Perhaps no other early 4WD captured the American Spirit as the Ford Bronco. The Ford Bronco was an instant hit when it was introduced in 1966 as a rugged, simple and economical compact SUV. The Bronco soon had a reputation for having many utility type uses as well as superior off road capability. The Ford Bronco remained on top of the food chain when it came to America's choice in a SUV and 4x4. Their utility and off road capability transcends all generations of the Bronco as they still appeal to the new generation of 4X4 enthusiasts. Known as the 5th Generation of the Bronco, the full size 1992 to 1996 models were also the most equipped. The redesign of the Bronco for 1992 would include the addition of a number of safety features, including front crumple zones, three-point seatbelts for the rear seat, and a center-mounted rear brake light. In 1994, as with the F-150, the Bronco received a standard driver-side airbag and reinforced internal door beams.
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this excellent 1995 Bronco XLT for your consideration. It is powered by its 5.0 302 v8 engine paired with an automatic transmission. The truck runs and handles as it should. Highlights include upgraded radio, locking hubs, speakers, new gas tank, fresh transmission seals, newer shocks, upgraded ignition system, K&N air filter, full size-rear mounted swing away spare tire, white letter BFG white letter tires, tilt steering column, center console, power brakes, power steering, air conditioning. The Bronco is finished in red over a gray interior and shows well.