Used 1994 Mercury Capri Convertible Consumer Reviews
I purchased my Capri in 1996 and drove it for a few years as my only car. I had some foot issues and had to stop driving stick so the car sat - fell into disrepair but I would not part with it. I still kept the engine up and my service man thought I was nuts but he obliged. This year, I had surgery and I am now going to drive her again. I just had her restored to her former glory and she is like a brand new car. I look forward to driving her (nice days only - she's deserving of it) She is stored for winter and will only see sunshine going forward.
This is a fun little car. Very economical and good for driving around town. The only problems with it where the pop up head lights. A surprising amount of room in side and in the trunk for its size. Also the nice feature of the back seat folding down and being able to extend long items into the trunk. Also, sometimes parts can be expensive as they where all made at the plant in Australia.
I bought my Capri in 1998. What a fun car to drive. I have had many convertibles and none seem to have that "Fun Factor". I have had minimal problems with my '94. Dependable Mazda engine keeps it running smooth. A real bargin at todays prices. With the limited production run of the Capri's (approx 55,000), and fuel costs going through the roof, this is one roadster that will be rising in price soon. Great car to fix up since it is so inexpensive. Get one and enjoy!
i bought this car when i was fresh out of a bad relationship, imagine uma thurman (pulp fiction style), cruisin’ round town in this baby. yeah. that was me. 🤣 the few years i drove her, was definitely the most fun i ever had in a car. she’s a solid girl and never let me down. the only problems that ever arose were due to me not understanding how to keep up a car, not because she was faulty. except those dang flip-up lights! anyway. i still have her, though she’s just sitting. i have hopes of driving her again, just have to convince the hubby not to sell her because “those days are over” and “it’s not safe for the two year old” nevermind the fact that i was rear ended in this baby, and the woman driving the Honda- totaled her car, and miss capri and i drove away with a small paint scrape, and a sore back. she’s solid. that’s all you have to know. make sure you have a good soft top, or buy a replacement. they’re not too bad, under $400. but i live in the PNW and mine is a little ratty and it gets cold and wet. my dream is to fix her up, paint her baby blue, put a cream leather soft top, and cream leather seats, put some nice speakers and a bitchin’ radio in her, and just cruise on down to california. 🤙🏼 love this baby. literally have never been attached to a car the way i love my 1991 mercury capri 🥰