Ford Explorer Sport Trac XLT models start at $24,940 and include a CD and MP3 player, tilt steering, cruise control, and a tire pressure monitor, while the Limited, with a base price of $26,530, adds silver running boards, front sport buckets, and front fog lights.
There are three primary choices to make when selecting a 2007 Ford Explorer Sport Trac: XLT or Limited trim, rear- or four-wheel drive, and V6 or V8 engine. Selecting a powertrain and drivetrain is fairly straight forward, but selecting a trim takes a bit more consideration.
XLT models, starting at $24,940 including a $695 destination charge, come well equipped with a nice array of standard features like power mirrors and locks, a CD and MP3 player, tilt steering, cruise control, a tire pressure monitor, V6 power mated to a five-speed automatic transmission, and 16-inch alloy wheels rolling on 235/70 white-letter tires. With a base price of $26,530, the Limited replaces the XLT’s black bumpers and door handles with body-color parts, swaps out black roof rails with silver units, and adds 18-inch alloy wheels with 235/65 Michelin rubber, silver running boards, front sport buckets, a power driver’s seat with manual lumbar adjustment, a leather steering wheel, and front fog lights.
Fitting a V8 and six-speed transmission under the skin adds $1,200 to any Sport Trac, while the four-wheel-drive system tacks $2,495 on to the sticker. Other options include an Audiophile sound system, Sirius satellite radio, a navigation system, a bed extender, a Class III tow hitch with a seven-pin connector that replaces the standard Class II/four-pin receiver, a power sunroof, heated windshield glass, adjustable pedals, power rear glass that slides into the cab wall, a hard tonneau cover, and side-curtain airbags. Specific to the XLT is an available power driver’s seat; an Appearance Package with 17-inch alloy wheels, black running boards, and fog lights. Leather upholstery can be added to the Limited, as can a dual-zone climate control system.