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I have a 1999 Mercury Villager Estate, with the 3.3 liter V-6. I don't drive the van only in town, I have about a 10 mile trip at 55 - 60 mph to and from work, with some other short trips. I average about 17 mpg doing this, on the highway I get about 20 mpg. Hope this helps.

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Q: What is the typical MPG of a 98 Mercury Villager in the city?

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