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Mercury Villager
The Villager was a minivan that Mercury sold from 1993 to 2002. It was essentially a twin of the Nissan Quest, a product of a venture between Ford and Nissan. They were built in a Ford plant, but they used a Nissan engine.
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There were two generations of these minivans. The first, which lasted from 1993 to 1998, came in three trim levels: GS, LS, and Nautica Special Edition. The Nautica Special Edition was a limited luxury model that came with two tone paint (either blue or red paired with white), yellow pinstriping, and captain chairs in the back instead of a bench row. The engine on all first generation models was a 151 horsepower V6.

The second generation model, sold from 1999 to 2002, also came in 3 trim levels, but they were all renamed. They were the base, Sport, and Estate. The engine was upgraded to a 170 horsepower V6.

Some of the innovations first found on the Villager were the folding rear seats which allowed for more cargo room after the kids had been dropped off at school. Soon the competition would copy this, and the Villager proved to be too small in size for the minivan market.

If you're looking to buy a used Villager, I suggest checking out the listings on eBay first. You might even find one for sale in your area, and chances are it will be much cheaper than your local used car lot, and seller will probably have less gel in his hair and fewer gold chains around his neck.

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