2001 Mercury Ratings, Reviews and Awards

And then there were five: At the start of the 2001 production year, Mercury discontinued the Mystique sedan, leaving just five vehicles in its lineup. Some of those models got minor tweaks and updates for the new year. The 2001 Cougar has a few styling changes, for example. The Cougar also gained an optional six-CD in-dash CD changer. The 2001 Villager minivan has a revised front end with a waterfront grille and a new tailgate. The biggest changes of all a...

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2001 Mercury Cougar

Cougar

The Mercury Cougar's unique appearance and study handling give it sports-car appeal, while an accessible back seat and ample cargo space mean it's also practical.

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$3,500
mpg city / hwy
18 / 26
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2001 Mercury Grand Marquis

Grand Marquis

With an excellent crash-test rating and an interior that can seat five comfortably, the Mercury Grand Marquis is a practical and option-rich full-size sedan.

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$3,488
mpg city / hwy
16 / 23
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2001 Mercury Mountaineer

Mountaineer

The Mercury Mountaineer is a spacious, family-size SUV that has the truck-like toughness, engineering, and optional features to help drivers handle adverse road conditions.

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$3,987
mpg city / hwy
13 / 18
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2001 Mercury Sable

Sable

The Mercury Sable sedan and wagon aced crash tests and earned high marks for handling, intuitive controls, and a spacious interior that can seat six.

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$2,995
mpg city / hwy
16 / 25
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