Used 1998 Mercury Values

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(Model years 2011 - 1939 including exotics and classic cars)
The 1998 Mercury Grand Marquis is a full-size premium sedan which features a powerful V8 engine to drive the rear wheels.
A premium mid-size SUV, the 1998 Mercury Mountaineer is available with RWD, 4WD, or AWD, and seats five passengers comfortably.
The 1998 Mercury Mystique is a premium compact sedan which seats five passengers and achieves around 30 mpg on the highway.
The 1998 Mercury Sable is a premium mid-size car which is available as a sedan or a wagon and has optional seating for up to six passengers.
A compact, five-passenger car available as a sedan or a wagon, the 1998 Mercury Tracer is rated at an impressive 38 mpg on the highway.
The 1999 Mercury Villager is a premium, seven-passenger minivan available in three trims; all of which are powered by a 3.0L V6 engine that gets over 20 mpg on the highway.

Several Mercury products receive significant tweaks for the 1998 model year. The most noticeable changes are seen with the 1998 Mercury Mystique and the Grand Marquis. The European-derived Mystique receives a larger more defined grille and reshaped headlights. Mercury's largest sedan, the Grand Marquis, enters 1998 with a new front end appearance as well as several mechanical modifications. Improved braking, cooling system and an upgraded rear suspension have been added to the 1998 Mercury Grand Marquis. Mercury's sport utility Mountaineer gains a new base six-cylinder engine with available ControlTrac all-wheel drive and an updated grille appearance. Added to the Mercury division for 1997, the recently redesigned Tracer compact vehicle is offered with a sedan or wagon body style with no major changes for its sophomore year. For traditional Mercury fans, a conspicuous absence for 1998 is the rear-wheel drive Cougar that was retired last year.