1995 Ford Bronco User Reviews

1995 Ford Bronco Review Ratings

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Average Ratings from 21 reviews

  • Performance:4.3 out of 5 stars4.3 out of 5 stars4.3 out of 5 stars4.3 out of 5 stars4.3 out of 5 stars 4.3 / 5
  • Appearance:4.2 out of 5 stars4.2 out of 5 stars4.2 out of 5 stars4.2 out of 5 stars4.2 out of 5 stars 4.2 / 5
  • Build Quality:4.2 out of 5 stars4.2 out of 5 stars4.2 out of 5 stars4.2 out of 5 stars4.2 out of 5 stars 4.2 / 5
  • Overall: 4.7 out of 5 stars4.7 out of 5 stars4.7 out of 5 stars4.7 out of 5 stars4.7 out of 5 stars 4.7 / 5

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PROS
"reliable car" 6 reviews
"power" 6 reviews
"ride" 5 reviews
"space" 4 reviews
"comfortable car" 4 reviews
CONS
"fuel economy" 8 reviews
"expensive car" 2 reviews
"brakes" 2 reviews

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MrJados writes:
1995 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer 4WD Review
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4

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Power to get you out of (or into!) anything.
Tons of cargo room.
Maintenance is a breeze.

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Gas mileage (of course).
Some parts can be hard to come by given scarcity of these lately.
The dreaded Bronco Rust.

MrJados
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When America Knew What Building A Great Truck Was. — These are the last of when trucks were built right. And unlike anything made today, your average Bronco can just as easily get you to work as it can get you in trouble. Fun trouble. You'll never want for power, in fact when you can visibly see the fuel needle moving you might want for less. But that's okay. These were made in the day when fun was affordable and some of us like to remember that. Some tips for better mileage: -Roll your backseat forward as often as possible to distribute the weight more easily. (Or just remove the thing) -Lucas Upper Cylinder Lubricant. About 6-8oz in every other full tank. I also tend to dump a bottle of Seafoam every other month or so. -I hope this doesn't need to be said but, K&N Filter. You'll be surprised. With these and (sometimes) careful driving I can get about 15-16 city and 18-19 hwy. Do yourself a favor and skip over any automatic you find. The trans has a tendency to lag when tooling around town and hang on in third til you give it some throttle and back off til it upshifts. Waste of gas and torque. I suppose an Auto Bronco is better than no Bronco, but this beast was made with fun in mind. Eddie Bauer Edition: Very nice trim. Keep the leather well treated or you'll be prone to tears in the breathable stippling- Meguiars makes some of the best. Your rear window will (WILL) leak without proper reapplication of weatherstripping every couple of years or so; as such the carpeting in back will hold in any moisture and rust out your bed. Suggestion: tear it out and Rhinoline or Diamondplate the cargo bed. And most importantly, enjoy what proper American engineering feels like to drive.

Primary Use: Utility (towing boats, transporting cargo, etc.)

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Eddie writes:
1995 Ford Bronco XL 4WD Review
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1995 Oj Mobile. — This truck has served me well. It is built like a tank. I cannot seem to get it stuck. It is horrible on gas, but that is ok. I can still smoke any little honda that tries, and if they do pass me, i can drive over them. This is by far one of the funnest most versitile vehicles I have ever owned or driven.

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jakery writes:
1995 Ford Bronco XLT 4WD Review
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scary to people in small cars lol

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gas guzzler

jakery
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Meh — its a silver anniversery edition bronco and its a huge beast of a vehicle as the 315W 5L v8 ,has the 32 gallon tank, it was the po's baby garaged kept and never seen s pec of mud thats gonna change now that i have it

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

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Benjamin writes:
1995 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer 4WD Review
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It's a Ford Bronco- a true classic in all incarnations.

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A little thirsty, but I can afford it so I'm not complaining.

