When did the Mercury Cougar go out of production?
For its seventh generation, the Cougar introduced the MN12 platform, developed for the Cougar, Thunderbird and Lincoln Mark VIII. After 1997, the Cougar and Thunderbird were discontinued (the Mark VIII was discontinued after 1998).
When did the Mercury Cougar replace the Ford Montego?
At the time of its introduction, it was based upon the Ford Mustang. As the Mustang was downsized and redesigned in 1974, the Cougar became based upon the intermediate Mercury Montego (itself based upon the Ford Torino), becoming the replacement for the Montego in 1977.
What kind of engine does a Mercury Cougar have?
Cars were equipped with range of engines of 4727 – 7033 cc (288.5 – 429.2 cui) displacement, delivering 149 – 290.5 kW (203 – 395 PS, 200 – 390 hp) of power. Mercury Cougar 1st generation is constructionally closely related also to FORD MUSTANG 1gen.
When did the Mercury Cougar convertible get a facelift?
A facelift in 1971 did away with the hidden headlights and hidden wipers were adopted. Between 1969 and 1973, Cougar convertibles were offered. The 1968 model year included federally mandated side marker lights and front outboard shoulder belts (sash belt, shoulder harness) among some minor changes.
Where can I buy a 1967 Mercury Cougar?
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When was the Mercury Cougar Eliminator boss made?
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When did Mercury stop making the Cougar hatchback?
For its seventh generation, the Cougar introduced the MN12 platform, developed for the Cougar, Thunderbird and Lincoln Mark VIII. After 1997, the Cougar and Thunderbird were discontinued (the Mark VIII was discontinued after 1998). For its eighth generation, the Cougar returned for 1999 as a sports compact hatchback.
How many miles does a 1985 Mercury Cougar have?
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