1995 Ford Bronco
A new sport trim package for the XLT included a body-colored grille and bumpers, new running-board steps, and deep-dish aluminum wheels. The Eddie Bauer got a new bumper with air intakes.
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Apr 30, 2009
Perfect Surf Vehicle/Camper
Pros: Styling (convertible ability) a real head-turner, power, luxury appointments
Cons: fuel economy (but it's an SUV with a big V8)
IF, and that is a big "if", you can find one, and it's what you need buy it. It is a great SUV that doesn't know it's an SUV. Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 3, 2000
Living with a Bronco
Pros: Roomy, fun to drive, room for friends, Good view, handles well in bad weather
Cons: Mileage, Can be noisy, increased maintenance, tall step Read More at Epinions.com
May 20, 2000
Treat a Bronco right, and it won't buck you off...
Pros: Strong, reliable, good highway and off-road performance
Cons: Needs a little more TLC than other vehicles Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 1, 2007
White 95 Bronco 170,000 miles
Pros: Held up well for the miles. Everything works. No rust worth mentioning.
Cons: Miles on Bronco high A tall climb for my 89 year old DAD.
There are some really great Broncos out there. Just have to look. They hold up well as all Fords do. Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 10, 2000
A car for my dogs!
Pros: older styling
Cons: some things get better with age. Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 8, 2000
Fullsize Bronco, THE SUV?
Pros: Well built
Cons: access to rear seats Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 12, 2000
Jun 20, 2000
Love my 1995 Bronco XLT
Pros: head room*power*reliability
Cons: gas mileage Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 23, 2000
1995 Bronco XLT
Pros: Tough, strong, styling, comfort.
Cons: Poor mileage. Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 7, 2000
1995 Ford Bronco, almwiz is right on the money!
Pros: Rugged 4x4 ability
Cons: Difficult to access back seat Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 25, 2008
1995 Ford Bronco
Pros: Push button 4x4, low, Comfortable ride. great off road.
Cons: Gas as usual. Read More at Epinions.com