelbase promises a less choppy, more controlled ride. The dodge dakota quad cab is the only other midsize pickup to exceed the sport trac in wheelbase and overall length, and by less than an inch in wheelbase. The sport trac's bed is 4. 5 feet long, the rest around 5 feet.  from the rear, the sport trac looks like a ford pickup. One distinctive aspect is that the sides of the bed and the tailgate rise as much as three inches higher than is the norm in the segment. While this increases the space enclosed by the bed, it definitely makes hefting boxes and bags up and over into the bed more of a strain, a painful trait it shares with the honda ridgeline. By making the sport trac look taller, it also raises the sport trac's visual center of gravity, although the wider body and wider track help to reduce this impression. interiorinside, the 2008 ford explorer sport trac looks a lot like the explorer cabin. Not that it lacks anything by way of necessities or has been saddled with an abbreviated option list, but there's more borrowed than new. The sport trac shares virtually all of its interior, from trim to seat frames, with the explorer.  the instruments are simple and easy to scan. The fuel and coolant gauges are tucked away in the lower, outer quadrants of the tachometer and speedometer; they could be larger and located closer to the driver's line of sight. The center stack is packed with functions but it's intuitively organized, with readily deciphered controls and displays. However, we'd prefer a tuning knob for the radio instead of the sport trac's slow scanning rocker switch.  the optional navigation system pushes the audio controls to the side and either gangs some functions or transfers them to the lcd screen, and it's a clean look. The only real concern here is with the number of components making up the dash assembly. The fewer the components the better, generally speaking, to reduce the number of squeaks as the miles pile up, and the sport trac's dash has one of the highest counts we've seen.  the seats are comfortable, though the bottom cushions front and rear could provide more thigh support. Foot clearance in the rear doorways when climbing in and out is cramped, but once inside, there's decent area beneath the front seats. All five seating positions get three-point seatbelts, but only the front seats and the outboard rear seats get the adjustable full-size head restraints. Comparatively speaking, the sport trac's interior lands squarely in the middle of the segment. The nissan frontier and toyota tacoma have a few tenths of an inch more front-seat headroom, the honda ridgeline almost an inch. The frontier and the ridgeline are tops in rear-seat headroom, but by only tenths of an inch. The chevy colorado has an inch and a half more front-seat legroom but almost two inches less rear-seat legroom. Bottom line, sport trac interior roominess is comparable to that of midsize crew cab pickups.  the sport trac's door panels, borrowed from the explorer, aren't so good. While certain elements are reasonably ergonomic, the placement of the door handles is a prime example of logic gone wrong. Intended to improve occupant protection in side impact crashes by adding crush space, the placement of the door pull below and forward of the armrest puts it where it's awkward to grab hold of and operate. The glove box is adequate. The front center console hosts two cupholders adjacent to the shift gate. Two more cupholders for the rear seat fit behind the front center console's hinged, padded top. The center console is big and deep. The front door map pockets have a space for a water bottle molded into their hard plastic enclosures.  back i.
Everett, WAEverett, WA at autoshopper.com
2008 Ford Explorer Sport Trac XLT
2
  • suv 46,223
  • 15,000 overpriced
  • Kendallville, IN
  • getauto.com
  • suv 46,223 gasoline silver automatic
Check out this gently-used 2008 ford explorer sport trac we recently got in. Off-road or on the street, this ford explorer sport trac xlt handles with ease. This vehicle has extremely low miles on the odometer, so while it's pre-owned, it's practically new. Its versatile setup includes seating for up to five passengers with cargo capacity similar to a short-bed pickup. This model sets itself apart with better ride and handling relative to pickups, standard safety features, convenient mix of suv and pickup, and lofty towing ability.
15,000 Kendallville, INKendallville, IN at getauto.com
2008 Ford Explorer Sport Trac - Wahoo, NE
3
  • suv
  • 15,900 overpriced
  • Lincoln, NE
  • freeclassifieds.com
  • suv gasoline automatic
2008 ford explorer sport trac - wahoo, neharvest auto & machinerywahoo, ne 68066ph: 4022775080web: www. It is well-equipped with power locks, power windows, power mirrors, cruise control, keyless entry and much more. Power Windows✔ Power Mirrors✔ Power Locks✔ AM/FM✔ Air Conditioning✔ Cruise Control✔ Alloy Wheels
15,900 Lincoln, NELincoln, NE at freeclassifieds.com
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