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The Mercury Villager is completely redesigned for '99. Improvements range from a more powerful engine to a larger interior to a second sliding door on the driver side. New styling features include larger headlights and a distinctive front grille. Inside, ergonomics have been addressed with easier to reach controls and an innovative storage shelf located behind the third seat.
Mercury has answered the ever-increasing demands of the modern minivan buyer with an all-new Villager for 1999. Improvements start under the hood with a new V6 that has increased in size from 3.0 to 3.3 liters. Horsepower is a robust 170 (up 16 from last year) with torque topping out at 200 foot-pounds (49 foot-pounds higher than last year's model). Lightweight pistons, a newly tuned upper air intake, and a more advanced ignition system combine to make this engine quieter and more reliable than in previous models.
Suspension components have also been tweaked with a revised front strut design and a new single-leaf rear spring system for a smoother, more controlled ride. Combined with a new antilock brake system and second-generation air bags for driver and front passenger, the Villager is prepared to duke it out on the mean streets of America.
Inside, Mercury has performed a complete makeover with new radio and climate controls, an easier to read instrument panel, and even better cupholders. The rear cargo area now features a storage shelf that can be repositioned for stacking soft and hard items. Seating is also improved, with more legroom for second and third row passengers and a versatile in-track system for easy adjustment or removal of the third row seat. A new climate control system uses under-seat ducting to keep rear passengers warm or cool and an optional audio system can be ordered to let front and rear passengers enjoy separate music selections.
With more power, a driver's side sliding door, and improved creature comforts, the all-new Villager enters '99 ready for battle in the minivan arena.
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