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1998 Mercury Villager 3 Dr LS Passenger Van Review
Has been dependable with minimum repairs as it ages.
none so far
Decent Lifespan So Far. — Performance is fair. Has ok gas mileage.Nothing to jump up and down about. I had to put on new shocks and struts also just put in a new water pump which made the heater like new again. Drives ok. Bought it used at 68,000 miles is currently at 153,000.
Primary Use: Family transportation
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Its A Good Family Van, Gas And Power Are Kinda Bad But Its Good.
this is a great van for family vacation and to commute to and from work, but the only think I didn't like about this van was that the acceleration is not that great, even if you floor it its more the ... Read More
It does the job, acceleration and braking are good, handling okay. When i'm stopped at a light though, the dash board squeaks, and well maybe i've backed into some things, it was my mom's old car. Gas... Read More
Great Reliable Family Car
Its roomy, but not too big, comfortable, reliable, moves when you want it too. Two tone paint exterior, seats intact, no tears, rips, or stains. Owned by no smokers ( at least since 2004 when I bou... Read More
Love the button to set seat position.Love cd changer.Pretty good mileage, too. Hate that the back seat doesn't come completely out.It sits on a track and can only roll forward and backwards. Read More
loved all the extras and the easy driving maybe a little small for my use would like bench seat for second row seats... almost care free only repair in the past has been new brakes and rotors.. great ... Read More
It Was Stylish And Got Me Where I Needed To Go.
What can I say about this vehicle...I just bought it because my mom asked me to. She had just bought an Expedition and said it would be a good deal. It was a decent vehicle but I just don't like miniv... Read More
Our First Minivan
This one we had for 11 years! It just wasn't quitting! Minimum maintenance was required, barely any work was done to it, and it was with salvaged title. Engine and transmission were from Nissan Quest,... Read More
A Soccer Mom's Dream Ride
This five door Mercury Villager is a spacious ride with plenty of leg and head room to accommodate the largest of soccer players. The cargo area is large enough to store an entire teams equipment. It... Read More
love it, the gas millage is great it is powerful and roomy it is fun little van the gas cost is way less than my suv fun to drive the price is right i get 22 mpg i love it Read More
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