Used Mercury Luxury Cars Ratings

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    2007 Mercury Mariner - Luxury (320A) 4x4

    Pros: looks great

    Cons: noisey tires

    Advice: test drive over different types of road surfaces

    Ride is somewhat choppy and tire noise intrudes into passenger compartment....

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    2002 Mercury Grand Marquis - LS Premium (200A)

    Pros: V8 quiet power and snappy performance

    Cons: small cup holders and short warrenty

    Advice: Consider what price you want to pay and make that you're FINAL offer.

    After a short test drive and price comparison, I knew this was the car for me. I also drove the Toyota Camery, Avalon, and Nisson Maxima. However, the Mercury's V8, and rear wheel drive which gave a much quieter drive and less howl when pressed, sold me the car. I bought the LSE model with the center shift console. I got the car for a mid twenties price which I thought was a very good buy. Overall, there are many superior cars to the Mercury Grand Marquis out there, but in my opinion, they come at a much higher price (at least 10K). I think this automobile gives great value for the buck.

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    2002 Mercury Grand Marquis - LS Premium (200A)

    Pros: Self diming rear-view mirror is real nice for those long trips at night

    Cons: NO rear headrest

    Advice: if you are looking for a new luxury car on a small budget get one

    Go test drive the car , you'll like it. My first car was a 91' Marquis (I drove it till the wheels fell off and the block cracked both my fault, ) while the styling is slightly different ,the performance is a lot better. If you are looking for a luxury car under $25,000, look no further because this car is the best per dollar. It runs, drives, and rides like a dream (a real sleeper). The only problem i have with the car is there aren't any headrest in the back seat but besides that i took 6 people and a small dog in the car( with relative comfort ) on a 450 mile trip (gas mileage is pretty good + it has a large gas tank) and i couldn't wake one of them up the whole way there. If you afford the new 2003 mercury marauder get it but if you can’t get it’s cheaper sibling the grand marquis. If you get one , get one with the self-tinting rearview mirror really helps when people follow you with their brights on and it turns everything green . (if only they made a self tinting front windshield)