2010 Mercury Grand Marquis LS

2010 Mercury Grand Marquis  LS

2010 Mercury Grand Marquis  LS




Lots of car for the money...very surprising economy , especially on the hway. bought new, has 76k on it now. only expenses other than oil changes are one set of tires and one brake job. Only complaint is back seat legroom is not great for a car this size. head and hip room very good.One of the few "standard cars" left that retains that which I was looking for in an American vehicle without having to give up all my savings to purchase. Comfort, stability, capable of trailer towing without be overloaded. Overall visibility is great to be seen and to see those "mini" cars traveling too fast. Great car with RWD every winter and I'm never tired or sore at the end of a day-do about 500 miles or so each day. I bought the car (it's a 2005) in March 2006 with 21,500 or so on it. It now has 90,000+ and have done nothing to it but tires and shocks and it's as tight as a drum. It gets consistently 24-27 mpg on the highway and around 20 town/city driving. I'd buy another in a heart beat! It may be stodgy and an older folks car to many but it's one heck of a value and perfect for us.The only cons are: it is hard to maneuver in parking lots because of its size; it's image is that of a car for little old retired people, and the dealership did try every trick in the book to add onto the advertised purchase price. That is not a fault of the car, but more the nature of car dealerships. We held firm to the advertised price.If you are looking for a car that can be purchased economically, offers a very comfortable ride and is fuel efficient, this is a good choice. If you want a car with a jetsetter image, make that your other ca2010 Mercury Grand Marquis  LS

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