The 1995 Ford Aerostar is a fairly modest-sized van, measuring in at 174.9 inches long with a wheel base of 118.9 inches. It offers a fairly unique aesthetic without actually appearing unusual. It's not easily mistaken for another vehicle but does not look out of place when placed against other minivans. It's quite easy to recognize in a parking lot, but drivers are not going to feel that it's because of the awkward appearance.
The 1995 Ford Aerostar has a large, spacious interior. The base model has an AM radio as standard equipment, while optional features include air-conditioning, cruise control, AM/FM radio, and a cassette player. The XLT is equipped with air-conditioning and AM/FM radio as standard equipment, and comes with a more robust options list including power mirrors, power locks, power windows, cruise control, center console, dual-zone air-conditioning, and a cassette player.
The 1995 Ford Aerostar is a solid minivan across the board and a good option to consider. The low demand generally results in lower prices, particularly in the used market. It can potentially be a bargain due to the lack of competition. At full price, it's a weaker sell, but the potential for bargain pricing can push it over the edge for some drivers.
The 1995 Ford Aerostar is a minivan that has mostly faded into the background. There is nothing actually wrong with it; it performs well, has a typical array of amenities, and is sold at a reasonable price. The only negative is that it lacks anything to really draw buyers in and choose it over other models.
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