Used 2002 Mercury Values

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(Model years 2011 - 1939 including exotics and classic cars)
Now in its final year of production, the 2002 Mercury Cougar is a sporty hatchback coupe that comes standard with keyless entry, AC, and a remote trunk release.
The 2002 Mercury Grand Marquis is a full-size sedan with optional seating for six thanks to an available front bench seat.
Featuring a redesign, the 2002 Mercury Mountaineer is a mid-size SUV with seating for up to seven passengers and available AWD.
Available as a mid-size sedan or wagon, the 2002 Mercury Sable seats five passengers comfortably and comes standard with cruise control and ABS brakes.
The 2002 Mercury Villager, a seven passenger minivan powered by a 3.3L V6, has entered its final year of production.

Mercury's first and only sport utility vehicle, the Mountaineer, have been completely re-engineered for 2002. While the overall length of the Mountaineer is the same as the previous generation model, the more sophisticated looking 2002 model rides in a more than two-inch longer wheelbase. A new five-speed automatic transmission now connects to the V-6 and V-8 engines found on the Mercury Mountaineer. For 2002, the Mercury Cougar remembers its pony car roots with a 35th anniversary package. A Jack Roush supplied rear spoiler and hood featuring a striking air scoop joined by 17-inch wheels as well as unique Cougar 35th Anniversary package badging. Prominence of the Grand Marquis is enhanced for 2002. Heated exterior mirrors, anti-lock braking system and traction control is now standard on the large sedan. Anti-lock braking system is now standard equipment on all 2002 Sable models.