by 91cougar on Jun 12, 2008 Vehicle: 1991 Mercury Cougar
I bought this from my grandpa with 108k and now have 168k. The only things I have replaced besides normal maintenance are the fuel pump and starter.140 hp will not win you any races, but the low end torque makes normal driving quite easy. City mileage is not good, but conservative highway driving gets me 27-28 mpg. Winter driving can be dangerous but having one or two sandbags makes a world of difference! I hear that the 3.8 had some head gaskets issues; luckily I haven't experienced them although I may still have a leak because my temp gauge can be fidgety sometimes, even after changing the thermostat. Regardless, wouldn't hesitate to drive it long distances
by jmctighe on Oct 18, 2003 Vehicle: 1991 Mercury Cougar
General wear on this loaded xr7, car
now has over 150K but this this beefy
V8 still kicks it in, cruising at 90
feels like 50. 5.0L seems a bit too
powerful for the standard Ford AOD
transmission as this was the only
major repair, warranty would be voided
if dealer didnt set 2nd gear to be run
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To be very honest with you, I don't remember off hand where I found those stats, but I will go back through all my Cougar info and dig it out. Also, when did I post that? Being able to go from 0-60m...