Ford highlighted safety for 1994, as the Econoline van gained four-wheel anti-lock brakes and the Ford F-Series pickup trucks got a driver-side airbag.
Midway through the 1993 model year -- in which it was redesigned -- Ranger added a sporty Splash model to its lineup that included a Flareside bed and special trim. At first offered only as a regular cab, an extended-cab version (shown here) was added for 1994. Ford-owned Mazda now sold its own version of the Ranger as the B-Series, but it didn't offer a Flareside bed.
Ford's high-performance Lightning was dropped from the F-150 lineup for 1994. But an F-150 Flareside could still be ordered with a 5.8-liter V-8; while the Lightning's 240-horsepower version was gone, the remaining 5.8 gained 10 hp for a total of 210.
Light-duty F-Series pickups got a driver-side airbag for 1994, but there were few other changes of note.
Ford introduced a new turbodiesel truck engine and a redesigned Explorer in 1995. Continue to the next page to learn more.
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