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Ford 1989 Bronco II
1989 Ford Bronco II Sport
44,119 Miles
Grand Rapids, MI
18
días en el mercado
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18
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$22,900
Ford 1990 Bronco II
1990 Ford Bronco II XLT
87,989 Miles
Fort Lupton, CO
109
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109
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$18,977
Ford 1984 Bronco II
1984 Ford Bronco II Base
46,484 Miles
Enterprise, OR
251
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251
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$8,500
Ford 1985 Bronco II
1985 Ford Bronco II Eddie Bauer
27,030 Miles
Concord, NC
424
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424
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$16,995
Ford 1989 Bronco II
1989 Ford Bronco II XLT
31,261 Miles
Brea, CA
18
días en el mercado
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18
días en el mercado
$19,995
Ford 1990 Bronco II
1990 Ford Bronco II XLT
72,792 Miles
Fort Pierce, FL
42
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42
días en el mercado
$19,499
Ford 1989 Bronco II
1989 Ford Bronco II Sport
95,567 Miles
Lodi, NJ
636
días en el mercado
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636
días en el mercado
$13,995
Ford 1986 Bronco II
1986 Ford Bronco II Base
125,630 Miles
Mc Cook, IL
345
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345
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$13,950
Ford 1988 Bronco II
1988 Ford Bronco II Base
99,958 Miles
Miami, FL
988
días en el mercado
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$7,990

Ford Bronco II CALIFICACIONES Y RESEÑAS DE PROPIETARIOS

Reseñas de propietarios
4.2
10 Opiniones
5 estrella
50%
4 estrella
30%
3 estrella
10%
2 estrella
10%
1 estrella
0%
En general
4.2
Valor
4.2
Estilo
4.2
Rendimiento
3.6
Comodidad
4.6
Economía de combustible
3.8
Fiabilidad
4.0
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Jac
Jac
Williamsburg, Virginia
5.0
Fun Vehicle.
I loved the ride height of this vehicle, it was just a ton of fun to ride around. Very cheap as well, pretty good gas mileage, about twenty miles to the gallon and had a huge gas tank of 20 gallons. Great four wheel drive as well, super fun to off road. It had a reputation for flipping over but this was incredibly unwarranted, it was not made to drive like a sports car, it was always very stable for me. I once drove up on a snow bank to park when that was the only spot left in the lot, so it was very useful in that way. Could also seat four very comfortably.
Dalton
Dalton
Vancouver, Washington
2.0
One problem after another
Given that this is a 25 year old vehicle I expected to have to do a little maintenance here and there. I did not expect to be gambling on whether or not I'd need a tow truck to get home every time I started it and went somewhere. To begin with, it's ugly. But, I'm a disabled vet and very poor so looks are last on my list of importance. Soon after purchasing the alternator and battery both needed replaced. We went ahead and replaced all plugs and wires at that time. Air conditioner was disconnected. After connecting it, it started to die at random times. Sometimes while driving down the road. Once it would die it would need to sit for a couple of hours before it would start again. If just making a quick trip to the store you could not turn it off unless you were expecting to be there for a couple hours or it wouldn't start. Multiple mechanics shops and several parts later it still wouldn't run right. My dad replaced the starter and wiring which fixed that issue. The latest issue has been with the transmission over heating. On hot days you can not drive it at all without the tranny fluid boiling out of the reservoir, leaving me in a smoke cloud and no tranny until I've added fluid. Even after putting a new huge cooling reservoir on it, this is still a problem. Even on cold days, I cannot go on any trip more than 45 minutes away.
Brendan
Brendan
Bottineau, North Dakota
4.0
Ford Bronco II. The best small SUV around.
It is a 1988 Ford Bronco II. It is four-wheel drive with lugs. It is one of the best small-form SUVs ever made. It runs well on the highway, goes great off road and does very well in the snow and rain. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a nice, older SUV 4x4.