In the new Explorer Sport Trac, Ford Motor Co.'s got the definition of a “hot” vehicle on its hands. The company says current nationwide supply is at a rock-bottom 16 days and in some regions is as low as six days' supply. But Ford isn't making any hasty decisions about extracting extra Sport Trac capacity, says Explorer Marketing Manager Ed Molchany. Unfortunately for Ford, “extracting” is the right word, at least for now, because the Sport Trac is built in the same Louisville, KY, plant ...

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