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1995 Ford F-250

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1995 Ford F-250 Review

A work horse with plenty of engine choices.

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The 1995 Ford F-250 is an ideal work truck due to its rugged design, plenty of towing power, and a ton of cargo space in the bed. Although it doesn't offer a lot of frills and air-conditioning comes as an option, there's no doubt that it's known for reliability. It comes with many engine options to satisfy any type of driver.

The Range

Body Styles: pickup
Engines: 5.8-liter V-8, 5.4-liter V-8, 4.9-liter V-6, 5.0-liter V-8, 7.5-liter V-8, 7.3-liter V-8
Transmissions: four-speed automatic, three-speed automatic, five-speed manual
Models: Ford F-250 Special, Ford F-250 XL, Ford F-250 XLT

What's New

The 1995 Ford F-250 removes the F-Duty's Stripped Chassis, and there are also a host of options available. These include optional privacy glass with sliding glass rear windows, forged aluminum wheels, and side steps.


The 1995 Ford F-250 comes in 11 color options, which include dark lapis metallic and medium mocha metallic. Sixteen-inch wheels are also standard fare with an auxiliary fuel tank, which makes it a lot harder to run out of gas at inopportune times. Exterior options include a towing and camping package, clearance lights for better visibility, and a trailer hitch. Also available is a rear step bumper to make entering and exiting the bed easier.


The interior of the 1995 Ford F-250 comes standard with vinyl seating with cloth seating as an available option. Most interior features beyond the basic necessities are optional, and getting a fully-loaded interior can be costly. Options can include an AM/FM stereo system, AM/FM/Cassette stereo system, and an AM audio system. A rear bench seat is also available, but air-conditioning is another extra charge. Overall, the interior is sparse but practical.

Performance & Handling

The 1995 Ford F-250 carries six engine options; the standard engine is a 5.8-liter V-8, which can generate 145-hp and makes 265 lb-ft of torque. The standard transmission is a five-speed manual, but a four-speed and three-speed automatic are available as well. More powerful engines are available, including a diesel engine and a gaseous fuel compatible engine. The automatic transmissions sap a lot of power but shouldn't be an issue with the large upgrades available.


The 1995 Ford F-250 comes standard with rear-wheel anti-lock brakes for solid braking power. It also comes standard with a driver's front airbag with a limited slip differential as an option. Unfortunately, no major crash tests have been conducted.

EPA Fuel Economy

Ford F-250: 13/17 mpg city/highway

You'll Like

  • Practical design
  • Reliability
  • Power

You Won't Like

  • Lackluster
  • Small amount of options

Sum Up

A work horse with plenty of engine choices.

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