Is the Ford Explorer Sport Trac a 4×4?

Is the Ford Explorer Sport Trac a 4×4?

Sport Tracs are available in two- or four-wheel drive. Four-wheel-drive versions have three modes. The first mode, 4×4 Auto, is suitable for everyday driving. In this mode the Sport Trac is rear-wheel drive until sensors tell the transfer case clutch to engage the front wheels.

What is a 2008 Ford Sport Trac worth?

2008 Ford Explorer Sport Trac trade-in prices range from $3,499 – $10,529. Get a more accurate value for your car with the Edmunds appraisal tool.

Is Ford Sport Trac good?

Ford Explorer Sport Trac Ratings Overview The average rating is a 4 out of 5 stars. The Ford Explorer Sport Trac Reliability Rating is 3.5 out of 5. It ranks 21st out of 32 for all car brands.

Does Ford Explorer come in 4×4?

Although considered a sport utility vehicle, the mid-sized Ford Explorer is available both as a two or four-wheel-drive vehicle. The 4WD system outfitted in newer Explorers is suited for all kinds of terrain, road and weather conditions.

How many miles can a 2007 Ford Explorer last?

“A Ford Explorer can last up to 10-17 years with regular maintenance. An average Ford Explorer can easily achieve 80,000 to 200,000 miles.

What transmission is in a 2008 Ford Explorer Sport Trac?

5 & 6-speed automatic
2008 Ford Explorer Sport Trac/Transmission

Is Ford Explorer AWD or 4X4?

The all-new Ford Explorer features an intelligent four-wheel-drive (4WD) control system.

What does 4X4 high mean?

Without an Auto setting, 4WD High is what you’d use in any situation that’s low-traction but relatively high-speed—a dirt road or snowy paved road. 4WD Low is strictly for slow off-roading or places where torque multiplication would really help you out (like deep sand).

How many reviews does the 2008 Ford Explorer Sport Trac have?

4.6666665 average Rating out of 3 reviews. The Used 2008 Ford Explorer Sport Trac is offered in the following submodels: Explorer Sport Trac Crew Cab.

How much does a Ford Sport Trac cost?

The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) for the Sport Trac XLT with the V6 and two-wheel drive starts at just over $25,500, At the other end of the scale, the Limited with V8 and all-wheel drive starts around $34,500 and fully loaded tops out near $42,000.

What kind of wheels does a Ford Sport Trac have?

The Sport Trac’s flared rear fenders and taillights call to mind the F-150, and it has a cargo box, but that’s about it. Aluminum wheels that measure 16 inches in diameter are standard, but 17- or 18-inch aluminum wheels are available. Side step bars are optional.

When did the Honda Sport Trac last come out?

Since the Sport Trac was last offered for 2005, the midsize crew cab pickup segment has become more competitive, with the introduction of the Ridgeline. Though it’s not as refined as the Ridgeline, the Sport Trac does offer an excellent V-8 and six-speed automatic.