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It Is Probally The Best Vehicle I Have Ever Driven. Easy To Work On, 4wd, Moves Fast For Its Size. — It is an amazing Beast. I love this truck. From now on, there will be a Bronco in my driveway. It will last you forever if you take care of it. The 351 Windsor really helps it move, and is an amazing, if thirsty, performer. I have one of the only ones in my town and get compliments from everyone. I even had a guy in a 208 BMW 7 series roll down his window and tell me how great looking my truck is. I wouldn't trade it for anything.

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Sebastian writes:
1995 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer 4WD Review
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everything but gas

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15 mpg

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1995 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer — got this truck mid summer in El Paso Texas, and the first thing that got my attention was the way it looked like you could throw anything at it, and it would keep on going. after getting it stuck 4 or 5 times i realized that i need bigger tires and a lift but that will come with tax time. over all this is the nicest truck i have ever driven, its easy to park and very roomy. and unless you take it in a reservoir that it just rained in it wont get stuck. over all a beautiful truck.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

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Gonzalo writes:
1995 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer 4WD Review
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Space, power, reliiability, durability, V8, 4WD, comfort, safe, Full Size

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Bit weak A/C system, no rear disk brakes configuration.

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Aview Over The 50 Years Old Ford Bronco! — Nothing like the handling of an IFS system well tunned with double shock absorbers on each of the Massive 31 x 10.5 x R15 A/T of the Bronco, Its awesome how you can really rely on the massive and sturdy stabilizer bars on the front and the rear ends, once you changed the comon black rubber for polyurethane ones... The truck feels stiff and firm, no matter the terrain. When talking about Building quality, it only haves one weakness tnat can be solved adding an extra link on the chassis on the front area of the engine to avoid craking the engine bridge that links the chassis to the IFS system, once you did that linkage using a sturdy bar, the truck its almost undestructible. The trransmission system its very strong no matter if you´re running on the M50D wich is the Mazda Manual 5speed Transmision or the E40d wich its the 4speed overdriven electrical automatic shift transmision. This automatic transmission, by the way, its the swiz watch of the ford tansmissions, it works so efficiently and smoothly that you´ll harldy notice the shiftings. Engine talking... The only V8 engine I´ve tryed its the 302EFI, and I got no complaints, its an amazing engine, so reliable as army stuff, 400.000km on it and stills haves beatifull compression and no oil comsumption, and mines V8 haves 275 thousands Km and the vacuum of the valvetrain stills working beautiful, its a powerful engine, that can take you wherever you want to go, you have available plenty of torque from the 1400rpm and a flat curve of HP from 1800, so in the manual transmision set you can travel at 130km/h in a diesel like 2300rpm. This truck never breaks, only maintain it and it will last more than you, so the overall cost of having it is not high at all. Only take care about the brakes, because as it is a really heavy truck (more than 2 tons) the brake system is constantly under heavy pressure and stress. The best part of being a Bronco Owner is that you´ll be able to travel fast, safe and confortable as long as you want to go, but when de road ends... just rely on your Low range 4WD and the power of its small block heavy duty Iron V8 engine, and you´ll see how far it can take you withou worrying about space, because there its PLENNTY! its a terrific truck! No more words about the full size Bronco, for me its a Ford emblematic car that represents the spirit of the make just like the Mustang.

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Roxy writes:
1995 Ford Bronco XLT 4WD Review
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engine power, reliability, comfort, no frills

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middle brake light shorted constantly

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Solid Rig, My Barbie Bronco! — Had the "Barbie" Bronco for 8 years, and really enjoyed it. It had an awesome small block 5.7L V8, and had great torque. I took good care of it, and in return, it took good care of me. One small issue was the vehicle speed control unit, it smoldered one day in 2004 and fried the plug (no big deal to me, I never used cruise control) but it also affected my horn it rendered it useless (used my horn all the time, argh!). Then in fall of 2005 Ford sent recalls out on that exact part. The Bronco had a removable top, but I had heard through other Bronco owners that the seal breaks once removed, and a new (expensive) seal is needed to put it back on, so I opted out of going topless. Plus the fact that the top was heavier than a whale and you'd need a football team to remove it pretty much solidified my choice. Overall, VERY sturdy rig, powerful engine, great in snow, roomy and comfy, modest interior/exterior, and it saved my life in the freakiest accident... I loved and miss Barbie. Why did Ford stop making the Bronco?? I would buy a new one if they brought it back, and they should go retro like they did with the 'Stang! (I would love an optional 6 speed manual!!)

