Limited 4.0L 4dr 4x2
2007 Ford Explorer Sport Trac

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EngineEngine 4.0LV-6
MPGMPG 15 City / 21 Hwy
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2007 Explorer Sport Trac Overview

Ford has changed almost everything about the Sport Trac for 2007.

Essentially, a Ford Explorer with a pickup bed, the Sport Trac has grown in length and in width for 2007, and this has translated directly into more room inside for people and out back for cargo.

A new V8 engine is available that generates 292 horsepower along with an equally new six-speed automatic transmission.While this has kicked performance up a notch or two, just as important is what it's done for payload and towing capacity; a V8 4x2 Sport Trac is now rated to tow up to 6800 pounds.A mildly re-tuned version of the 4.0-liter V6 is also available and it comes with a five-speed automatic.Both engines are available with two- or four-wheel drive.

Styling has been updated and refreshed, bringing the Sport Trac firmly back into the family of Ford light duty trucks.

All this attention to mechanicals and sheetmetal doesn't mean creature comforts have been ignored.Redesigned seats are lighter and take up less room.A streamlined instrument panel and dash present a friendlier, easier to use array of controls and displays.

The 2007 Ford Explorer Sport Trac is a four-door, five-passenger, midsize pickup.It was unique when it first appeared in 2000, but today must compete with midsize four-door pickups from every major player.Even Honda has entered the truck business with its Ridgeline, a unique vehicle in looks and construction with groundbreaking features.

Ford has legacy, though, and a faithful following.For these, the new Sport Trac should be welcome, if a bit overdue.The price, as much as $2000 less than the 2005 model, should help, too.
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2007 Explorer Sport Trac Overview

Ford has changed almost everything about the Sport Trac for 2007.

Essentially, a Ford Explorer with a pickup bed, the Sport Trac has grown in length and in width for 2007, and this has translated directly into more room inside for people and out back for cargo.

A new V8 engine is available that generates 292 horsepower along with an equally new six-speed automatic transmission.While this has kicked performance up a notch or two, just as important is what it's done for payload and towing capacity; a V8 4x2 Sport Trac is now rated to tow up to 6800 pounds.A mildly re-tuned version of the 4.0-liter V6 is also available and it comes with a five-speed automatic.Both engines are available with two- or four-wheel drive.

Styling has been updated and refreshed, bringing the Sport Trac firmly back into the family of Ford light duty trucks.

All this attention to mechanicals and sheetmetal doesn't mean creature comforts have been ignored.Redesigned seats are lighter and take up less room.A streamlined instrument panel and dash present a friendlier, easier to use array of controls and displays.

The 2007 Ford Explorer Sport Trac is a four-door, five-passenger, midsize pickup.It was unique when it first appeared in 2000, but today must compete with midsize four-door pickups from every major player.Even Honda has entered the truck business with its Ridgeline, a unique vehicle in looks and construction with groundbreaking features.

Ford has legacy, though, and a faithful following.For these, the new Sport Trac should be welcome, if a bit overdue.The price, as much as $2000 less than the 2005 model, should help, too.Hide Full Review