2000 Mercury Villager

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$22,510 - $27,210
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EngineEngine 3.3LV-6
MPGMPG 17 City / 24 Hwy
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2000 Villager Overview

Redesigned and re-engineered last model year, the 2000 Mercury Villager is largely a carryover of the successful, satisfying version that came out in 1999.

This second generation of Villagers is 5 inches longer than the 1992-1998 model, giving rear passengers and cargo more space.A second sliding door readies the Villager for the new millennium.Bins and cubbyholes have been added to make everyday life easier.A unique sliding seat transforms it into a mini-limousine.More power and a quieter engine increase its driving appeal.

Overall, the Villager offers a leaner, more athletic stance than the other minivans on the market.It's smaller than the Dodge Grand Caravan or Ford Windstar, with dimensions closer to a Dodge Caravan.In short, the Villager has all the trappings of the big guys, but offers nimble handling and smart styling.Some may miss the extra room offered by a long-wheelbase Ford or Dodge, but others will prefer the Villager's quick reflexes and versatility.
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2000 Villager Overview

Redesigned and re-engineered last model year, the 2000 Mercury Villager is largely a carryover of the successful, satisfying version that came out in 1999.

This second generation of Villagers is 5 inches longer than the 1992-1998 model, giving rear passengers and cargo more space.A second sliding door readies the Villager for the new millennium.Bins and cubbyholes have been added to make everyday life easier.A unique sliding seat transforms it into a mini-limousine.More power and a quieter engine increase its driving appeal.

Overall, the Villager offers a leaner, more athletic stance than the other minivans on the market.It's smaller than the Dodge Grand Caravan or Ford Windstar, with dimensions closer to a Dodge Caravan.In short, the Villager has all the trappings of the big guys, but offers nimble handling and smart styling.Some may miss the extra room offered by a long-wheelbase Ford or Dodge, but others will prefer the Villager's quick reflexes and versatility.Hide Full Review