Used 1990 Mercury Grand Marquis Sedan Consumer Reviews

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Nice Old School Yacht

Michael, 05/09/2010
LS 4dr Sedan
6 of 6 people found this review helpful

I have always love big cars. Great for eating up the miles on the Interstate, while getting about 23mpg. Named the car after the owner, Ms Elenor. She took great care of it. The car is completely stock, and wonderful to drive.

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Built Ford Tough

ronnie, 03/18/2002
LS 4dr Sedan
3 of 3 people found this review helpful

The 1990 Grand Marquis is a strong, reliable car. One thing to look out for in this vehicle is for alternator problems especially the alternator plug; they tend to melt down (but most 88-91 Fords suffer from this problem). I think the 1990 is the better year for the Grand Marquis because of the 5.0 L engine and the great ride to match. This vehicle has the smoothest ride any- one will have the privilege to experience. The LS has a luxurious interior fully packed with top grain leather and all the power toys you need. The 1990 grand marquis is an over all great car.

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good

nelson, 08/26/2002
LS 4dr Sedan
2 of 2 people found this review helpful

the car is a very good driving car.

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The Grand Boat

Debbie, 04/03/2005
GS 4dr Sedan
2 of 2 people found this review helpful

Bought from my brother in 1996 who bought it new--he is a mechanic who had the police package installed. You have to think that both taxi companies & police departments have been using the Grand Marquis & Crown Victorias for many, many years! What I most enjoyed about this car was the room & comfort--was like sitting on your sofa! My family & I have put approx. 80,000 miles in 6 years on this vehicle--I only had to do the brakes & rotors once; no tranny or engine work besides flush & fill radiator, oil changes every 3,000 miles & studded snows in the winter. I would get another in a heartbeat-only complaint I have is the torque on the vehicle causing a rear wheel car to spin out in snow

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Oh how I miss this car!!

Mercury Marty, 01/30/2020
GS 4dr Sedan
2 of 2 people found this review helpful

The 1990 Mercury grand Marque is one of the best cars I've ever owned. With the police package and after market 2 1/2 duel exhaust with flowmasters, she was no boat. At 60 to 75 mph dropping your foot to the floor would wake up any nodding off passengers. The pull at that speed would rival many new performance cars. With the four speed transmission used in these cars is strong and worry free. The 302 v8 (mine was the high output model like the 5.0 GT) speaks for its self being used in many of Ford's faster cars. It was and still is one of Ford's better motors. The millage I got depended how how I drove. But around town I averaged around 18 to 20 mpg. While on the road using the cruise control I'd get around 26 to 28 mpg. The ride was phenomenal. I can't count how many times I've driven from Phoenix to L.A. and get out of the car and feel like I just got off the couch. Smooth, quiet and a pure joy to drive. Good road feel with quality workmanship makes this car (in my opinion) the King of the Road. I now own a 2002 olds and wish every day I never sold my old Merc. She is still going strong at 30 years old. My best friend owes her now and she is an every day driver still. Signed: missing my ol friend in Phoenix.

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