(4.0) 2 reviews
MSRP: $1,096$5,304
Body Style: Passenger Van
Combined MPG: 20
Drivetrain: Front-wheel Drive
Seats: 7
Cargo Space: 32.2 cu.ft.
2001 Mercury Villager

Our Take on the 2001 Mercury Villager

Our Take

Slightly restyled at both the front and rear for 2001, with a revised liftgate area, the Mercury Villager is similar to the Nissan Quest. Both are built at the same plant in Ohio as a joint venture between Nissan and Ford. Each make was redesigned two years ago, and both are expected to be dropp... Read Full Report


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Nice size and still a 'mini-van'

by Ole family guy from Northern Utah on August 24, 2007

I bought it used and have owned it for 3 years and driven it for about 35K (now has 75K). It is the 'Sport' model so it has the 2nd row bucket seats. Fairly reliable, but had to replace things as w/s,... Read Full Review

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