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4.7 ⁄ 5 stars
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1995 Ford Bronco Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 21 reviews
No changes were introduced for the 1995 Ford Bronco. The guys in Dearborn were moving away from the rugged outdoorsy utility vehicle idea and toward the luxurious "sport-utility vehicle" concepts targeted at suburban drivers, so the last few years of the Bronco were something of a lame-duck enterprise.
None of this put off a core of Bronco fans, who welcomed the '95 Bronco as they had its predecessors. Although the Bronco was never a bargain model, price-wise, plenty of buyers were willing to take a hefty sticker as long as it delivered power, durability, and off-road versatility, and the 1995 Bronco excelled in all of those areas.
Four-wheel drive was standard on all models, and the Bronco had the heft, ground clearance, and rugged suspension to take on challenging terrain. Three trims were available for the '95 Ford Bronco: XL, XLT, and Eddie Bauer.
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Ford Bronco Questions
I Have A 1995 Ford Bronco Have Change Just About Every Sensor Under The Hoo...
Rear Fluid On Rims
I have my brakes that are squealing or scratching with you press hard. Then I noticed the that on the passenger side Rim there was something on the rims. I'm guessing brake fluid or something. I did...
Can Body Parts From A 93 Bronco Fit On A 95? Rear Quarter Panel.
What Should I Do To Improve Performance And Overall Longevity
I just bought a 1995 bronco xlt 4x4 with 351 windsor. When I start the truck, it just doesnt sound like it wants to start. It does start, but it sounds tired. what can I do to improve this
How Much Transmission Fluid Does My 1995 5.8l Automatic Take
I just bought a 1995 bronco 351 xlt. i changed the water pump, and transmission filter. but dont know how much transmission fluid to put in