Ford Bronco Wiper Blade Sizes (1977-2024)

Driving your bold Ford Bronco loses its adventure when streaky windshield views have you squinting instead of taking in scenic routes (or simple lane markings). Restore crystal clear visibility in any weather by installing a new set of wiper blades.

With so many options, which replacement blades will actually fit? Consult our Bronco wiper blade size chart by model year below so you can stop playing guessing games. We’ll also tell you the wiper blade brand that’s consistently relied on by Ford truck fans for long-lasting, smooth, chatter-free performance year-round.

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Ford Bronco Wiper Blade Size Chart

Note: Because of the pinch style mount and flat windshield, for best fit, we recommend OE Motorcraft blades for the 6th generation Bronco.

1996SUV18"18"n/aBosch ICON
1995SUV18"18"n/aBosch ICON
1994SUV18"18"n/aBosch ICON
1993SUV18"18"n/aBosch ICON
1992SUV18"18"n/aBosch ICON
1991SUV18"18"n/aBosch ICON
1990SUV18"18"n/aBosch ICON
1989SUV18"18"n/aBosch ICON
1988SUV18"18"n/aBosch ICON
1987SUV18"18"n/aBosch ICON
1986SUV18"18"n/aBosch ICON
1985SUV18"18"n/aBosch ICON
1984SUV18"18"n/aBosch ICON
1983SUV18"18"n/aBosch ICON
1982SUV18"18"n/aBosch ICON
1981SUV18"18"n/aBosch ICON
1980SUV18"18"n/aBosch ICON
1979SUV15"15"n/aBosch ICON
1978SUV15"15"n/aBosch ICON
1977SUV15"15"n/aBosch ICON

About the Ford Bronco

The Ford Bronco is an iconic American SUV with a storied history that dates back to its original introduction in 1966. Designed to compete with small, off-road vehicles like the Jeep CJ-5 and the International Harvester Scout, the Bronco was Ford’s first compact SUV, offering both rugged performance and practicality.

The first generation, produced from 1966 to 1977, was characterized by its simple, boxy design and its versatility, with a removable roof and a variety of body styles.

The Bronco underwent several redesigns and updates over the years, adapting to consumer preferences and changes in the automotive market. The second generation was produced for only two years, 1978 and 1979, and featured a larger body based on the Ford F-Series.

The third generation (1980-1986) saw the Bronco become smaller, lighter, and more fuel-efficient, while still maintaining its off-road capabilities.

After five generations, Ford ceased production of the Bronco in 1996. However, the vehicle’s popularity endured, and it remained a beloved classic among enthusiasts. Recognizing the continued interest and the growing market for retro-styled, rugged SUVs, Ford revived the Bronco for a sixth generation, which was officially announced in 2021.

The new Bronco pays homage to its heritage with a design that echoes the classic Bronco’s lines, but with modern technology and performance updates that meet the current standards.

Throughout its production, the Bronco has been a symbol of adventure and American automotive culture. It has attracted a loyal following and has been used in various roles, from off-road exploration to law enforcement.

The Bronco’s competitors have included the Jeep Wrangler, known for its off-road prowess and iconic design, the Chevrolet Blazer, with its blend of utility and comfort, and the Toyota 4Runner, which offers reliability and off-road capability.

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