by yamomwa2 on Nov 8, 2008 Vehicle: 1992 Mercury Grand Marquis GS 4dr Sedan
I bought this car in 2006, and it's one of the most reliable cars I have ever owned. It has a very comfortable ride, and it is very roomy inside. The one thing I didn't like about this car is the clearcoat paint fading. But, this car is reliable, so I can overlook that. It isn't the most fuel efficient vehicle, but the comfort and the smooth ride outweighs that. Overall, the car is a nice car. Although, the driver side window motor died on it and the lock cylinder in my trunk broke.
by Hans on Apr 10, 2008 Vehicle: 1992 Mercury Grand Marquis GS 4dr Sedan
I had my G/M for about 4 years during and a little bit after college. I got it with 130K miles and I rarely had a problem. Alternator went bye bye at ~150K miles and I replaced the S-belt at that time as well. I also replaced the starter about a month after that. All work done by me. Very easy car to drive, great car to own. Great to carry people/stuff around for road trips etc. I would own another g/m without hesitating if I didn't mind the size & gas mileage so much. I finally got rid of it November 2007 due to a collection of maintanance items that I couldn't afford. (work cost more than the car was worth)
by 92Mercury on Jan 6, 2008 Vehicle: 1992 Mercury Grand Marquis GS 4dr Sedan
I purchased this vehicle with around 45,000 original miles on it. The body is nearly perfect. The car rides smooth, road bumps are hardly noticed. Plus it gives you a safe feeling, after all, it is a big car. The engine runs smooth and, with a EPA rating of 19 mpg/city-27 mpg highway, it makes you wonder where modern engineering is, when compared to todays cars.
by kpruitt1229 on Nov 8, 2007 Vehicle: 1992 Mercury Grand Marquis GS 4dr Sedan
This car was my first car that I got for only 900 and I love it. It drives really nice and for being a big car, it is fairly easy to drive. The steering is pretty loose which I like and it has more power under the hood than most people would think. But I have had to do some minior repairs. I had to get my rear brake pads replaced (which I knew buying the car), a new headlight switch, and my crank sensor stopped working. But thats not too bad and this car has treated me great
by amanda on Mar 20, 2006 Vehicle: 1992 Mercury Grand Marquis GS 4dr Sedan
I only had this car for about 2 months due to a crash. It originally had 162,000 miles on it, by the end of that 2 months it already had 165,500 miles. It was a pretty good car. Engine light stays on. The plastic headlights had turned yellow over the years(so lights could be brighter). The windshield wipers turned off when I had my left blinker on, but would go back on once I turned. The tapeplayer didn't work, but radio was fine.
New sheetmetal debuts on the Grand Marquis. Rounded styling and two additional inches in length give the car a sleeker appearance. The old V8 engine is replaced with a 4.6-liter V8 that makes between 40 and 60 more horsepower, depending on the exhaust system. A new passenger airbag is added to the options list. Antilock brakes are available in the performance and handling package. The wagon is discontinued.