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Reliable if not exciting
By Keith on
2005 Mercury Grand Marquis GS Convenience 4dr Sedan (4.6L 8cyl 4A)
We have had eight Grand Marquis since the mid-eighties. I can honestly say that they have served us well with most of them getting 120000 before trading. Our current 2005 has 140000 with minimal problems, electrical control module and catylic converter. We get 22 mpg on two lane roads and up to 27 on long trips.This is not a flashy car but it is comfortable and reliable.
Tried an true v8 with enough room under the hood to do more than check the dipstick.
The old body style needs to be updated it hasn't really changed since 98.