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1992-1996 Bronco Interior Color Code Guide

Created by Jay Walling / 5 min read
Date Created: 9/2/2022
Last Updated: 9/7/2022

If you are restoring your 1992-1996 5th Generation Bronco, this interior color code guide is the perfect way to get your interior looking brand new again!

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Bronco interiors have become worn out, torn, and faded over the years. With Late Model Restoration's wide selection of replacement interior parts, you can easily get the inside of your Bronco looking brand new. Choosing the right color can be difficult, but with our Bronco Interior color code guide, you can confidently get the correct color you need.


*Disclaimer: Because of the numerous possible combinations of Bronco models, styles, colors, and options, the colors from this article may not match your vehicle exactly; however, they will match as closely as possible. Please be aware that LMR is not responsible for any color matching issues that you may have with your vehicle.*

Bronco Interior Colors By Year


1992 Bronco Interior Colors

Custom/XLT

  • Crystal Blue - A
  • Scarlet Red - D
  • Dark Charcoal - E
  • Mocha - A

Eddie Bauer

  • Mocha - A

1993 Bronco Interior Colors

Custom/XLT

  • Crystal Blue - A
  • Scarlet Red - D
  • Dark Charcoal - E
  • Mocha - A

Eddie Bauer

  • Mocha - A

1994 Bronco Interior Colors

XL/XLT/Models

  • Royal Blue - V
  • Ruby Red - R
  • Opal Grey - 6
  • Medium Mocha - P

Eddie Bauer

  • Medium Mocha - P

1995 Bronco Interior Colors

XL/XLT/Models

  • Royal Blue - V
  • Ruby Red - R
  • Opal Grey - 6
  • Medium Mocha - H

Eddie Bauer

  • Medium Mocha - H

1996 Bronco Interior Colors

XL/XLT/Models

  • Royal Blue - V
  • Opal Grey - 6
  • Medium Mocha - P

Eddie Bauer

  • Medium Mocha - P

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Jay has written content for Late Model Restoration for over 10 years, producing over 120 articles. Jay has an extensive 25-plus-year background in automotive and is a certified Ford Technician. Read more...