1969 Mercury Cougar
59,818 Miles
$39,990

Fairfield, CA
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1967 Mercury Cougar
66,972 Miles
$32,990

Tacoma, WA
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1970 Mercury Cougar
102,751 Miles
$25,950

Lisle, IL
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1986 Mercury Cougar
35,135 Miles
$29,997

East Greenbush, NY
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1992 Mercury Cougar
52,669 Miles
$2,792

San Rafael, CA
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1987 Mercury Cougar
68,688 Miles
$3,795

Avon, MA
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1970 Mercury Cougar
115,125 Miles
$12,995

Hendersonville, NC
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1997 Mercury Cougar
139,645 Miles
$2,999

Spokane Valley, WA
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1968 Mercury Cougar
29,767 Miles
$29,900

Anaheim, CA
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1967 Mercury Cougar
154,100 Miles
$19,995

Edinboro, PA
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1997 Mercury Cougar
167,780 Miles
$2,995

Elizabethtown, KY
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2002 Mercury Cougar
93,677 Miles
$2,998

Indianapolis, IN
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2000 Mercury Cougar
128,281 Miles
$3,450

Tacoma, WA
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1999 Mercury Cougar
157,072 Miles
$3,999

Spokane Valley, WA
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1973 Mercury Cougar
58,399 Miles
$10,900

Mount Carmel, IL
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1995 Mercury Cougar
111,898 Miles
$4,450

Mesa, AZ
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1988 Mercury Cougar
101,441 Miles
$3,998

East Troy, WI
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1999 Mercury Cougar
94,439 Miles
$3,750

Winchester, VA
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2002 Mercury Cougar
110,816 Miles
$3,996

Mc Kenna, WA
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1969 Mercury Cougar
8,092 Miles
$39,900

Springfield, OH
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Mercury Cougar Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
3.5
12 Reviews
Overall
3.5
Value
3.8
Performance
3.8
Style
3.9
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.3
Reliability
3.8

Mercury Cougar Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2000 Mercury Cougar - Great for a single person or just two people.

Matthew
Owensboro, Kentucky
Overall
2.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
I want to start off with saying that this car isn't a bad car by any means. Drives really nicely, sleek, compact, excellent gas mileage, and has truly held up well over the years of use. My fiancé and I haven't had a single issue with it -- until we had a baby. This is definitely not a family car. It only has two doors, so you must lean the seat back to install a car seat, put the baby in, and take out of the car seat too. The back seats are very deep bucket seats, so this is far from ideal with a car seat. Space was also nonexistent inside the car once a baby was in it. However, the trunk, while it looked tiny, managed to hold one convertible stroller and a pack and play!
Story
When my fiancé and I went on our then first date and ate on top of the hood of the car at the drive-in!
Pros
This car was very dependable. It was used to commute 2.5 hours Monday through Friday with zero issues. It thankfully had very good gas millage since it did so much traveling. The car was very easy to drive and not too sensitive or jerky to steer. The car itself looked extremely nice I thought. Didn't have that 'boxy' shape that I don't like that some cars do. It is very sleek. The car is also very easy to care for with regular maintenance and staying on top of your oil changes. We never encountered an issue with this car in terms of the workings of it. While the car itself is pretty small,... (more)
Cons
My only issue with this car was that we were not able to use it with our baby. This is a two-door car. So you must lean your seat back and install the car seat. Then anytime you go somewhere, you have to again, lean your seat back, put the baby in the car seat, and lean back up. Then once you are at your destination, you again must lean back and get the baby. Just an annoying hassle. Also, the back seats are deep bucket seats. This proved unusable for us with the car seat. There was no way to properly secure the seat in the backseat of this car. No matter how much you tightened the car sea... (more)

1999 Mercury Cougar - My Cougar

Victoria
Dixon, Illinois
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
I bought a 1999 Mercury Cougar for all of $500. It was the best purchase I have ever made. This Mercury is a sport model, not the oversized family car most people picture with a Cougar anymore. It is powered by a V6 engine and comes with all the bells and whistles anyone could ever want. It is grey and has a little but of rust, giving away its age, but the style is as modern as any car on the market today and will give any car on the market a run. I love this car and have plans for it. I intend to pull the single dent out of the rear quarter panel, sand away the little bit of surface rust away and have it painted. I am leaning towards lime green, but candy apple red is a good choice too. I will put a new exhaust system on it, new tires all the way around, and have the front end aligne... (more)
Story
Any time I drive this car is a fun experience. I love driving it through the woods.
Pros
This is a gorgeous little sports car. It makes me smile. It is fun to drive. In my opinion, it is a classic. The bucket seats are comfortable. It is speedy. It stops on a dime. Handles like a dream.
Cons
It is old but not quite old enough to be an antique, but I am willing to wait. They stopped making it.

1999 Mercury Cougar - Sharp dependable car

Emily
Rockford, Illinois
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
When I purchased the three years ago, I bought it for 900 dollars. To this day, it has never stalled or given me trouble that affected my road trip. The interior and exterior is in excellent condition and has had all its check ups and oil changes.
Story
Driving home from work there was lots of traffic, and with my car, I was zooming in and out of traffic because of its sport-like qualities. This made it fun for me when I know other drivers where angry because while they were still stuck in traffic I was miles down the road.
Pros
The car is black and looks sporty. For a car made in the '90s, I am satisfied. It still gets 28 miles to the gallon and looks and drives like its worth 2,500 dollars. It's in great shape, and it moves through traffic like a Ferrari. The trunk space works great, and for added space, there is a bike rack on the back of the trunk.
Cons
The car has many great qualities, but there are some drawbacks. For instance, it is only a two door, and it makes it harder to get in and out of the back seat. While the car is excellent on the road, there has been many electrical problems that can be irritating. Such as, the windows don't always roll down when you push the button the first time. Also, the radio sometimes takes a few button pushes to get going.

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