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1995 Mercury Villager Review
Minivan size, carlike feel.
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Designed alongside the Nissan Quest, the 1995 Mercury Villager provides a comfortable, luxurious minivan that offers carlike performance at a reasonable price. With a large, spacious interior, a large array of standard and optional features for the Villager LS and Nautica, and a smooth ride, the Mercury Villager makes an excellent passenger vehicle. The large interior also allows the Villager to haul more cargo than smaller family vehicles.
The Mercury Villager makes an excellent family vehicle, allowing drivers to carry up to seven passengers comfortably and haul large, bulky amounts of cargo when needed. The carlike handling means drivers used to smaller vehicles do not find the Villager an awkward vehicle to drive.
Engines: 3.0-liter six-cylinder
Transmissions: four-speed automatic
Models: Mercury Villager GS, Mercury Villager LS, Mercury Villager Nautica
The 1995 Mercury Villager looks identical to the previous year’s model and shows no major changes for this year.
The 1995 Mercury Villager looks like a gracefully curved minivan, and it uses a traditional body style with three doors. Alloy wheels, a camper towing package, and a power antenna provide optional features for the minivan.
The Villager has a massively sized interior with three rows of seats to accommodate a whole family of seven. Standard features for the 1995 Mercury Villager include a cassette player, steering wheel audio controls, air-conditioning, power locks, and power windows. Power seats, digital readout, dual-zone air-conditioning, leather seating, cruise control, a leather-trimmed steering wheel, and a CD player provide optional features for the Villager. The Villager GS makes air-conditioning, power windows, and power locks into optional features and does not have the normal options list available beyond cruise control.
Performance & Handling
Performance marks one of the high points of the 1995 Mercury Villager. Regardless of the model selection, the Villager avoids the major issues many minivans encounter. The 3.0-liter, six-cylinder engine provides good acceleration when paired with the four-speed automatic transmission. It handles similarly to a car, despite its larger size. Transitioning to the Villager from a smaller vehicle seems fairly easy compared to many, more truck-like vans on the market.
The 1995 Mercury Villager comes equipped with dual front airbags to protects front passengers in the case of a collision, and four-wheel anti-lock brakes improve stopping, handling, and safety for all passengers.
EPA Fuel Economy
- Solid value
- Sedan and wagon options
- Smooth ride
You Won't Like
- Older or newer Villagers a better value
- Villager GS removes basic features for almost no price decrease
Minivan size, carlike feel.
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