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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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Gets Me Around
nissan engine...good gas mileage could be better practical, lots of room dependable not too many repairs right now it squeaks sometimes but brakes are okay...needs new tires...pretty clean inside an... Read More
My Favorite Van So Far!
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Handled Nice And Was Very Reliable.
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Great Family Car
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At All The Best Van You Can Get For Your Money
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If You Can Find A Good One, Its A Great Buy.
I love this van. I've loved since I picked it up second hand in '99. It has one quality that makes you forgive a lot of other faults, the Nissan 3.0L Maxima V6! While low on HP compared to mode... Read More
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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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