Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1989 Ford Bronco XLT 4x4 has a well-defined classic style, true 4x4 ability, a loaded A/C interior, and desirable fuel-injected V8 power. It makes for the right total package when you want to be bold and premium without losing that everyday useful appeal.
We love this generation Bronco because it has one of the most well-chiseled styles around. So it just feels like time erodes rocks quicker than these beefy lines. But the whole appearance is about style with the substance. For example, the respray of the factory-correct Colonial White was a compressive one with plenty of gloss and shine. So it looks good as it coordinates the removable hardtop. And speaking of coordination, there is a nice dark detail package with the upgraded tinted windows, rub strips, and details of the full-size spare tire on the swing-away mount. There are bright chrome bumpers, polished 15-inch wheels, and wide towing mirrors that have both flair and function. The same goes for the upgraded exhaust tips and tubular step rails. It makes for a total package that looks good in the city, but also one that never looks afraid to get deeper into nature than the new-age soft-roaders out there.
The premium XLT interior gives you a nice place to spend some time. That means bucket seats up front with a center console in-between. It's easy to get long-haul comfortable with fold-down armrests, a tilt steering column, cruise control buttons on the steering wheel, and a full gauge package with tach. This is loaded with even more features like power windows, power locks, and a more recent investment to keep the air conditioning blowing cold. The stereo is now an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo with USB input, Bluetooth, and a subwoofer speaker system. This is the kind of 4x4 that's great to share with family and friends because the rear offers plenty of legroom while also still giving you a ton of cargo space. And that removable rear hardtop is always a fun piece for when you want to enjoy nature to the fullest.
Under the hood is the optional 5.8-liter V8. This was the larger motor for the Bronco, and this even comes for the desirable generation with factory fuel injection. It has even been well maintained where you can spot the right fundamentals like the newer hoses and an Optima deep cycle battery. It makes for a strong driving package. And in fact, a more modern classic like this can be everyday useful thanks to the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes w/front discs. And when the pavement ends, the two-speed 4x4 transfer case and tall/meaty BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/As really help you keep going.
Stylish, useful, and absolutely iconic - this Bronco is the right SUV when you want to look vintage without giving up comfort or capability. Call today!!!
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