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Mercury Grand Marquis
The Mercury Grand Marquis is a full-size, rear-wheel drive luxury sedan known as the flagship of the Mercury line. What makes this car unique is that it was used by limousine manufacturers as a cheaper alternative to the mechanically similar Lincoln Town Car. This vehicle is also a favorite of private owners for chauffeur services due to its luxury feel.
In continuous production for 36 years, the Grand Marquis was the longest-produced Mercury but began to be phased out of production in the year 2011. In total, nearly 2.7 million were produced, making it the best-selling vehicle sold by the brand.
The Mercury Mountaineer is a mid-size luxury sport utility vehicle that was sold by Mercury from 1997 until 2010. The Mountaineer shares many of its features with the Ford Explorer, one of the best-selling vehicles in America. The two vehicles were virtually identical in terms of hardware; however, the Mountaineer carried a more upscale interior and was trimmed in between the Explorer Eddie Bauer and Limited. Additionally, Mercury ensured that many optional features were made standard.
The third-best selling vehicle of the division in 2000, the Mountaineer was the worst-selling Mercury ten years later.
The Mercury Sable is a four-door sedan and station wagon marketed over five generations. The Sable was a milestone design and a highly influential vehicle in the marketplace, with over 2 million Sables produced within a span of twenty years. Among its accolades, the Sable was named to Car and Driver magazine’s Ten Best list for 1986 and again in 1990 and 1991.
A few special editions of the Sable were made, all consisting of first generation models.
The Mercury Milan, named for the Italian city of Milan, is a mid-size sedan that was based on the Mazda design. This sedan is a twin of the Ford Fusion and is available in six packaged variants and as a Hybrid gas-electric vehicle. It also features the first six speed automatic transmission in the medium car class.
In November 2006, Consumer Reports ranked the Milan among the most reliable family cars available in the U.S. In the years 2008 & 2009, it ranked the lowest TGW (“things gone wrong”) in midsize car category.
The Milan ended production during the fourth quarter 2010 along with the rest of the Mercury brand.
In 2004, for the 2005 model year, Ford’s luxury Mercury division released a rebadged version of the Ford Escape called the Mercury Mariner, sold mainly in North America. The Mariner was Mercury’s first car-based SUV, and was the first Mercury with a four-cylinder engine since the Cougar was dropped in 2002. For 2006, the lineup was expanded with the introduction of the Mariner Hybrid. Sales ended after the 2007 model, replaced by a second generation, again a rebadged Ford Escape.