The 1995 Ford Bronco is a powerful, high-performance sport utility vehicle (SUV) that can handle well on roadways and off road. Regardless of the model selection, it comes with a five-liter, V-8 engine. Unlike some competing vehicles, the base model is just as powerful as its higher end alternatives. The difference between model levels purely has to do with the interior features offered as standard and optional equipment.
The 1995 Ford Bronco XL is the typical high-performance, low-amenities SUV, focusing on getting the most bang for the buck. The other end of the spectrum is the Eddie Bauer, which can be a solid luxury SUV when fully loaded with optional equipment. The XLT provides a nice compromise between the two, and it offers most of the features in the Eddie Bauer as optional equipment for a modest base price increase over the XL. It's a good choice for drivers that want a few specific amenities, but don't want to spend the money the Bronco Eddie Bauer costs.
Body Styles: SUV
Engines: 5.0-liter V-8
Transmissions: four-speed automatic, five-speed manual
Models: Ford Bronco XL, Ford Bronco XLT, Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer
The 1995 Ford Bronco receives some minor restyling to the Eddie Bauer model.
The 1995 Ford Bronco is a typical looking SUV in most respects. It does have some soft curves to relax its appearance, but the basic profile is still the large, blocky shape normally associated with SUVs. Standard features include chrome bumpers, skid plates, and automatic locking hubs while optional features include a camper towing package and styled steel wheels.
The 1995 Ford Bronco covers a wide range of SUV drivers with its model options. The XL is for utilitarian drivers that prefer a lower price over interior amenities. The only standard feature is an AM/FM radio with a cassette player and air-conditioning are available as options. The Eddie Bauer focuses towards the luxury market with auto-dim mirrors, air-conditioning, and a leather trim steering wheel added to the standard features. The Eddie Bauer offers leather seating, power windows, power locks, power mirrors, anti-theft alarm system, keyless entry, cassette players, and a CD player as optional equipment.
Performance & Handling
The 1995 Ford Bronco offers good acceleration and speed for a vehicle its size due to its five-liter, V-8 engine, which puts out 205 horsepower. It performs fairly well both on roadways and off road. It's maneuverable enough to handle turns and curves found on roadways and has enough power to get through most difficult terrain. Similar to many multipurpose SUVs out there, it does not perform quite as well as some of the more dedicated vehicles. However, the ability to use it effectively in both conditions can be a major advantage for drivers that need to do both regularly.
The 1995 Ford Bronco provides a driver side airbag and four-wheel antilock brakes as the only standard safety features. The four-wheel-drive system helps it to maintain traction in slipper conditions, which can help avoid accidents.
EPA Fuel Economy
Ford Bronco: 12/17 mpg city/highway
- Spacious interior
- Standard four-wheel drive
- Good model range
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