by Tsoko24 on May 28, 2009 Vehicle: 1992 Ford Bronco XLT 2dr SUV 4WD
I have had this Bronco for about 5 years now and it is a beast. The 5.8L 351 V8 will tow anything and has enough power to beat anything. This truck is amazing. Mud, Snow, Rocks, Sand is no match for the four wheel drive system. This Truck contines to amaze me in every way possible. The gas mileage is not very good. 10-12mpg in the city with the big V8. Even for being 17 years old it is one of the best looking cars on the road. I love it.
by jasmith1982 on Oct 24, 2008 Vehicle: 1992 Ford Bronco XLT 2dr SUV 4WD
Even though this SUV is about 16 years old, it still blows the doors off some of the best vehicles out today. Excellent design. Great towing capabilities. It's a workhorse. Having the government-issue fire marshal suspension and drive train is amazing. EEC IV system works great, as long as the connections don't get wet and the computer doesn't get corroded. The ECU (computer) is a hassle to replace. The dual shocks on each front wheel gives a smooth ride. On average 12-13 mpg in town. Most mechanical parts interchangeable with ford F-series. Parts are readily available.
by spyne on Mar 23, 2003 Vehicle: 1992 Ford Bronco XLT 2dr SUV 4WD
I bought my Bronco new with 3 miles on
the odometer. It now has about 122K and
I'm still happy with the truck. Overall
this has been the best vehicle I've ever
owned. It's somewhat low tech by
today's standards, but has proven to be
very reliable and up to any task I've
ever asked of it. In the last few
months I'm starting to notice some
rust-through in the bottom of the
tailgate as well as in the front bumper.
by RonS on Nov 18, 2002 Vehicle: 1992 Ford Bronco XLT 2dr SUV 4WD
Have had vehicle 10+ years, and 86000
miles, and have been very happy with it.
It's best feature is that with only one
exception, it has been very reliable,
held up well, and been fun to drive. The
unusual reliability feature is that the
fuel pumps go every 25-30,000 miles. Am
on the 3rd one now. The cost has gone up
each time, the latest being about $600
to replace, due to its being in-tank
taking much labor, plus it's an
Too bad they don't make it anymore, as
it's a vey easy to maneuver vehicle,
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