Mercury Villager – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Mercury Villager

The Mercury is a minivan that was manufactured and by Ford for model years A rebadged variant of the Nissan the Villager was a product of a joint between Ford and Nissan and was at Ford’s Ohio Assembly in Avon Lake, Ohio.

It was first of only two minivan it ever featured (before the Mercury Monterey ). In spite of tradition to use compatible Ford the Villager was completely unrelated to the Aerostar. the Ford Windstar. the Freestar or the Mercury Monterey The Villager carried the code VX54 within Ford.

First generation [ edit ]

Mercury Villager


In 1987, Ford and entered a joint agreement to an all-new vehicle to compete in the segment scheduled for 1991. version of the vehicle, however, was to be a rather than a Ford due to the development of the Ford Windstar. officially began later year under the codename with the final designs chosen in 1989.

Prototypes went into testing in 1990 at Ford and test tracks, later testing throughout 1991, development concluding at the end of that The first-generation Villager was introduced in as a 1993 model.

The first Villagers were in three trim levels: GS . LS . and the Nautica Special Edition . All models came with a blue and white, paint an elegant yellow pinstripe, row captain’s chairs, and blue and or grey leather upholstery. dealers gave Villager customers complimentary carrying which were custom-designed by and were basically large camping bags.

The first Villagers had seating for passengers (including the driver). The bench seat in the second row was (although it weighed almost 60 allowing the third row bench of 3 to slide up (either folded up for room or down for passengers) the front for more rear room.

Up to 1998, Villagers had three doors, meaning that on the side of the second-row seat was a audio and climate control for the second-row passenger to use. The generation Villagers had Dolby systems which were into Premium Sound and Sound categories. Dolby Sound systems were available on Villagers equipped a CD player, which was usually on higher-end models.

The 1993-1998 Villager engine to have a serious flaw in the as they break at the front Nissan increased the diameter 25 to 27#160;mm around 1995.

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