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1993 Mercury Villager Minivan

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Mercury Villager Features and Specs

Features & Specs

  • Engine 3.0 L V 6-cylinder
  • Drivetrain Front Wheel Drive
  • Transmission 4-speed Automatic
  • Horse Power 150 hp @ 4800 rpm
  • Fuel Economy 15/21 mpg
  • Bluetooth No
  • Navigation No
  • Heated Seats No

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  • What's New for 1993

    Mercury joins the minivan fray by introducing a vehicle designed jointly with Nissan. Attractive styling and standard features such as antilock brakes are certainly commendable, but the absence of airbags would lead us toward another model.

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Crazy bout' a mercury

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Vehicle: 1993 Mercury Villager GS 3dr Minivan

I bought my van to accommodate our growing family. Very luxurious inside overall, especially when you used to drive an 87 Accord. My cruise control never worked(bought in 2003/2nd owner) and the check engine light was on. Didn't notice any problems, so never had it checked. Few weeks ago had to have the O2 sensor replaced and the light went off. Imagine that, 6 years and never a problem. Exhaust manifold bolts are cracked or sheared and AC has to be recharged every 1 or 2 summers. Other than that, it's been great. I hope to keep it for many more years and you know what?......I'm pretty sure I'll be able to!




It keeps on truckin

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Vehicle: 1993 Mercury Villager GS 3dr Minivan

In my view, this was a much underrated vehicle by Mercury. I don't think they marketed it correctly, nor widely enough in the market. It was (and still is) a perfect size for my needs...not too large to be a "lumbering big boat on the road" but large enough to carry lots of passengers(up to 7) or cargo. Great design on seat stowage. Take out the middle seat, slide the back seat forward and you have a 5 passenger vehicle with lots of room to stow behind. Need more stowage room? Fold up the rear seat and slide it in rails full forward up against the front seats. A great looking and performing vehicle with 145,000 Miles and still going strong. It rides & sounds better than my 99 Villager!




Best $2500 van i could

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Vehicle: 1993 Mercury Villager GS 3dr Minivan

I needed a minivan for hauling art stuff and the dog, and this seemed like a pretty sweet deal. It has about 170K miles on the clock, and so understandably has a few problems, notably a wagging tailpipe and worn-out shocks and struts for that creaky-in-the-knees feeling. Other than that, problems are typical- rear wiper's shot, passenger window controls buggy, various nonessential electricals out of order, air conditioning is kaput. Admirable in a 13 year old. I'm particularly astounded by the fuel economy I'm getting. EPA estimates 23 highway, but by limiting my speed to 55 mph, I commonly see 30 mpg. I only wish cars this capacious and versatile were as thrifty nowadays




A solid family van

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Vehicle: 1993 Mercury Villager GS 3dr Minivan

Bought it in the first model year because I felt comfortable with the proven Maxima drivetrain and I loved the styling. I've driven this van for 12 years and found it to be reliable, flexible (you can fit plywood sheets in it!) and surprisingly fun to drive. It is REALLY comfy for long road trips! Only maintenance gripe is some problem with the exhaust manifolds, which tend to warp or something. I got this repaired under warranty at 55k mi, but I had to do it again on my own tab at 110k - ouch.




Great van!!

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Vehicle: 1993 Mercury Villager GS 3dr Minivan

We bought it new in 1993, best minivan on the market then. It feels like driving a car, power seat adjusts well to any driver, the rear seat adjustments were most flexible. Smooth drive train, gets about 20 mpg, pretty quiet with good tires. Steering and suspension have a nice feel of the road. No major repair, just expected replacements of tires, battery, mufflers, brake pads. With mud flaps, there's not a single spot of rust after 11 years. The styling is not outdated, very similar to the 2003 Toyota Sienna. The only reason to replace it would be to keep up with neighbors, or to downsize after the kids have grown up!




Excellent auto

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Vehicle: 1993 Mercury Villager GS 3dr Minivan

I bought this Van in 1995 as a 2nd owner and had nothing to say bad about it.. Nice heavy van with great performance. I still have it and had no major problems with it. Great van for 11 years old...



Full 1993 Mercury Villager Review

What's New for 1993

Mercury joins the minivan fray by introducing a vehicle designed jointly with Nissan. Attractive styling and standard features such as antilock brakes are certainly commendable, but the absence of airbags would lead us toward another model.

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Gas Mileage

EPA-Rated MPG

  • 15
  • cty
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  • 21
  • highway
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