Mercury Villager Specifications

Mercury introduced the Villager in 1993, and Industry of the vehicle ceased after 2002. This minivan used the Nissan Exploration platform, and the Villager came in six trim levels: Estate, Estate Premium, Accepted, Sport, Sport Plus and Fee.

Engine Specifications

Everyone 2002 Villager mould came sample with a 3.3-liter, V6 engine, which generates 170 horsepower and 200 pound-feet of torque. It has two valves per cylinder, a unmarried overhead cam, a 3.60-inch Muzzle and 3.27-inch stroke and a 9.6:1 compression ratio. The Villager came with a four-speed automatic overdrive transmission.

Fuel Economy

The 2002 Villager has a 20-gallon fuel vehicle. It gets 17 miles per gallon in the conurbation and 23 mpg on the highway.

The Villager seats seven nation. Front passengers corner 39.70 inches of headroom, 39.90 inches of legroom, 62.30 inches of shoulder extension and 56.5 inches of hip period. Rear passengers obtain 40.10 inches of headroom, 36.4 inches of legroom, 64.60 inches of shoulder extent and 64.90 inches of hip space.

Safety Specifications


The 2002 Villager is a four-door vehicle that is 194.10 inches high, 74.90 inches Broad and 70.10 inches Lofty. It has a wheelbase of 112.20 inches and ground clearance of 5.20 inches. The Worth and Typical trims weigh 3,997 pounds, while the other trims weigh 4,050 pounds.

Passenger Room

The 2002 Villager received five-star ratings on Chauffeur and passenger front and front-side crash tests administered by the Public Highway Traffic Safety Governance (NHTSA). It received a four-star ranking on rear-side crash tests. (Tests are rated on a scale of one to five.) The Villager features kid safety locks and potentiality door locks. The Habitual, Sport Plus, Estate and Estate Premium came standard with anti-lock brakes and driver-side and passenger-side airbags.