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The Mercury Capri was produced in several different models, including Capri I, Capri II, Capri III, and Capri IV. The Capri I was produced from 1970 to 1977 and was based on the European Ford Capri. The Capri II was produced from 1978 to 1986 and was based on the Fox platform. The Capri III was produced from 1991 to 1994 and was based on the Mazda 323 platform. The Capri IV was a concept car that was never produced.
The 1991 Mercury Capri was designed by the Ford Motor Company in collaboration with Mazda. The Capri was based on the Mazda 323 platform and was manufactured in Australia by Ford Australia. The design of the Capri was intended to appeal to a younger demographic, with its sporty styling and convertible top. The Capri was sold in North America through Mercury dealerships and was marketed as a fun and affordable sports car. While the Capri was not as successful as Ford had hoped, it remains a unique and interesting part of automotive history.
It is estimated that approximately 66,000 Mercury Capri cars were produced between 1991 and 1994, with the majority being produced in the first year of production. It is not known exactly how many 1991 Mercury Capri cars were produced, but it is believed to be around 25,000 units.
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