I switched from a 1993 Grand Marquis to a 1999. Quiet a step backwards. Not only is the gas mileage "worse" (EPA rating and in real world), many little items don't make sense. The AutoLamp feature is nervous, comes on in shady places already. The rear defrost button is invisible while steering, located on the left. No cupholders in the rear. Cupholders in the front block climate control. The ride is almost perfect. Safe, reliable and not too expensive to maintain. Overall, a good vehicle.
Doesn't really have any. Old style, very old style. Nothing fancy, so nothing fancy which can brake.
"Nervous AutoLamp feature", cupholders: relocate in front/add to back, console: add to front & rear.
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