1993 Mercury Tracer
103,518 Miles
$2,500

Chambersburg, PA
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1997 Mercury Tracer
85,857 Miles
$3,500

Tipp City, OH
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1998 Mercury Tracer
74,865 Miles
$3,495

Oklahoma City, OK
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1999 Mercury Tracer
131,398 Miles
$2,950

Topeka, KS
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1999 Mercury Tracer
93,000 Miles
$1,990

Maryland Heights, MO
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1997 Mercury Tracer
133,833 Miles
$2,995

Weyauwega, WI
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1997 Mercury Tracer
93,500 Miles
$1,700

Franklin, WI
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1997 Mercury Tracer
202,536 Miles
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Wisconsin Rapids, WI
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1999 Mercury Tracer
116,230 Miles
$1,495

Taylor, MI
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1999 Mercury Tracer
142,850 Miles
Accepting Offers

Post Falls, ID
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1997 Mercury Tracer
126,941 Miles
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Spotsylvania, VA
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Mercury Tracer Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.2
6 Reviews
Overall
4.2
Value
4.5
Performance
4.0
Style
3.2
Comfort
3.3
Fuel Economy
4.8
Reliability
4.0

Mercury Tracer Owner Ratings & Reviews

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1996 Mercury Tracer - Good car for "new to the road" drivers.

Erin
Sheffield, Alabama
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
2.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
2.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
Firstly, it's not the best car out there. It's small, even cramped at times, and not the most attractive vehicle out there, but it's different. It's next to identical to the Ford Escort of the same years and shares the same components throughout the entire vehicle. Gas mileage is above average for this time period of the '90s boasting 31 mpg in the city and nearly 40 mpg on the highway. A more realistic figure, based on general upkeep and maintenance at approximately 165,000 miles, is an average of 32 mpg in the city and almost 50 mpg on the highway. The trunk is not extremely spacious but will fit any roadside equipment needed without sacrificing space for other items. The wagon base comes with a roof rack from the factory and will hold two single person kayak's with ease. The short s... (more)
Story
One time, late at night, I took a friend of mine to see a house I was interested in buying. The driveway was poor, and it had just recently rained so we pulled into the yard. On our attempt to leave the car started spinning and dug a rut into the yard. We bounced and yanked until the car was free, and we took off spinning tires across the yard. We never went back to check on it, but we believe... (more)
Pros
Gas mileage. The car is advertised from the factory boasting a 31 mpg city and 38 mpg highway. More realistically, it has an average of 34 mpg in city and up to 50 mpg on the highway. It also has a bit of oomph coming from a dead start and is more pull then you would expect from a 1.9l fwd engine.
Cons
This car doesn't suffer many cons, but the ones it does are enough to ward off potential buyers. It's cramped at times. I'm roughly 5'11 and 150lbs, and it is uncomfortable on road trips over three hours. The car sits low to the ground from the factory and isn't large by any means.

1993 Mercury Tracer - Amazing commute car

Kristin R
Koontz Lake, Indiana
Overall
2.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
1.0
Comfort
1.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
3.0
This car is 21 years old and still running. Back in the day when it was bought, it probably was a nice but a wallet friendly car. Great on gas mileage, automatic seat belts, and air conditioning. It is comfortable for smaller sized people. No blind spots.
Story
None. I hate this car. It is my husband's work car. It is ugly, dirty and we call it the "Trashy" instead of "Tracer."
Pros
This car has fantastic gas mileage averaging about 33 miles per gallon on the highway. It still has working cold air conditioning. It still has hot heat in the winter. Automatic seat belts ensure that we never get a seat belt ticket. It doesn't have any blind spots and surrounding traffic and environment is easily seen from all windows. Huge trunk for such a little car. Maintenance cost is low for this car.
Cons
It is UGLY. It is uncomfortable for rides longer than five minutes. Seats are hard with little cushion, which may be because it is 21 years old. If you are taller than 5 ft, this car is cramped. If you are on the large side weight wise, this car will be cramped. No fancy features like power locks or windows. Seat cloth, ceiling cloth, and cloth on mirror does not hold up well with time sagging and falling off in places. Windshield wipers only have a few speeds.

1994 Mercury Tracer - This vehicle is big enough for a family of four or five (depending on ages of children) and it also efficient.

AMG
Gowrie, Iowa
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
4.0
When I first saw this car, I fell in love with it. It was small but large enough for my family. I bought this vehicle used as a work vehicle for me. After discovering the awesome gas mileage this vehicle got, it soon became a family car. Although snug, this car could seat all of my family, which is two adults, mid teenager, and two smaller children who did not need car seats. I would not try to fit any more than two car seats in this vehicle. The car also had enough space in the back (as it is a wagon) for large shopping trips and still seating five people. After purchasing this vehicle there seemed to be no mechanical issues. Due to age, and previous miles this car has needed some replacements, however it has not been very often, and the parts are reasonable. I am able to handle this ... (more)
Pros
One of the top positive things about this vehicle are the gas mileage. This car gets approximately 30 mpg. The size of this car was just perfect for what I needed. This car has endured well. It has almost 200,000 miles on it and is still going, with minimal repairs. I also like the fact that the back seats fold down one at a time so as to be able to get larger item into the vehicle and still be able to seat one person in the back seat. This cars braking system stops the car quickly and well. This car was the best "learning car" as stated above it's design is such that the passenger can rea... (more)
Cons
One of the more annoying things about this vehicle was cosmetic in nature, the trim seemed to peel off very easily. I did not have this vehicle more than a month (100,000 miles) and the black trim around the car started peeling. I also do not care for all the plastic that was used for the bumpers and inside the car. A part of the switch that allows for the keys to be removed from the car actually was easily broken and now my keys are stuck in the car, unless I (not mechanically inclined) can reach my finger in to manually flip the metal latch and take the keys out at the same time. Another... (more)

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