The Ford Explorer Sport Trac, sometimes referred to as simply the Ford Sport Trac, is a mid-size pickup truck sold mostly in North America produced by Ford from 2000 through 2010. The Sport Trac was based on the Ford Explorer SUV - not based on the compact Ford Ranger (North America) - because it was introduced when the Explorer and Ranger platforms diverged (Explorer's chassis was a heavy duty variant of the Ranger's). The Sport Trac fell between the Ranger and Ford F-Series in Ford's truck lineup, based on capability and price. It competed with other mid-size trucks and SUVs, such as the mid-size Honda Ridgeline and even the larger full-size Chevrolet Avalanche. During its first year on sale in the U.S., there was a waiting list of over 3 months. The Sport Trac was a Class 2 vehicle with

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  • The Ford Explorer Sport Trac, sometimes referred to as simply the Ford Sport Trac, is a mid-size pickup truck sold mostly in North America produced by Ford from 2000 through 2010. The Sport Trac was based on the Ford Explorer SUV - not based on the compact Ford Ranger (North America) - because it was introduced when the Explorer and Ranger platforms diverged (Explorer's chassis was a heavy duty variant of the Ranger's). The Sport Trac fell between the Ranger and Ford F-Series in Ford's truck lineup, based on capability and price. It competed with other mid-size trucks and SUVs, such as the mid-size Honda Ridgeline and even the larger full-size Chevrolet Avalanche. During its first year on sale in the U.S., there was a waiting list of over 3 months. The Sport Trac was a Class 2 vehicle with a GVWR of 6250 lbs. and a maximum GCWR of 12,000 lbs. This made it one of the more and the then most capable mid-size pickups, having a greater GVWR and GCWR than the Dodge Dakota, GM's GMC Canyon/Chevrolet Colorado pickups and Toyota Tacoma. The Sport Trac was discontinued in October 2010, even though it was announced in earlier press releases that production would end in 2011, since the 2011 unibody-Ford Explorer was introduced in December 2010. The Sport Trac was sold through the 2011 calendar year as a 2010 model. (en)
  • Der Ford Sport Trac ist ein Mittelklasse-Pickup, den Ford hauptsächlich in Nordamerika anbot. Der Sport Trac basiert auf dem SUV Ford Explorer und wurde von 2000 bis 2010 hergestellt. Dieser Pickup ist nach Größe, Leistung und Preis zwischen dem Ranger und der F-Serie einzuordnen. Seine Konkurrenten sind Mittelklasse-Doppelkabiner und –Pickups, wie der Honda Ridgeline und der Dodge Dakota. Im ersten Verkaufsjahr in den USA gab es eine Warteliste von über drei Monaten. (de)
  • Le Ford Explorer Sport Trac est un pick-up basé sur l'Explorer. Il propose donc le même intérieur mais avec 5 places. Il est uniquement disponible en double cabine, avec 3 finitions : XLT, Limited et Adrenalin Package. Ce dernier est très spécial puisqu'il propose des jantes chromées de 20 pouces, une grille de calandre noire, des boucliers AV/AR spécifiques, des inserts noirs laqués à l'intérieur. Ce pick-up est disponible en RWD (propulsion) et AWD (intégrale). (fr)
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  • Der Ford Sport Trac ist ein Mittelklasse-Pickup, den Ford hauptsächlich in Nordamerika anbot. Der Sport Trac basiert auf dem SUV Ford Explorer und wurde von 2000 bis 2010 hergestellt. Dieser Pickup ist nach Größe, Leistung und Preis zwischen dem Ranger und der F-Serie einzuordnen. Seine Konkurrenten sind Mittelklasse-Doppelkabiner und –Pickups, wie der Honda Ridgeline und der Dodge Dakota. Im ersten Verkaufsjahr in den USA gab es eine Warteliste von über drei Monaten. (de)
  • Le Ford Explorer Sport Trac est un pick-up basé sur l'Explorer. Il propose donc le même intérieur mais avec 5 places. Il est uniquement disponible en double cabine, avec 3 finitions : XLT, Limited et Adrenalin Package. Ce dernier est très spécial puisqu'il propose des jantes chromées de 20 pouces, une grille de calandre noire, des boucliers AV/AR spécifiques, des inserts noirs laqués à l'intérieur. Ce pick-up est disponible en RWD (propulsion) et AWD (intégrale). (fr)
  • The Ford Explorer Sport Trac, sometimes referred to as simply the Ford Sport Trac, is a mid-size pickup truck sold mostly in North America produced by Ford from 2000 through 2010. The Sport Trac was based on the Ford Explorer SUV - not based on the compact Ford Ranger (North America) - because it was introduced when the Explorer and Ranger platforms diverged (Explorer's chassis was a heavy duty variant of the Ranger's). The Sport Trac fell between the Ranger and Ford F-Series in Ford's truck lineup, based on capability and price. It competed with other mid-size trucks and SUVs, such as the mid-size Honda Ridgeline and even the larger full-size Chevrolet Avalanche. During its first year on sale in the U.S., there was a waiting list of over 3 months. The Sport Trac was a Class 2 vehicle with (en)
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