2010 Mercury Grand MarquisChuck - El Toro, CA03/01/2015
I owned this specific car (6PJJ 743) and drove it on three round-trips to eastern Tennessee. It eats up the miles effortlessly and will cruise all day at 70 MPH with no strain and returns very good fuel economy considering its' size and the huge amount of belongings I carried. The after-market dual exhaust system that I added helps the fuel economy. It actually feels like a smaller car in city driving and maneuvers into parking spaces easily. Dollar for dollar, it is a very good value. The reason I sold this car is that I own another Grand Marquis and did not need this one
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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