1995 Mercury Mystique

  • 1995 Mercury Mystique GS Sedan

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1995 Mercury Mystique Review

A great first car or daily commuter.

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The 1995 Mercury Mystique debuts on the market as a compact sedan that’s closely related to the Ford Contour, which evolved from the older Ford Mondeo. It boasts great handling and a smooth, quiet ride quality, all at a very reasonable price. It’s available in two trim options: the entry-level GS, and the more features-loaded LS. Both models have an available ""sport"" option. Compared to many other sedans of this class and year, it comes very well equipped. It’s also been favorably compared to European cars, thanks to its nimble handling.

The Range

Body Styles: sedan
Engines: 2.0-liter four-cylinder
Transmissions: four-speed automatic, five-speed manual
Models: Mercury Mystique GS, Mercury Mystique LS

What's New

The 1995 Mercury Mystique is fresh to the roads in 1995, designed as a replacement for the older Topaz. This compact sedan offers fine German engineering mixed with a long list of standard features and available options.


The 1995 Mercury Mystique is a small, four-door sedan with styling inspired by European car designs. Standard exterior features for both the GS and LS models include tinted glass, 14-inch wheels, and intermittent windshield wipers. Power heated mirrors, a power antenna, and alloy wheels are optional on the GS and standard on the LS. Furthermore, the LS models sit on 15-inch wheels, and it also comes with fog lights and an air dam. A power moon roof is optional on both models.


The 1995 Mercury Mystique is very comfortable, although the backseat doesn’t offer much legroom. It comes with bucket seats and cloth upholstery, with leather seating optional on the LS. Other basic interior features include a tachometer, tilt steering wheel, and AM/FM audio system. Available optional features for the GS include a power driver’s seat, cruise control, air-conditioning, power windows, and cassette and CD players. The power driver’s seat and cassette player are standard on the LS.

Performance & Handling

The 1995 Mercury Mystique offers one engine option, which is a 2.0-liter four-cylinder. A five-speed manual transmission is standard with a four-speed automatic also available. While the engine isn’t extremely powerful, it is smooth and quiet. Acceleration and braking are both good enough for everyday driving.


The 1995 Mercury Mystique's basic safety equipment is limited to driver and passenger front airbags. Four-wheel anti-lock brakes and traction control are optional on both the GS and LS.

EPA Fuel Economy

Mercury Mystique: 21/29 mpg city/highway

You'll Like

  • Good acceleration and braking
  • Quiet engine
  • Great gas mileage
  • European-style performance

You Won't Like

  • Limited rear leg room
  • Expensive to repair

Sum Up

A great first car or daily commuter.

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