2000 Mercury Mystique
102,342 Miles
$3,692

Bohemia, NY
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2000 Mercury Mystique
136,803 Miles
$3,850

Findlay, OH
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1997 Mercury Mystique
145,402 Miles
$1,587

Hastings, MN
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2000 Mercury Mystique
115,325 Miles
$4,995

Middleton, WI
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1996 Mercury Mystique
78,844 Miles
$2,495

Titusville, FL
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1995 Mercury Mystique
$2,000

Dacono, CO
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1995 Mercury Mystique
206,532 Miles
$1,895

Sedro Woolley, WA
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1999 Mercury Mystique
153,582 Miles
$2,999

Lakewood, WA
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1995 Mercury Mystique
91,971 Miles
$2,000

Tulsa, OK
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1995 Mercury Mystique
138,291 Miles
$1,950

Harrison, AR
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1999 Mercury Mystique
288,859 Miles
$1,795

Livermore, CA
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1998 Mercury Mystique
142,000 Miles
$1,250

Annandale, VA
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2000 Mercury Mystique
92,685 Miles
$1,595

Largo, FL
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2000 Mercury Mystique
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East Rutherford, NJ
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1997 Mercury Mystique
105,553 Miles
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Mount Pleasant, MI
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2000 Mercury Mystique
191,212 Miles
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Antioch, IL
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1999 Mercury Mystique
109,442 Miles
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Allentown, PA
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1999 Mercury Mystique
76,915 Miles
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Philadelphia, PA
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1999 Mercury Mystique
127,782 Miles
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Canfield, OH
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1995 Mercury Mystique
79,000 Miles
$1,700

Columbus, OH
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Mercury Mystique Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
3.8
4 Reviews
Overall
3.8
Value
4.0
Performance
3.5
Style
3.5
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
3.0

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2000 Mercury Mystique - Low Maintenance, Long Life

Cam
Country Homes, Washington
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
3.0
I bought my 2000 Mercury Mystique from a friend who was trading up for a newer car. It was clear the vehicle had been ridden hard and put away wet, so to speak. Much of the interior had been torn to shreds, and the outside bore numerous scratch marks and dings. However, the engine purred just fine, and with little to no upkeep on my part the car continues to run like a dream. I have driven it for around 150,000 miles since 2009, up and down rugged hills, through inclement weather, and survived more than one trip into a ditch. Despite being parked outside for extended periods of time in below zero winters and over 120 degree summers, the Mystique continues to start whenever I ask. This car has endured a great deal, and will continue to for some time. A few key components have failed dur... (more)
Story
I was driving the regulated speed of 70 mph on a bare stretch of highway on a cold and wet night. Already, you know what's wrong with this picture. Well, out of nowhere, without warning, the car loses all traction with the road's surface and it's like I'm on Mario's rainbow road. The steep embankments on either side of the highway are pitch black and look like cliffs or deep space, and I start... (more)
Pros
This car has survived a number of events and disasters that would have slain much of its competition. It's a low upkeep vehicle; between rotating the tires and sparingly changing the oil, I've had little to do with the vehicle's maintenance. The car is fairly hardy and will put up with most terrain and weather without a fuss.
Cons
The electrical system is close to a disaster. I've had batteries die while the car was running, my blinkers can fail erratically, and sometimes rolling the window up or down will drain the battery of all life in an instant. This isn't just a battery problem, but some kind of failing capacitor. In addition to this, the car is, as most are, fairly lightweight, and can lose traction very easily if its driver is either not attentive or has a lack of experience with inclement conditions.

1999 Mercury Mystique -

Shadow Phoenix
Jacksonville, Florida
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
4.0
The Mercury Mystique is a classic car. It is still from the era of steel, metal body and frame. This is important because it has a greater chance of withstanding an accident than fiberglass counterparts. The power in this car is great and it has a few amenities. The horsepower in the engine gives quick take off speed and strong acceleration. The body style of the your typical 90's body and it came in powder blue. It is reliable and dependable. Even in 2016, this car can outscore newer models in the same class.
Story
The most memorable moments that I have is going fishing in this car, that's basically all we do in this car because we have others. One time my husband was driving and he was flying down the road about 70 - 80 mph and we can up on some construction. All of a sudden the street had a sharp curve and he almost crashed us and I was so great to make it the sound.
Pros
I like that when I am climbing up a bridge or steep incline, the car doesn't pull or sputter. It just accelerates like a charm and no difference is noticed. The car has A/C and heat. For this age of the car, the A/C blows so cold that you can see the mist come out of the vents. I go fishing twice a week, every other week. We use this car to carry our fishing equipment and it has a lot of space. We can pack 6 poles, two coolers, aerator and bucket, two carts, two chairs, umbrella, tackle box, four propane lights and some more.
Cons
The cons of this car is that it has a burn out factor in the cable that goes from the starter to the battery. The cable burnt up and is causing shortages in the car starting. I painted the car a turquoise color from a paint guide. When they were finished with the car, it looked horrible. The color is very unappealing and a waste of money. I had that done because the clear coat on the color was fading and it was beginning to rust.

1996 Mercury Mystique - An efficient, well handling car

Horace
Trappe, Pennsylvania
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
The 1996 Mercury Mystique was an efficient, stylish, affordable vehicle. My car was red and looked like a typical small sedan, with sleek curves and a reasonably roomy interior and trunk. I purchased it new for about $14,500 prior to the trade-in value, and got 8 years of regular usage out of it, and then moved to a large city where I no longer needed a car for short trips as I lived right next to a train station, so from that point on I only used the car for errands that required carrying a lot of things or long trips. It worked well for that purpose until earlier this year, at which point I bought a new car. Getting 8 years of regular usage and 8 years of occasional usage was good value.
Pros
It got good gas mileage, about 25 mpg on local roads and 30 mpg on highways, and it got good fuel economy until the very end. The repair costs and maintenance costs were very reasonable. I am very tall (about 6 foot 6) and the leg room wasn’t quite as good as in some other cars I’ve seen, so that I did have to rest my leg slightly uncomfortably when driving, but most anyone not as unusually tall as me would like the leg room, and I’ve driven plenty of cars with much less legroom. The car also handled very well, took curves easily, and the braking was fine.
Cons
One drawback of the car was that it never accelerated particularly well, possibly because it only had a 4 cylinder engine. I don’t recall the exact acceleration speed but it always seemed like it took too long to go from 20mph to 60mph, and I was always nervous about merging on highways as a result.

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