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best vehicle ever
Cons: gas mileage per gallonRide on long distance is excellent..Comfort also. This is my second Grand Marquis that i have purchased.Not too pleased about gas mileage, but it could be worse. Let's pray that gas goes down, not up. You will enjoy this car.
Pros: horsepower and sync
Cons: floating ride on some surfacesHave had car for two years. It is a nice riding car, if not a little to soft. Has all the power one needs for driving. Get around 28 mpg at 70 and 31 mpg at 55.
A Lincoln in a more Reasonable Merury Suit!
Pros: Solid ride, dependability and looks
Cons: othingModerate price, Canadian built qiality..fewer betterv domestic cars at any price.
Good, comfortaable larger car
Cons: rear wheel drivefor a larger car - 8 cy. good gas mileage
very nice automoble/solid ride and performance, very compfortable very nice surroundings etc
Pros: Hybrid system
Cons: Missing feature: adaptive cruise controlBest car I have owned. Decent performance for a mid-size passengar car. Sync coupled with complementary Sirius and nice Sony sound system should be in a car $10k more. My real-world gas mileage comparable to EPA estimates: I average 37-41 each tankful in mild California weather. Cold weather or extensive AC use lowers mileage about 3-5 MPG. Blind spot, cross traffic, and rear view beeper/cameras quickly become welcome luxuries.
Loving it at 5,000 miles and 4 months
Pros: Hybrid drive train
Cons: Wish it had adaptive cruise control and ability to save iPod music to the onboard 'jukebox'Fifth and best car I've owned in my life (26 years driving). I'm taken by how 'normal' it handles and feels. Got all the Mercury bells-and-whistles and despite my nervousness with being surrounded by all the electronics of the hybrid and Sync systems, everything works flawlessly. I consistenly get 37-41 MPG on each tank with a mixture of city and freeway driving in the congested San Francisco Bay Area.