1994 Ford Bronco
48,128 Miles
$23,900

Woodstock, IL
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1990 Ford Bronco
$17,995

Reedsburg, WI
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1968 Ford Bronco
695 Miles
$39,817

Athens, GA
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1972 Ford Bronco
398 Miles
$49,990

Fairfield, CA
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1978 Ford Bronco
13,478 Miles
$23,490

Burlington, NJ
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1989 Ford Bronco
99,058 Miles
$15,000

Asheboro, NC
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1995 Ford Bronco
88,978 Miles
$9,999

Twin Falls, ID
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1992 Ford Bronco
44,496 Miles
$24,997

De Witt, IA
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1968 Ford Bronco
26,613 Miles
$42,900

Los Angeles, CA
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1990 Ford Bronco
129,632 Miles
$13,988

Greensburg, IN
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1972 Ford Bronco
84,654 Miles
$49,866

Cumming, GA
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1993 Ford Bronco
$9,995

Great Falls, MT
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1993 Ford Bronco
71,433 Miles
$23,995

Fort Myers, FL
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1993 Ford Bronco
1 Miles
$4,897

Bradenton, FL
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1968 Ford Bronco
88,415 Miles
$39,999

Mesa, AZ
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1989 Ford Bronco
60,093 Miles
$4,500

Chandler, OK
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1993 Ford Bronco
102,894 Miles
$9,950

Blair, NE
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1995 Ford Bronco
173,248 Miles
$18,546

Downers Grove, IL
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1970 Ford Bronco
$20,000

Brookings, SD
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Ford Bronco Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.3
Value
4.2
Performance
4.4
Style
4.2
Comfort
4.2
Fuel Economy
1.8
Maintenance
3.7

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1992 Ford Bronco - Awesome convertible type off-road 4x4 utility vehicle

St. Leonard, Maryland
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
5.0
I love that this truck is four wheel drive. It has an automatic shift with automatic locking hubs that are very sturdy for your everyday 4wd needs. With a relatively short wheel base and larger v8 engine it tows and drives and reverses with a trailer very easy with some practice and without large blind spots. It has a bullet proof motor that rarely if ever will leave your stranded , tons of power , drives well and all electronics has worked great for 20+ years. Seats have never ripped and air filled lumbar supports still hold air and inflate like new. All climate control works and blows very hot and very cold its got great pickup and is very substantial on the road. It sits up nice and high and has acts as a truck and an SUV with the removable top and tailgate , except it turns better ... (more)
Story
Driving with the top off and getting caught in a hail storm and driving home to find the back of it had turned into a cooler filled with golf ball sized pieces of hail on top of my grocery's.
Pros
The pros of my truck are the great off road capability rivaling or matching any other brand specifically manufactured for off road use and has the ability to tackle much more then just your standard off-road situations and bad weather situations. It also has a removable hard top that changes the look of the truck dramatically and a fold down or removable back seat with a tailgate witch basically turns it into a short bed truck so its very versatile and fairly strait-forward and easy to change between the two configurations. The aftermarket used and new parts market is extremely strong for ... (more)
Cons
Some of the bad about this truck is that the removable top almost always leaks after being re installed , some of the sheet mettle tends to develop rust due to a lower quality metal and flaws in the joints on body panels , the rear seat is a bit small and uncomfortable for passenger and with the top off it eliminates the functionality of the rear seat belt making it so its not usable for a passenger witch can be extremely dangerous in an accident. The headlights work but are slightly dim compared to other models due too how they are manufactured for durability with darker thicker glass to ... (more)

1989 Ford Bronco - My Bronco

Hayward, California
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Maintenance
3.0
I bought this vehicle for two reasons. First was a bit of nostalgia. My Father owned a Bronco the first year they came out, so it was a bit of remembering the good times and wanting to share those with my kids. The other reason was for the benefits a four wheel truck would offer - being able to go off roading, go to the snow without fear of getting stuck, camping, or just long trips together. This Bronco offered room for my family, enough room for everything we wanted to bring, and comfort for my wife and I. It had a larger engine so I could tow anything I needed and that came in handy when I moved my kids into their college dorms. Gas mileage sucked, but that was expected with an 8 cylinder engine and I did not buy it for the mileage. It was the bigger Bronco, so I felt safe wh... (more)
Story
My family had lots of fun trips to the mountains to go skiing or camping. Loading up the Bronco (not necessarly unloading) became a family chore that we all did together. When my mom would visit from out of state it was a blast to let her drive it as her and my dad owned one of the first Broncos made. It brought back memories that we both could share with our kids.
Pros
Big, powerful engine Roomy and comfortable seating Great sound system Great command of the roadway Loved the midnight blue color Nostalgia, even had to go out to lock the hubs Towing package that assisted in towing large loads Not fearful of other drivers on the road
Cons
Lousy paint job that pealed off and Ford did not fix it. Cylinder on the right side was ill placed and overheated with time causing mild engine failure. Initially had a bad floorboard that ended up on recall and fixed by Ford. Expensive to maintain. Terrible gas mileage.

1989 Ford Bronco - It does what it needs to do

Johnson City, Tennessee
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
3.0
I have now owned this truck for about 3 months and don't really have many problems with it. I really like that fact that even though it is 26 years old, it still gets pretty good gas mileage and still runs pretty well. I am not a big fan of where a lot of things were placed for the driver. The window switches are lower on the door panel and not easy to see at night, I really dislike the wiper switch being on the dash because you have to remove your hands from the steering wheel in order to turn them on/higher. I do like the fact that I have an SUV so I can bring my kids around with me, but at the same time I can load my tools up and go out on a job in needed.
Pros
The removable backseat - Comes out very easily The amount of windows and their size The engine is easy to work on Everything seems to be built well and plastic is soft as in most cars
Cons
There are no shoulder belts for the backseat. The wiper switch is on the dash. The window/lock switch is low and hard to see at night. The seat belts don't lock as they should when pulled. All motors in the truck are very slow.