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  • As Ford's attention turned to its new entry in the minivan market, the Windstar (launched in 1995 to great fanfare), the 1995 Aerostar continued in production. The '95 Ford Aerostar was the forgotten Cinderella of Ford's van offerings: a sturdy, reliable vehicle with a lot to offer, but whose many virtues were overlooked.
    The 1995 Ford Aerostar was a great value as well. Side-impact beams were added to all three doors, which added to the Aerostar's potential safety. Only the standard and XLT trims were offered for the '95 Aerostar; the Extended bodystyle was available on both.
    Even as Ford phased out the Aerostar in favor of the Windstar, there were still plenty of fans of the solid midsize minivan. Its roomy, comfortable cabin and 140+ cubic feet of cargo space (170 cubic feet on the Extended models) made it a favorite of families and small business owners with precious passengers and cargo to transport.
    The 1993 Aerostar came off the line with a 145-horsepower Vulcan V6 that put out 165 lb.-ft. of torque; buyers could upgrade to the 155-horsepower Cologne V6, which delivered 230 lb.-ft. of torque. The upside of this moderate power was impressive fuel efficiency, especially for a midsize minivan with a curb weight around 3400 pounds: the Aerostar rated at 17 mpg city, 23 mpg highway.

    As Ford's attention turned to its new entry in the minivan market, the Windstar (launched in 1995 to great fanfare), the 1995 Aerostar continued in production. The '95 Ford Aerostar was the forgotten Cinderella of Ford's van offerings: a sturdy, reliable vehicle with a lot to offer, but whose many virtues were overlooked.
    The 1995 Ford Aerostar was a great value as well. Side-impact beams were added to all three doors, which added to the Aerostar's potential safety. Only the standard and XLT trims were offered for the '95 Aerostar; the Extended bodystyle was available on both.
    Even as Ford phased out the Aerostar in favor of the Windstar, there were still plenty of fans of the solid midsize minivan. Its roomy, comfortable cabin and 140+ cubic feet of cargo space (170 cubic feet on the Extended models) made it a favorite of families and small business owners with precious passengers and cargo to transport.
    The 1993 Aerostar came off the line with a 145-horsepower Vulcan V6 that put out 165 lb.-ft. of torque; buyers could upgrade to the 155-horsepower Cologne V6, which delivered 230 lb.-ft. of torque. The upside of this moderate power was impressive fuel efficiency, especially for a midsize minivan with a curb weight around 3400 pounds: the Aerostar rated at 17 mpg city, 23 mpg highway.

  • As Ford's attention turned to its new entry in the minivan market, the Windstar (launched in 1995 to great fanfare), the 1995 Aerostar continued in production. The '95 Ford Aerostar was the forgotten Cinderella of Ford's van offerings: a sturdy, reliable vehicle with a lot to offer, but whose many virtues were overlooked.
    The 1995 Ford Aerostar was a great value as well. Side-impact beams were added to all three doors, which added to the Aerostar's potential safety. Only the standard and XLT trims were offered for the '95 Aerostar; the Extended bodystyle was available on both.
    Even as Ford phased out the Aerostar in favor of the Windstar, there were still plenty of fans of the solid midsize minivan. Its roomy, comfortable cabin and 140+ cubic feet of cargo space (170 cubic feet on the Extended models) made it a favorite of families and small business owners with precious passengers and cargo to transport.
    The 1993 Aerostar came off the line with a 145-horsepower Vulcan V6 that put out 165 lb.-ft. of torque; buyers could upgrade to the 155-horsepower Cologne V6, which delivered 230 lb.-ft. of torque. The upside of this moderate power was impressive fuel efficiency, especially for a midsize minivan with a curb weight around 3400 pounds: the Aerostar rated at 17 mpg city, 23 mpg highway.

    Vehicle: 1995 Ford Aerostar I bought a used 1996 Aerostar in 1998 with 66,000 miles on it, and retired it with 225,000 miles on it when it started losing compression in two cylinders. Bought a 1995 with 99,000 miles on it in 2002. It now has 261,500 miles on it and still running strong. however I now live where we get heavy snows, and the two wheel drive does not climb the hills in snow if someone gets in front of you driving less than 30 miles per hour. I drove to Show Low AZ this morning and bought a 1995 AWD extended van with 116400 miles on it and drove it back to Ruidoso, NM. I could not have been happier if I had bought a new car off the lot. This one had been well kept, no rust, and only two door dings.

    Vehicle Sub Model Engine
    • 1995 Ford Aerostar 4WD  4.0L V6 
    • 1995 Ford Aerostar AWD  4.0L V6 

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    Vehicle Sub Model Engine
    • 1995 Ford Aerostar 4WD  4.0L V6 
    • 1995 Ford Aerostar AWD  4.0L V6 

    As Ford's attention turned to its new entry in the minivan market, the Windstar (launched in 1995 to great fanfare), the 1995 Aerostar continued in production. The '95 Ford Aerostar was the forgotten Cinderella of Ford's van offerings: a sturdy, reliable vehicle with a lot to offer, but whose many virtues were overlooked.
    The 1995 Ford Aerostar was a great value as well. Side-impact beams were added to all three doors, which added to the Aerostar's potential safety. Only the standard and XLT trims were offered for the '95 Aerostar; the Extended bodystyle was available on both.
    Even as Ford phased out the Aerostar in favor of the Windstar, there were still plenty of fans of the solid midsize minivan. Its roomy, comfortable cabin and 140+ cubic feet of cargo space (170 cubic feet on the Extended models) made it a favorite of families and small business owners with precious passengers and cargo to transport.
    The 1993 Aerostar came off the line with a 145-horsepower Vulcan V6 that put out 165 lb.-ft. of torque; buyers could upgrade to the 155-horsepower Cologne V6, which delivered 230 lb.-ft. of torque. The upside of this moderate power was impressive fuel efficiency, especially for a midsize minivan with a curb weight around 3400 pounds: the Aerostar rated at 17 mpg city, 23 mpg highway.

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Official recalls have been issued for the 1995 Ford Aerostar by the NHTSA. The complete details of all recalls are listed below, along with what they cover and the recommended solutions.