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Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) is a category of used car. Often late-model vehicles, they have been inspected, refurbished, if necessary, and are under warranty by the manufacturer.
Mercury Mystique Features and Specs

Features & Specs

  • Engine 2.0 L Inline 4-cylinder
  • Drivetrain Front Wheel Drive
  • Transmission 5-speed Manual
  • Horse Power 125 hp @ 5500 rpm
  • Fuel Economy 21/31 mpg
  • Bluetooth No
  • Navigation No
  • Heated Seats No

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  • What's New for 1995

    Introduced to replace the aging Topaz, the Mystique is a virtual twin to the Ford Contour. Euro-styling combined with German engineering results in a $20,000 American car that can compete with import sedans that cost nearly twice as much. You may choose between two trim levels, the base GS or the more luxurious LS. A 170-horsepower V6 engine is optional.

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Sweet six

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Vehicle: 1995 Mercury Mystique LS 4dr Sedan

A one owner car purchased late 2006. Has one of the sweetest V6 engines I've known and terrific mileage at 20 city, 36 hwy. 4spd Auto sometimes seems soft, but no problems. Wiring harness had been replaced, oxy sensors in 04. Passes smog well above avg. AC has slow freon leak- when freon fully charged mpg drops to average 17/25. Without freon mpg goes back to 20/36 averages~ a "mystique mystery". Engine and trans mounts [rubber/liquid filled] had to replace together. Smoothness returned to like new, hope they last another dozen years. Overall a joy to drive, must be well maintained to stay that way. Excellent European style tuned suspension.




Gdoyle

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Vehicle: 1995 Mercury Mystique LS 4dr Sedan

One owner car. Low mileage well taken care of over the years. Just spent about $800.00 in repairs. Runs good and looks good.




Great until it blew

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Vehicle: 1995 Mercury Mystique LS 4dr Sedan

I bought this car with 90,000 on the clock. It performs well and the 5 speed/6cyl combo is nice. The radio commited suicide, but it wasn't that good anyway. The real problem was the engine lost oil pressure and blew up 3 months after I bought it and it was inspected before I bought it. I found an engine with 27,000 and it has done well since then. The engine and install were close to what I paid for the car to begin with but still is a good commuter car and would be hard to replace even with the added expense. Ford needs to concentrate on building cars that will go 200,000 miles. The engine/trans sits on an easy to remove sub assembly, my main gripe is parts are expensive.




Don't recommend past 80,000

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Vehicle: 1995 Mercury Mystique LS 4dr Sedan

Very expensive to replace. After 80,000 miles it just gets worse. Nice pick-up, and good gas mileage. But you will spend more on maintenance than value.




My mystique

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Vehicle: 1995 Mercury Mystique LS 4dr Sedan

Fantastic depreciation for a fantastic car. Great buy used. Great handling. Holds up well in the south (VA). Expensive maintenance. 4 cylinder engine is fuel efficient and powerful. Almost free when used (almost). Will last forever. Be prepared to learn some do-it-yourself mechanics on this hard to work on car. No space in the engine compartment.




Huge waste of money

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Vehicle: 1995 Mercury Mystique LS 4dr Sedan

Bought this car Aug 2003 for our daughter for just under $2000. Our mechanic (too late to cancel the sale) found that the timing belt was about to blow, the windows would not roll up and other things, for $1500. The steering belt went ($600). Found an anti freeze leak due to the radiator needing replacing, the oxygen sensor was bad, and more for $1200. Decided to have our daughter drive it till it died and then donate it. 2 weeks ago the car was hit in a parking lot and totaled due to body damage. The day the salvage company was supposed to pick up the car the starter went out. What a piece of junk.



Full 1995 Mercury Mystique Review

What's New for 1995

Introduced to replace the aging Topaz, the Mystique is a virtual twin to the Ford Contour. Euro-styling combined with German engineering results in a $20,000 American car that can compete with import sedans that cost nearly twice as much. You may choose between two trim levels, the base GS or the more luxurious LS. A 170-horsepower V6 engine is optional.

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Gas Mileage

EPA-Rated MPG

  • 21
  • cty
/
  • 31
  • highway
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