This 1996 Ford Bronco XLT is a versatile 4x4 with a fuel-injected
V8, overdrive transmission, and a loaded interior. And with the
market getting hot for the now-classic previous generation Bronco,
this value price makes for an even more impressive deal.
This is the final year of the previous generation Bronco, but
because Ford kept this full-size SUV away from us for so long, this
has also crossed the quarter-century threshold. That means it's
eligible for classic vehicle registration in many states (and many
more are just around the corner.) You've got all the best Bronco
features, like the removable hardtop, 4x4 stance, polished Ford
alloys, and a full-size spare tire on a swing-away mount. This one
was upgraded to a metallic brown later in life. This was a
comprehensive respray that includes the hardtop, grille, side
steps, and bumpers. So you have a unique-looking single-tone
vehicle. It looks good enough to get you some nice stares
in-between the stoplights, but the finish is not perfect. It's the
kind of style that's ideal for those who want to look good on the
streets but never get nervous about taking on off-road terrain. For
everyone else, you can also see that the value price can allow for
upgrades or personalization. And overall, that's how you should
view this Bronco. It's presented to be useful and fun, and there's
also leeway for you to make it more personal.
The gray cloth interior shows off a comfortable and loaded machine.
This includes power windows, power locks, keyless entry, a tilt
steering column, a cup holder center console, cruise control, and
the factory AM/FM/cassette stereo. There are provisions for other
desirable features, like the power rear window and air
conditioning, and they will just need servicing to function again.
A more modern classic also means modern safety features like a
driver's airbag and anti-lock brakes. The front bucket seats are
long-haul comfortable with fold-down armrests and electric
adjustable lumbar support. The back seat has plenty of room, and
behind it is a large cargo area. It reminds you that a full-size
SUV offers the ability to carry everyone and their gear for
whatever adventure you're up for.
Under the hood is the desirable 5.8-liter V8. This was the largest
option for the Bronco, and it comes with factory fuel injection.
It's unknown if the odometer reflects the full actual mileage, but
these motors are known for their robust reputation, and so you'll
probably be quite happy with the results after a tune-up. Part of
the appeal of the larger motor means more power for more fun. It's
a proper 4x4 with a push-button two-speed transfer case and manual
locking hubs, and so it's a useful machine for places like slippery
boat ramps. And the newer Cooper Discoverer tires know how to take
on the trails. Plus, this is setup to be everyday easy with power
steering, power brakes, front discs, and a four-speed automatic
transmission with overdrive.
Complete with owner's manual, this is the right mix of vintage
style and capable 4x4 fun. So at a price like this, you're looking
at an irresistible deal. Call now!