2001 Ford Explorer Sport Trac 4WD 4dr Crew Cab (4.0L 6cyl 5M)
Traded in my F-150 extended cab for a
used Sport Trac, and don't regret it at
all. While physically smaller, the
useable space in the cab is much
greater. Bed space is less, but
sufficient to move plenty of stuff.
With lockable tonneau, it is
effectively a huge trunk.
Only had it for a month, so have not
noticed any issues with accelerate
brake wear (yet).
Mileage varies from 16 / 21, just like
Ford said it would.
Only fault I have with it is that you
can not get cruise/tilt steering with
the five speed stick. Not sure why,
but it is annoying.
Power Sliding Rear Window
For vehicles equiped with manual trans,
offer all the creature comforts
available with the automatic (cruise,
tilt wheel, overhead console, etc.)
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