This 1991 Ford Bronco XLT 4x4 has a dark heart style and the
largest fuel-injected V8 offered. So it looks like pure
intimidation - especially on those beefy wheels/tires. But this is
also a loaded SUV with the space and A/C comfort that makes this
mean machine everyday friendly.
We love the well-creased line of this generation Bronco. It has the
flat-faced look of an authoritative SUV even when it's just parted
at the local supermarket. So it's great to have the panels uphold
this sharp style. This is an XLT with some premium style, like the
full-length pinstripe. But a lot of the standout features are also
about adding to the function. There's a full-size spare on a
swing-away mount, upgraded polished side steps, and the bright side
mirrors are wide for trailering. Plus, the black paint has a good
look that has a good gloss and unites the roof and fender flares.
But those beefy upgraded fenders and serious Toyo Open Country
off-road tires also remind you why nothing on this one is ever too
lavish to make you hesitate from having some off-road fun. So what
you'll really see in this one is the kind of 4x4 that looks good
when it's out in traffic, and it has the right style and features
to make sure people will see this classic is still leading the pack
up the hill.
The reason why you seek out an XLT-spec version is for the
interior. This comes loaded with all the best features, including
power windows, power locks, electric rear defogger, a locking
center console, cup holders, cruise control, and an upgraded
AM/FM/CD stereo with USB input. And because the air conditioning is
blowing nice and cold, you can feel free to take off the rear
hardtop even in the summertime. High-back front bucket seats, a
tilt steering column, and full gauges give you a commanding driving
position. And because this Bronco is based on the full-size F-150,
you also get plenty of room for friends and all their gear.
Under the hood is the fuel-injected 5.8-liter V8. This was the
largest motor made available in its generation, and it's a
sought-after option today. It has the look of good maintenance, and
the way it fires up reaffirms this feeling. Plus, the updated
exhaust has a nice extra hint of V8 rumble. This was the final year
of its generation, and so you got some great updates, like the
push-button 4x4 transfer case and a four-speed automatic
transmission with overdrive. It made the rugged Bronco an easier
everyday machine. That's also true with the power steering, power
brakes, and front discs.
Complete with owner's manual, this is the imposing style you love
mixed with the comfort you really want. So it makes for an awesome
classic 4x4 that you know you need to get your hand on right now.