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1990 Ford Bronco II Eddie Bauer
160,297 Miles | Howell, NJ
$8,495
est. $153/mo

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1986 Ford Bronco II XLT
62,545 Miles | Grand Junction, CO
$5,500
est. $99/mo

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1987 Ford Bronco II XL
168,845 Miles | Bedford, VA
$4,795
est. $86/mo

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1990 Ford Bronco II XLT
73,634 Miles | Bucyrus, KS
$12,000
est. $216/mo

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1988 Ford Bronco II XLT
120,138 Miles | Gainesville, GA
$12,900
est. $232/mo

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1987 Ford Bronco II XL
43,111 Miles | Grand Rapids, MI
$22,900
est. $412/mo

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1986 Ford Bronco II Base
88,206 Miles | Statesville, NC
$19,900
est. $358/mo

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1987 Ford Bronco II XLT
51,493 Miles | Georgetown, TX
$27,995
est. $503/mo

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1989 Ford Bronco II Sport
95,567 Miles | Lodi, NJ
$13,995
est. $252/mo

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1988 Ford Bronco II Base
72,771 Miles | La Vergne, TN
$23,995
est. $431/mo

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1987 Ford Bronco II XL
67,389 Miles | Sheridan, WY
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est. $0/mo

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1990 Ford Bronco II XLT
43,667 Miles | Tampa, FL
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est. $0/mo

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1988 Ford Bronco II Base
99,956 Miles | Miami, FL
$7,990
est. $144/mo

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1989 Ford Bronco II XL
999,999 Miles | Lockport, LA
Accepting Offers
est. $0/mo

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1990 Ford Bronco II XL
999,999 Miles | Lockport, LA
Accepting Offers
est. $0/mo

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1988 Ford Bronco II Base
74,934 Miles | Abilene, TX
$15,995
est. $288/mo

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Ford Bronco II Owner Ratings & Reviews

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1989 Ford Bronco II - Fun Vehicle.

Jac
Williamsburg, Virginia
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
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.
Story
Drove it up what felt like a 45 degree incline, was so fun.
Pros
Cheap to work on, you could get under the car without jacking it up to work on it. I loved the ride height, I could see everything. It was also pretty short which made it very easy to park and get around. Because the car was nice and boxy the sound was great. And it shared a lot of parts with the Ford ranger, like headlights, and the mechanical parts, which made the parts a lot cheaper
Cons
They're getting old and harder to find. Shame Ford doesn't bring them back

1990 Ford Bronco II - One problem after another

Dalton
Vancouver, Washington
Overall
2.0
Value
1.0
Performance
2.0
Style
1.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
2.0
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 fo... (more)
Story
Taking my daughter and a friend up to Mt. Hood during the winter to play in the snow was very fun. Push button four wheel drive and doing cookies in the empty parking lot in the snow was a blast!!
Pros
All is not terrible though. Being a disabled vet, I've been unable to work. Which at times has left me homeless. I know from experience that sleeping in that old broken in bronco is very comfortable. Seats fold down and even with my few possessions there is room for me in there. It's 4 wheel drive so it's great in the pacific northwest during the winter. And when it's cold out, it gets me to the VA and back with no problems..... Usually.
Cons
Very unreliable in all but the shortest trips. Hot days you have to do any short trips early in the morning when its cool. One of the ugliest vehicles ever made.

2015 Ford Bronco II - Best car for a family

Kelli
Providence, Rhode Island
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
Great truck all around thus far. Very comfy to drive. Although there is a good amount of road noise. Will take on about any obstacle. For a full-size SUV with a V8, the gas mileage is actually pretty good (about 15 mpg hwy). Plenty of space for anything you might need to do with it and short wheel base means tight turns and u- turns are easy. Def had some manufacturing issues with body and paint prep for that time period. Rust is very common around rear wheel wells and bottom of tailgate, which has caused issues with rear window and body movement (rusted quarter panels and not supported completely and will flex). I have wanted a Bronco for years. Finally got one and would buy another any day. My Bronco has 160,000 on it now. It tows my boat like a truck, hauls kids like a station wagon... (more)
Pros
Great body lines, very maneuverable and tight turning radius, lifted has great ground clearance, good towing capacity and great acceleration amazing freeway mileage.
Cons
Eats a lot of gas during stop-and-go traffic.