How Much Does a Ford Sport Trac Cost?
Ford Sport Trac Prices
Don't call the 2010 Ford Sport Trac a truck…or a crossover…or an SUV (even though it technically belongs in that category). Rather, this vehicle may most accurately be described as a SUT (sport utility truck) due to its workmanlike truck body and SUV-like cabin and amenities. Make no mistake about it. The Sport Trac is designed for owners with an active lifestyle. While it's “big enough to haul the kids around town” and “powerful enough to haul a modest load” construction, this truck's sporty styling demands drivers load up and hit the road.
Ford Sport Trac MSRP
| XLT 4.0L 2V V6 || $28,210 |
| Limited 4.0L 2V V6 || $33,065 |
| Adrenalin 4.0L 2V V6 || $36,395 |
The 2010 Ford Sport Trac is built on the same platform as the Ford Explorer. With seating for 5, it also has a roomy cabin like an Explorer. Instead of a covered hatch, however, the Sport Trac has an exterior cargo box like a truck. And thanks to an independent rear suspension the Sport Trac has a ride and handling that is far superior to any truck.
All Sport Trac models come standard with a thirsty (14 mpg city/20mpg highway) 4.0-liter V6 that should provide enough punch for most. All models can upgraded to a to a 4.6-liter V8 (15 mpg city/21 mpg highway) powertrain that surprisingly earns better gas mileage than the V6, and comes highly recommended if you have the extra cash to spend. The XLT and Limited models are available with two or four-wheel drive while the top-of-the-line Adrenalin comes standard with all-wheel drive.
Some have criticized the interior of the Sport Trac for being a bit dated. Despite this, drivers and passengers should be pleased with the roomy, comfortable cabin, and simple, intuitive controls. One will immediately notice a mix of creature comforts and utility such as front and rear power outlets, power everything, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, satellite radio, and rubber floor coverings. Moving up the trim lines, the Sport Trac can become downright luxurious with heated leather seats, a 6-CD audio system with subwoofer, dual-zone automatic climate control, rear parking sensors, and high tech extras. The high tech extras include a Ford Sync multimedia system and voice-operated navigation with real-time information provided by Sirius Travel Link.
The exterior styling on the Sport Trac is a thoughtful blend of ruggedness and sophistication. The 4.5 foot-long utility box in the rear is constructed from scratch-resistant materials. It has built-in cargo boxes that can be used as an ice chest or to store wet items. It also has an electronic power point and cargo-box tie-downs. Even the base models have large wheel arches and a chrome grille. The Adrenalin has exceptionally bold styling with 20-inch chrome wheels, a unique grill with low-set fog lights, and other standout features. All Sport Trac models come with a plethora of standard safety equipment including antilock disc brakes, traction and stability control, rollover protection, trailer sway control, and a host of airbags that helped it earn a five-star safety rating.
By trying to bridge the gap between truck and SUV, the 2010 Ford Sport Trac has earned a jack-of-all-trades label. A mixture of useful features and a good amount of refinement helps the vehicle escape the “master of none” title. The Sport Trac provides is a competent tool that can tackle the outdoors and concrete jungles alike. Where it spends most of its time is entirely up to you.
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