Mercury offered a minivan starting in 1993, but the Villager, which was closely related to the Nissan Quest, disappeared during the 2002 model year. For 2004, Mercury has a brand-new front-wheel-drive minivan ready for its dealerships, and this one is totally unrelated to Nissan’s new Quest... Read Full Report
Minivan shoppers used to have a real choice between Ford and Lincoln-Mercury dealerships -- the standard-size Ford Windstar or the more petite Mercury Villager, which shared its underpinnings and most of its sheet metal with the old Nissan Quest. After the Mercury-Nissan partnership dissolved, the Japanese automaker created a larger, more radical update of the Quest, rolling out its edgy... Read full review for the 2004 Mercury Monterey
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I bought my 2004 Monterey used. I was going to buy a new van but somebody traded this van in at a Toyota dealer with 3K miles on it! When taking delivery, even their salesman was impressed with the fe... Read Full Review
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