My 1983 bronco xlt weighs 4200 pounds.
The weight of Ford Bronco's varies considerably. My 81 Bronco has no features of any kind, no cruise, no AC, no carpet, no headliner, and is completely bare bones. I haven't removed anything, it was just a low end model. It weighs right around 4000 lbs. However, some Broncos came with all the luxeries and features, plus V8 engines (mine's a straight 6), which add a lot of weight, sometimes up to 5000 - 5500 lbs.
Honestly, the best way to find out is to grab a bunch of recylables, go to a local recycle yard, and have them weigh you when you come in and when you go out. It's a free way to get your vehicle weight tested.
Ford stopped making the Bronco with the 1996 model
A 1988 Ford Bronco weighs between 4300 and 4600 lbs. Weight variations depend on the make of the car and if it has been modified.
that depends how early. my 83 weighs around 4600 lbs.
A 1990 Ford Thunderbird Super Coupe weighs approximately 3,600 pounds.
Its on the registration. Its around 3,600 lbs.
my 1984 bronco with a 5.0 and automatic transmission weighs about 5200lbs. Options on yours may be different making the weight slightly different. but it would only be slightly different.
I just found it somewhere on the net - My 1990 with a 2.9 holds 7 quarts - 8 quarts with no AC.
Stock is 3000lbs
The base curb weight of the 1986 Ford Bronco is 4,374 pounds. This is for the 4.9 liter North American version.
300 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ A 1995 Ford Bronco , 5.8 / 351 cubic inch V8 has ( 210 horsepower ) from the factory
It is used in extremely cold climates to aid in starting. The block heater keeps the fluids warm for a much faster start.
Ford has a very proud tradition of using various horse themes to name their cars. We can look no further than the Ford Mustang, the muscle car that defines the brand. Ford liked the Bronco so much, they even came out with a Bronco II.
around 4400 pounds.
I have a 1992 (same model as 1990) 2.5d LWB 190 transit, V5 states 3500kgDepends what model there are quite a few!
about 13 quarts.
The 1990 Ford Tempo base sedan has a curb weight of 2,587 pounds. The base sedan came with a 2.3 liter, 4-cylinder engine, and had a 3-speed automatic transmission.
I BELIEVE the 2.9 liter V6 engine in a 1988 Ford Bronco II is rated at ( 140 horsepower from the factory )
A 78 Bronco that came with all the luxuries and options was roughly $7500 - $8000.
Approx. 3000lbs or 1.5 tons
Depending on the year the car was made, the Ford Expedition's weight ranges from 4805 pounds to 5350 pounds.