How much horsepower does a 1989 Ford Bronco have?

How much horsepower does a 1989 Ford Bronco have?

How much horsepower does a 1989 Ford Bronco have?


Inline 4
Displacement : 2294 cc | 140.0 cu in. | 2.3 L.
Power : 88 HP (64.768 KW) @ 3800 RPM
Torque : 130 Ft-Lbs (176 NM) @ 2800 RPM
Bore : 96.0 mm | 3.78 in.

What is the difference between a Bronco and a Bronco II?

The Bronco II was designed to be a smaller alternative to the Bronco. While Ford’s F-150 acted as the base for the Bronco, the Bronco II used the Ford Ranger pickup for its base. This meant when it launched in 1984, the Bronco II was smaller in every dimension than the Bronco.

Why did Ford stop selling the Bronco?

The Ford Bronco is a model line of sport utility vehicles manufactured and marketed by Ford. Following a decline in demand for large two-door SUVs, Ford discontinued the Bronco after the 1996 model year, replacing it with the four-door Ford Expedition; followed by the larger Ford Excursion.

What engine does a Bronco 2 have?

Ford Bronco II
Related Ford Ranger
Engine 2.8 L Cologne V6 2.9 L Cologne V6 2.3 L Mitsubishi 4D55T turbodiesel I4
Transmission Manual: 4-speed Mazda TK4 5-speed Mazda TK5 5-speed Mazda M5OD-R1 5-speed Mitsubishi FM145 5-speed Mitsubishi FM146 Automatic: 3-speed C5 4-speed A4LD

What engine is in a 1989 Bronco?

1989 Ford Bronco 5.8L EFi V-8 automatic (156.5 kW / 213 PS / 210 hp) (since mid-year 1988 for North America U.S.) specs review.

What is the best year Ford Bronco?

The years with the most available models are also the years where you’ll have the most options. 1974 and 1975 Broncos are some of the most desirable and also the most available.

How long is the wait for Bronco?

Ford says customers should ask their dealership about their timelines for getting a new Bronco SUV, and our local dealer told us the wait will be six months to a year.