2004 Ford Explorer Sport Trac XLT Premium Rwd 4dr Crew Cab (4.0L 6cyl 5A)
slow off the line, not much power needs
a 8 cylinder, other than that, it is a
pretty good truck. i like the looks and
the styling of the sport trac. perfect
size.i dont like the where the cruise
control buttons are they should be
where they are on the g.m.s on the turn
signal switch. the sun visor should
have extensions like the g.m.s
styling, comfort, ride, handling,
color, size, able to see out of the
truck and almost no blind spots.
the back window is ok that it goes down
all the way but it should not come up
all the way ,it should not go up
automaticaly .the rear doors should
unlock when the truck is put in park,
not just the front.
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