2000 Mercury Villager
$1,499

St. Cloud, MN
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2001 Mercury Villager
124,000 Miles
$3,750

Cokato, MN
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2000 Mercury Villager
168,297 Miles
$1,500

Allentown, PA
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2001 Mercury Villager
138,428 Miles
$3,490

Peoria, IL
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2001 Mercury Villager
183,725 Miles
$2,495

Houston, TX
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2001 Mercury Villager
49,620 Miles
$3,879

Pompano Beach, FL
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1995 Mercury Villager
164,605 Miles
$1,949

Plainfield, IN
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2002 Mercury Villager
110,094 Miles
$3,995

Branchville, NJ
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1998 Mercury Villager
$3,000

Lexington, SC
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1999 Mercury Villager
$2,400

Lexington, SC
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1999 Mercury Villager
137,094 Miles
$1,995

Fremont, NE
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1995 Mercury Villager
215,834 Miles
$1,650

Knoxville, TN
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1999 Mercury Villager
202,714 Miles
$2,450

San Carlos, CA
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1996 Mercury Villager
219,522 Miles
$1,900

Crete, NE
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2002 Mercury Villager
182,202 Miles
$2,995

Fairfield, OH
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2001 Mercury Villager
59,571 Miles
$3,995

Birdsboro, PA
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2002 Mercury Villager
172,834 Miles
$3,490

Clinton, WI
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2000 Mercury Villager
92,203 Miles
$3,795

Leesburg, FL
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1997 Mercury Villager
206,782 Miles
$1,800

Fayetteville, GA
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2001 Mercury Villager
152,290 Miles
$2,199

Roseville, MI
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Mercury Villager Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
2.8
5 Reviews
Overall
2.8
Value
2.8
Performance
2.2
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.8
Reliability
2.2

Mercury Villager Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2000 Mercury Villager - College Transportation Device

Mel
Overall
3.0
Value
4.0
Performance
2.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Reliability
3.0
I inherited this vehicle from my parents. I came to college, and needed something to transport me short distances. This vehicle is very good at that. In the past, it had some huge issues (completely dying in a construction zone on the freeway, a few accidents, lack of AC in AZ summer...), But I've had no troubles while I've had it. It's not pretty; the hood is spray painted black, some of the automatic windows won't roll down, and a few people have vomited in it, but Black Betty does her job. The sun roof is really nice to have open during the summer, but I live in Colorado, and the middle windows will ice over which creates a huge blind spot. Sometimes she makes noises, and she sure struggles to get up hills, but she always makes it to the top. I love the amount of people she can tran... (more)
Story
Black Betty was our main transportation vehicle for getting to parties. Everyone knew that she could fit the entire group of friends, no problem. Everyone wanted to drive her because she was the coolest of the cool. I once picked up two friends who were vomiting on the side of the road. I was literally stopping to let them through up out of the side doors of the van every thirty seconds. Final... (more)
Pros
- She's fit up to fifteen people, with full-sized bat bags. That's a ton of strength. -Actually, really fun to drive -Good at picking up friends who get stuck in jail overnight. -Has a mirror that comes out with the push of a button which is good for inti
Cons
None

1993 Mercury Villager - Good solid van

Teresa
Bargersville, Indiana
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
I am definitely satisfied with my Mercury Villager overall. I purchased from someone off of Craigslist it a few months ago now, and it only had one previous owner. It is probably the best van I or my husband have owned (we've had three others before). Surprisingly so, because it's an older year than any of those three. At 25 years old, she is still running very well.
Story
I've taken it camping, and it is very comfortable and spacious enough to accommodate everything you need. People are comfy in the back.
Pros
I love the digital dash display. I was very surprised that this was a feature for a 1993 vehicle. It shows all information digitally, including speed, fuel, temperature, fuel economy (average and current) and number of miles till empty. There is minimal rust, and the back of the van is spacious and comfortable. It has a sunroof as well. Power doors and locks. It is kind of cute for a minivan, too. Definitely not a bad looker.
Cons
When I purchased it, the seats (in the front) were all ripped up so I had to purchase seat covers. No big deal. Also I have only owned it for a few months but have already had to replace the battery and alternator, which may be perhaps why the previous owners were selling it. It needs an alignment as well, which I will do soon. It pulls to the right a bit. These things are all routine maintenance though and don't speak to the actual integrity of the vehicle. They are just the small issues I've had.

1995 Mercury Villager - hated it

Frank
New Haven, Michigan
Overall
1.0
Value
1.0
Performance
1.0
Style
1.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
1.0
the engine seized in under 100K miles. had terrible options. ac never really worked well. seats were not comfortable. the seats were incredibly difficult to move. working on the car never really went well. we had many issues with this car. there was always something wrong with it. we would try to fix everything but something else would always go wrong with it. it handled horribly as well and was not very good in snow. it got stuck many times and was not easy to get out.
Story
it was fun replacing the engine with my dad.
Pros
there were not too many things that were positive about this vehicle. the only reason we got it was because it was the only car we could afford. it was very spacious and did allow a lot of people to be inside at the same time. stains did come out kind of well in the car. the fabric was pretty good about that. it was decently forgiving when it came to spills or dirt and mud and such on them. it was not too difficult to clean up after kids or family and road trips.
Cons
EVERYTHING, pretty much was a negative. the engine was atrocious. it was an absolute wreck. sensors and parts went bad on this engine constantly. we had to do an entire engine swap because it had seized and would not move. it was always getting stuck in the snow and required shoveling out. the tires wore unevenly even when everything was balanced and was perfect alignment. the body panels were very thin as well. they would show every dent and everything. it was very easy to damage this car.

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