Mercury Villager is a front-wheel classic minivan with three doors that is produced by Ford Motor Company. The car was manufactured from 1993 to 2002. The first Mercury Villager was shown in 1992. Japanese model Nissan Quest has become a basis of the car. Mercury Villager is quite roomy, reliable and has a high level of security.
The car has a low center of gravity, so it can pass turns with a high speed. Mercury Villager in the minivan body is made of lightweight, durable steel. Interior of the car, the same with Mercury Mountaineer, is made in a low-key style. Decoration materials that are made of high quality plastic fit well.
Mercury Villager is offered in three trim levels - GS, LS, and the most luxurious modification - Nautica Special Edition, which has leather seats, memory of driver's seat and mirrors adjustments and other elements of a luxury car. Body of the model is made of durable light steel.
Technical characteristics of Mercury Villager are represented with a variety of engines with volume of 3 liters, capacity of 151 hp and with volume of 3.3 liter, capacity of 173 hp. Both versions are equipped with a 4-speed automatic transmission. Maximum speed of 3.3-liter Mercury Villager version is 176 km / h. Fuel tank capacity is 76 liters.
In 1999 the second generation of Mercury Villager was presented. It has received a new four-door body and a six-cylinder engine with working volume of 3.3 liters and capacity of 181 hp. Its top speed was 190 km / h. Suggested modifications were named Base, Sport and Estate. The equipment of Estate configuration included climate control, leather upholstery, electrically operated sliding doors, traction control and brake force distribution.
Minivan has the following parameters: length - 5397 mm, width - 1870 mm, height - 1717 mm. The total weight of the car is about 1780 kg. This comfortable car can accommodate seven passengers. A roomy trunk can be increased by folded rear seats. In general Mercury Villager is reliable, spacious and safe car.