1995 Ford Ranger

Pickup trucks are consistently ranked among the most sought-after automobiles today. Over the previous decade, pickup trucks have evolved from being mostly used as work vehicles to many people’s preferred mode of personal mobility. Pickups, just like vehicles, are available in a range of sizes, from little to enormous. This article focuses on the 1995 Ford Ranger.

There is a pickup on the market to suit everyone’s preferences and requirements, ranging from tiny versions with just two seats to full-size behemoths with six seats and four-wheel drive and crew cabs. Full-size vehicles are the most popular since fleet clients like public utilities and construction organizations choose to purchase them. Still, the small pickups are coming in a close second.


The Ford Ranger came in 9 trim levels offerings in 1995:

  • Base
  • XL
  • XLT
  • XL SuperCab
  • XLT SuperCab
  • Splash
  • Splash SuperCab
  • STX
  • STX SuperCab

Performance and Fuel Economy

The 1995 Ranger STX is similar to other sports coupes in that it has a powerful V6 engine, an automatic gearbox, and a bigger cab that may be used for additional safe storage or the occasional transportation of additional people. It is not only stylish but also practical. The Ranger STX is very sporty when fitted with a V6 engine with a capacity of 4 liters. In whatever driving condition, it maintains a respectable speed and power and can transport a payload of 1250 pounds.

The ground clearance of 6.6 inches ought to be sufficient for almost all off-road fans, except the most daring of those who pursue the hobby. The Ranger Super Cab and four-wheel drive add significant weight to the vehicle, so the 20-gallon petrol tank comes in handy. The automatic gearbox makes the gear change seamlessly.


  • Height: 64.0 in
  • Length: 184.3 in
  • Width: 69.4 in
  • Curb weight: 2,927 lbs

Engine type: Gas Inline 4

Fuel tank: 16.3 g

1995 Ford Ranger

1995 Ford Ranger Factory Service Manual

This Ford Ranger Repair Manual includes all there is to know about the workings of the vehicle. The repair manual for your 1995 Ford Ranger is not included in the price that you paid for the car. However, he owner’s manuals for your 1995 Ford Ranger comes standard with the vehicle.

The repair manuals are quite detailed and cover every facet of the vehicles functioning.

Design, Comfort, and Quality

The STX is a pickup truck; it’s just tall and good-looking. The Ranger had a significant redesign a couple of years ago, and it sports a new grille for the current model year. The vehicle’s corners have been rounded off, and the windscreen has been raked back, which results in the truck having a fashionable and aggressive appearance. For an even greater sense of flashiness, the Super Cab STX has visuals that are vivid and attention-grabbing.

The Super Cab features two fold-down rear jump seats arranged crossways. These are only practical for short distances or if the passengers are young enough that the trip may be considered an adventure. They are reminiscent of configurations that were formerly common in classic sports vehicles. It is convenient to have the additional room behind the seats for safe storage of packages, and it also offers a location for the optional CD changer.

Increased Comfort

The rough buckboards of the past have given way to far more comfortable pickups in today’s world. The ride quality of the Ranger STX is not all that dissimilar to that of a contemporary four-door family car. Large Firestone Wilderness AT tires with a size of 265/75 R15 can absorb some of the impacts of irregularities on the road or path. The high four-wheel-drive stance provides exceptional sight because of its elevated position.

A rotary switch on the dashboard may be used to engage the optional electronically controlled four-wheel drive system that was installed in the test truck we drove. It is simple to operate and helps to keep the floor clear of debris. The four-wheel drive high range may be used at any speed below 55 miles per hour; however, the four-wheel drive low range requires the vehicle to be stopped and in neutral gear before it can be engaged. Front hubs that lock themselves automatically are a standard feature of this equipment.

1995 Ford Ranger — Owner’s Manual

When people buy a 1995 Ranger, they get the 1995 Ford Ranger Owners Manual that contains all the necessary information for future upkeep, operation, and features of the vehicle.

  • Introduction
  • Troubleshooting
  • Operation
  • Overview
  • Maintenance
  • Maintenance Record

Even though this list contains all you might possibly need to know, the owner’s manuals for the 1995 Ford Ranger offers even more tips and tricks to improve the driving experience.

1995 Ford Ranger Price

The 1995 Ford Ranger trim levels are priced at:

  • XL: $10,224 or €9998
  • XLT: $11,881 or €11619
  • XL SuperCab: $12,776 or €12494
  • XLT SuperCab: $13,276 or €12983
  • Splash: $13,359 or €13064
  • Splash SuperCab: $14,933 or €14603
  • STX: $17,356 or €16973
  • STX SuperCab: $18,553 or €18143

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the reliability rating of the Ford Ranger?

3.5 out of 5

How many miles can you get out of a ’95 Ranger?

300,000 with proper care and maintenance

How much HP does the ’95 Ranger have?