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Ford Explorer Sport Trac

Those who need the utility of a pickup truck and the versatility of an sport utility vehicle have often found that the Ford Explorer Sport Trac fits the bill nicely. Sometimes called the "Sport Trac," it is a mid-sized pickup based on the Ford Explorer SUV platform. It's not as large as the F-Series, but it's bigger than the Ranger, weighing in at around 6200 pounds and able to carry or pull another three tons on top of that. That's a sight better than its competitors, such as the Dodge Dakota, the Chevy Colorado or the Toyota Tacoma.

The Sport Trac first came out in 2000 for the 2001 model year. It was basically a four-door SUV with a small pickup bed. It was powered by a 4.0 liter Ford Cologne V-6, a cast iron block motor that the company had been building in Germany for over three decades. That engine produced 210 horsepower, and was mated to a five-speed automatic or manual transmission. In 2006, the vehicle underwent some changes, offering a larger, more powerful V8 as an option. That engine, part of Ford's "Modular" line, featured a single-overhead camshaft with Ford's proprietary variable timing (VCT) technology and 24 valves. The VCT technology optimizes engine performance while reducing emissions and increasing fuel efficiency. The new model had a reinforced frame with four-wheel independent suspension and roll stability control.

Although it was intended to be the best of a pickup and an SUV, the interior of the Sport Trac was rather spartan, with rubber mats instead of carpeting. However, there were amenities: the XLT version offered power mirrors and windows, cruise control, keyless entry, air conditioning and a CD stereo system. Available options included a sun roof, dual-zone climate control and a built-in GPS navigation system.

The four-foot pickup bed was made from an industrial plastic material known as sheet-molded composite, or SMC. Lighter than steel, it doesn't rust and is highly dent-resistant. The design also included three integrated storage compartments and a 12-volt power outlet. For a few more bucks, a folding cargo bed extender and hard tonneau cover were available.

Production of the Sport Trac ceased in 2011. Today, the price of a 2010 pre-owned Ford Explorer Sport Trac runs just over $23,000, while a 2001 model in good condition can be had for around $6000. You'll want to be careful when looking at used Sport Tracs; the 2001 model in particular is known for transmission slippage. This model year has had more than its share of complaints from drivers, so you may want to avoid this one unless you have a reliable source that has Ford Explorer Sport Trac parts for sale and you know how to install them.

The early Sport Tracs were also a bit short on power. This is an issue that can be addressed with Ford Explorer Sport Trac performance parts, such as chips and custom exhaust. Check out the selection and prices on a range of 2001 Ford Explorer Sport Trac parts, as well as those for other model years, at online stores like

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