1996 Ford Bronco Overview


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Based on 15 reviews

96 Bronco by David
 — Great utility vehicle. Bronco is great off road (as long as it's not on narrow trails) and outstanding in the snow. Have had mine every where from the deserts of California to traveling the trails of ... Read More
It's A Full Size Bronco by Michael
 — What can I say about the Bronco that hasn''t already been said, it's fun, cool, paid for, has a tourqy ass 351 Windsor, super reliable, easy to work on, built like a tank it will go anywhere, Awesome ... Read More
I Love My Truck by Chelsea
 — love the 4x4 during the snowstorms. good solid truck overall. just whish it was better on gas. great heater, really good air conditioning. can fit some really big items in the back. like futons and lo... Read More

1996 Ford Bronco Overview

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1996 Ford Bronco

The 1996 Ford Bronco was the last of its line produced with the exception of a concept car that made an appearance at shows in 2004. The Bronco would give way to the Expedition.

The Bronco would go out in style, with an available TV and VCR available for its top trim (the Centurion) for its final model year.

The Bronco remains a favorite of off-road enthusiasts and tuners alike, even after a decade out of production. There's much to love in the '96 Bronco; its Twin Tractor Beam suspension, high ground clearance, and solid 4-wheel drive make it much better at taking on tough off-road terrain than a lot of later 4x4 vehicles.  

People looking for a project find the Bronco to be a great base for experimentation; its two-and-a-half tons of solid Detroit steel mean you can jack it up or low-ride it to your heart's content and still have a rugged, durable ride.

Yes, it's basic, boxy, and a little bouncy in the interior, but that's part of the Bronco's charm to many drivers. Even after all the fancy SUVs that have succeeded it, the 1996 Bronco remains a popular American classic.


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