2010 Ford Explorer Sport Trac consumer reviews

$28,210–$30,735 MSRP range
side view of 2010 Explorer Sport Trac Ford
94% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.8
  • Interior design 4.7
  • Performance 4.7
  • Value for the money 4.5
  • Exterior styling 4.8
  • Reliability 4.7
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This is the nicest vehicle I have ever owned!

It is a very stylish 'truck' with comfortable space for 5 adults. It has almost every option available and delivers a very smooth driving experience!


Good looking & great driving

Looked for this car for months without success. Missed a few opportunitys but finally jumped on it as soon as I saw it.


second sport trac

My first had over 220,000 miles and started to get some rust and the timing chain was rattling so it was time to replace it but didn't want a big truck with the big price and found this at Gram Auto mall and so fare it has been just like the old one only prettier and a bit better gas mileage.


Second one

I had a 2002 Sport Trac and loved it. When I found that 2010 was the last year for it, I decided to upgrade to it although the 2002 was still running and looking great. Loved that 2002. The 2010 is nice but seems to have less seat space and more console. I have had constant problems with the heat and air conditioning. Overall I do love this style and wish they would come back with it. It's great looking and also very handy for a small truck.


Gas Hog

Love this truck...except for the gas mileage. This truck is worse than the van I previously had in terms of MPG. I get about 13 MPG in town. The best I have EVER gotten in 5 years has been 18.3 MPG and that was totally highway miles. If I had it to do over, I probably would not buy this vehicle because of the poor MPG.


Perfect for our Needs

We're on our third Sport Trac. Our first, a 2003 model, was very basic with a five speed manual tranny. We towed it behind a motor home when we journeyed. Liked it so well, we bought a 2008 Limited model which we really liked. Traded it for an F250 so we could haul a 5th wheel. We immediately missed the Sport Trac and the wife complained about selling it for three years until we found our 2010 model which we purchased as a Ford Certified vehicle. We're happy again. Just seems to fit us perfectly. The styling, driveability and versatility are our favorite traits. Not expecting great gas mileage as this one has the tow package with a 3.73 rear end which is designed to pull up to 5,000 lbs. We were hoping Ford would bring out the F100 by now, but when we heard that decision has been put off (again), we did the next best thing and went back to the 'truck that got away'. We highly recommend the Sport Trac if you can find one that has been taken care of. Ford needs to resurrect this vehicle.


Pefect City Truck

Great size for day-to-day projects. Didn't need / want a full sized pickup. This was perfect. Looks great, super ride. Could've sold it 20 times, to people approaching me. Sorry they're not made, anymore. Will have to take good care of this one (not a problem).



Am very happy with the 2010 Sport trac style and performance. I was down sizing from my old Expedition. It is smaller inside but it is comfortable. The gas mileage is better and does not hurt the wallet like my Expedition did. SInce this has a 5 speed with overdrive Trans, it is so smooth you hardly feel the shifting. Using Cars.com to research the options and features allowed me to find the model that I am very happy with


Nice Truck

Nice small truck, easy to drive. Looks great. Do not understand why Ford no longer makes this vehicle.


Practical Comfort

This is my 3rd Sport Trac and I am sad it is the last model year. Hopefully, there will be a Ford 100 series truck to replace it soon. We love this truck. Explorer comfort inside and a lockable short bed for hauling anything you can think of, including 4x8 sheets of material (I keep 3 2x4s handy to "extend" the bed). The Sport Trac drives great. Our only complaint about the 2010 model is the elimination of the inside entry handle, which we miss as we get a bit older and could use a "help me up"! Believe me, these are wonderful vehicles and worth every penny.