2010 Ford Explorer Sport Trac XLT

2010 Ford Explorer Sport Trac XLT

$31k regular-duty truck, designed & built in U.S.A. 13 city / 19 hwy 292-427 mile range, gas engine
210 hp 244 cu. in. V6 4.1' box 1,390 lb capacity

Pros

The Explorer Sport Trac XLT vs other Recent regular-duty trucks

Airbags More airbags Help
5
Drivetrain type Better drivetrain traction Help
four-wheel drive
Front passenger crash test Safer for the front passenger in head-on collisions Help
5 stars
MSRP Very inexpensive Help
$31,550
Rear suspension Smoothest suspension Help
Independent
Stability control system Has stability control system Help
child door locks Child door locks Help
Standard
folding rear seats Folding rear seats Help
Standard
power mirrors Power mirrors Help
Standard
roof rails Roof rails Help
Standard
Has front air dam Has front air dam Help
Curb-to-curb turning radius Much tighter turning radius Help
36.8 ft
Front driver crash test Safer for the driver in head-on collisions Help
5 stars
Has auxiliary audio input Has auxiliary audio input Help
Rear brakes Better brakes Help
Disc
Rollover resistance Less chance of rolling over during emergency lane change Help
4 stars
CD player CD player Help
Standard
cruise control Cruise control Help
Standard
keyless entry Keyless entry Help
Standard
power windows Power windows Help
Standard
Cupholders More cupholders Help
6

Cons

The Explorer Sport Trac XLT vs other Recent regular-duty trucks

Base payload capacity Reduced towing weight Help
1,390 lb
Horsepower Really underpowered Help
210 HP @ 5,100 RPM
Cargo space Limited cargo space Help
44.4 ft3
Highway driving range Poor range on the highway Help
428 miles
back seats Cramped back seats Help
48.4 ft3
leather Leather Help
Not Available
passenger power seats Passenger power seats Help
Not Available
CD changer CD changer Help
Not Available
entertainment system Entertainment system Help
Not Available
Ground clearance Below average ground clearance for rough terrain Help
8.5"
In-city gas mileage Poor city fuel efficiency Help
13 mpg
City driving range Terrible range in the city Help
292 miles
Power-to-weight ratio Utilitarian performance Help
22.6 lb/hp
front seats Very cramped front seats Help
57.6 ft3
navigation system Navigation system Help
Not Available
power seats Power seats Help
Not Available
Has speed sensitive volume Lacks speed-sensitive volume Help

Other Trims

This model comes with four-wheel drive, but the Explorer Sport Trac XLT is also available with two-wheel drive.

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