2002 Mercury Villager review, specs, buying guide, price quote

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Mercury Villager

2002 Mercury Villager

An outstanding passenger van that is a sensible vehicle for busy families and folks on the go, the versatile Mercury Villager is poised for a successful year in 2002. For those tending to transport a lot of people, up to seven passengers can be accommodated in its comfortable and well-appointed interior. As for performance, its handling is closer to that of a car and is great fun to drive.

Available Models

The 2002 Mercury Villager Passenger Van features a wide array of models to choose from so that you may select the configuration that suits your work, family, and recreational needs appropriately. Available this year are the Villager Value, Villager Popular, Villager Sport, Villager Sport Plus, Villager Estate, and Villager Estate Premium.

Interior Features

Along with a range if innovative seating and cargo arrangements, the Villager sports practical storage solutions like a handy drawer located under the front passenger’s seat. The third-row bench is removable to accommodate extra cargo, and can be moved to three different positions in the cabin. The second row seat can also be taken out.

An optional entertainment system with VHS player and video game plug-in is available, including a 6.4-inch roof-mounted screen, rear passenger controls, and a remote control. A parcel shelf is standard on the Sport and Estate models to increase rear storage, and a roof-mounted luggage rack is standard.

Exterior Features

The exterior of the Mercury Villager line up of passenger vans has not changed, and stays true to the 2001 revamped front fascia, satin aluminum-plated grille, redesigned rear liftgate, new bodyside moldings, and new sixteen-inch alloy wheels on the Sport and Estate packages. One new color is available this year – cordovan red clearcoat metallic paint.

Driver’s and passenger’s side sliding doors make the loading and unloading of cargo, kids, and the family dog a simplified task.


Mercury Villager

Under the hood, the Mercury Villager sports a standard 3.3-litre, SOHC, V6 engine that clears a respectable 170 horsepower and 200 lbs-ft of torque for excellent acceleration when merging or overtaking another vehicle.

The standard transmission is an electronically controlled four-speed automatic with overdrive. The MacPherson strut independent front suspension and great rear suspension encourage a smooth and quiet ride with minimal noise and vibration.

The sport and Estate models add a rear stabilizer bar and finely-tuned shock absorbers for top-notch handling.

Safety and Security

The 2002 Mercury Villager Passenger Van is equipped with child safety locks, child seat tethers and anchors, passenger side air bag, driver side air bag, three-point seatbelts, and head restraints. The body of the vehicle is reinforced with side impact door beams, and front and rear crumple zones channel the energy of an impact away from the cabin.

Other standard safety features include a remote keyless entry system with a 33-foot range and panic button, and finally an anti-theft alarm.

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