The 1969 Mercury Cougar was a mid-sized luxury/performance car produced by the Mercury division of Ford Motor Company. It was part of the first-generation Cougar series, which ran from 1967 to 1970. The 1969 model year brought some notable changes to the Cougar. Here are some key features and details about the 1969 Mercury Cougar: Exterior Design: The Cougar had a sleek and sporty design, featuring a long hood, hidden headlights, and a distinctive grille with a pronounced center emblem. Interior: The interior of the Cougar was designed for comfort and luxury. It featured high-back bucket seats, a center console, and upscale materials. Suspension: The Cougar featured a performance-oriented suspension system to enhance handling and driving dynamics. Competition: The Mercury Cougar was positioned as a more upscale alternative to the Ford Mustang. It competed with other pony cars and luxury sports cars of the era.
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