I have driven a 2001 Ford Escape and never had a problem with it after 105,000 miles. So I decided to go with the Mecury upscale version. I'm very glad I did. I have the top of the line Premier model. This is a more comfortable ride then the Escape. You don't feel the road as much and I'm sure with a new set of Michelin's instead of the standard Continetals, it would be even better. The interior is roomy and laid out nicely. Lots of cargo room and does not have a trucky feel in it's handling like the larger SUVs. I hope to have this one over a 100,000 miles also. Love the styling too. The 2005 has gotten above average dependability from a consumers magazine.
2007 Mercury MarinerSusan - Naples, FL11/14/2014
This is a great vehicle, stylish and economical to drive. The all wheel drive gives you the ability to go anywhere! The cargo capacity is fantastic, i can haul almost anything I want. This is a very smooth running vehicle that shifts almost imperceptibly.
Great replacement car
2003 Mercury Grand MarquisMarilyn - Spring, TX02/17/2015
I had a 2002 Mercury Grand Marquis with 205K miles on it which was still running fine. The 2003 Mercury Grand Marquis had less than 61K miles. Based on the reliability of the previous car, I felt the 2003 Mercury would last me for many years to come.
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