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alyssakirk writes:
1995 Ford Bronco XLT 4WD Review
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fun to drive, four wheel drive is great.

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not very reliable. gas milage sucks

alyssakirk
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A Fun, Tough Little Truck. — the truck is really cool since they are not very common, but i wish it was just a little more reliable. it can tow our boat, or just be a nice cruiser to work. it is a decent truck to have. i like it a lot.

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Jayson writes:
1995 Ford Bronco XLT 4WD Review
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Wicked Reliable!

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Expensive to own.

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Fun And Reliable! — Performance, build, appearance, and fun are all on the higher end... however it costs a lot to own. Gets about 8 miles to the gallon, but it makes it up by being simply fun to drive, plus it looks beast! Get one, it'll be your dream car after you buy it!

Primary Use: Family transportation

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bfr74vz writes:
1995 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer 4WD Review
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Great in deep snow

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Cramped rear seating

bfr74vz
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Big Bronco — I purchased my Bronco back in 99, I need something to get me around in the snow. Great truck, not the best gas mileage since it has a 5.8 ltr engine. Many options have pushed the horsepower from 225 to about 310

Primary Use: Family transportation

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1996 Ford Bronco Reviews

Favorite Vehicle Of All Time. By 1987SRV

Love the Bronco for it's body styling, rugged F-series full size safety and towing ability. The short wheel base makes it turn very tightly and it is a lot of fun to drive. I have 35 inch tires with s... Read More

Love It By Ian

Its got decent power for how big it is. It is very reliable with the 5.0 and has never given me any issues. It looks unique around all of the 4 door SUVS and is more fun than they can ever be. Read More

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1994 Ford Bronco Reviews

Even With The Flaws Just A Outstanding Suv I Love It By elliottlau77

its a semi project most is complete just the minor details to go now. The gas is horrible but honestly I don't care its a blast , fun to race on the coast, fun as heck to drive in the mud . Custo... Read More

Brono By Dave

Older truck, not bad on the looks. Hasn't left me stranded yet, and i blew the trans. holds its value nicely. 351 is a strong and reliable engine. plenty of cargo space, back seat is roomy. cut off th... Read More

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1993 Ford Bronco Reviews

Fun Fullsize Truck By TERMINATOREX

302 engine is great power... many upgrades......Some mustang upgrades apply to this trucks engine. Can take a 32 tire without lift.... All steel construction.....Does have aftermarket fiberglass panel... Read More

If You Are Somebody Who Lives In The Country Than This Trucks For You. By Dustin

I like my Ford Bronco! I don't care what people say about it. It has 175,000 miles on the odometer, but that's not alot considering it was made in 1993. I think I want to fix it up, but I need to find... Read More

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1992 Ford Bronco Reviews

Love It By griskait

it big and awesome in the snow. Great for trips and weekend out camping. really easy to drive and go around town. If you don't mind the 12 mpg it is a great and fun car. And is really built to last Read More

One Of God's Most Wonderful Automotive Creations. By Brandon

I love my Bronco all around. It may be a gas guzzler, but its a beast. It works great for in-city driving, but is nearly unmatched at classic country fun (i.e. hunting, fishing, mudding, mud-bogging, ... Read More

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1991 Ford Bronco Reviews

Fun Truck! By andrew_hall94

it is a good truck for off road/ mudding. it has no trouble hauling. strong engine and frame. parts are easy to find. fuel economy isn't the best but that's to be expected in a 5.0 v8 from 1991. Just ... Read More

Lots Of Fun By jayjay101

yes even full size its still a bit tippy decent on fuel not great good brakes now right side blindness even without the cap on definatly a safe ride handles and drives tight and straight powers good... Read More

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