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2001 Ford Explorer Sport Trac Eddie Bauer 4dr 126 WB

2001 Ford Explorer Sport Trac
Trim Info:
Rear Wheel Drive, 4 Door
17 mpg city / 21 mpg hwy
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2001 Ford Explorer Sport Trac

3.0
(Based on 2 Reviews)
Cons:
  • Less fuel efficient than expected (1)
  • Unsatisfactory quality (1)
  • Limited cargo space (1)
  • Lack of technology features (2)
  • Disappointing sound system (1)
  • Pros:
  • Fun to drive (2)
  • Reliable quality (1)
  • Comfortable interior (2)
  • Great for families (1)
  • 2 Reviews
    Lee C
    05/01/14
    Pros:
  • Fun to drive
  • Reliable quality
  • Comfortable interior
  • Cons:
  • Lack of technology features
  • "Great style and dependable. Higher mileage get front end checked / rebuilt like all Explorers in these years....."
     

    03/17/14
    Pros:
  • Fun to drive
  • Comfortable interior
  • Great for families
  • Cons:
  • Less fuel efficient than expected
  • Unsatisfactory quality
  • Limited cargo space
  • Lack of technology features
  • Disappointing sound system
  • "I have had my Sport Trac for over 2 years. The paint is peeling off the hood and the frame is rusting and getting holes to the point I can't get a inspection sticker. This is the second ford I have owned that has had these problems. I won't buy another ford"
     


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