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Mercury Sedan Review

Sedans are the automobiles that Mercury is best known for, and Mercury's first sedan, the Mercury Town, was made in the 1940s. There have been many models made since then, and they are often categorized as medium-priced, luxury cars that are patterned after the models of their sister company, Ford.

The most popular Mercury sedan is probably the Grand Marquis, which was in production from 1983 to 2011. It is now regarded as a classic car with powerful engines and a nice cabin. The las... (full review continues below)

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Mercury Milan Hybrid Sedan

Mercury Milan Hybrid Sedan
Year
2011
MSRP
$28,345
Fuel Economy
41 City / 36 Highway
Engine
2.5L 4C
Seats
4
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Mercury Milan Sedan

Mercury Milan Sedan
Year
2011
MSRP
$22,025
Fuel Economy
22 City / 29 Highway
Engine
2.5L 4C
Seats
4
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Mercury Sedan Reviews

Sedans are the automobiles that Mercury is best known for, and Mercury's first sedan, the Mercury Town, was made in the 1940s. There have been many models made since then, and they are often categorized as medium-priced, luxury cars that are patterned after the models of their sister company, Ford.

The most popular Mercury sedan is probably the Grand Marquis, which was in production from 1983 to 2011. It is now regarded as a classic car with powerful engines and a nice cabin. The last edition of this Mercury sedan, the 2011 Grand Marquis, has not been well-received in a lot of reviews on account of its old fashioned, bare bones design. The design of the 2012 Grand Marquis has also attracted criticism in reviews for its archaic design, handling and performance. The model has not really been updated when compared to other competing sedans in the market. Although the Grand Marquis has a good following among older people who may wish to reminisce about the glory days when this particular model was the "it" car, it has failed to attract a new following from the younger generation who are after a good performing, updated ride. The good thing the 2011 Mercury Grand Marquis has going for it, based on reviews, is its passenger capacity. The 2011 Mercury Grand Marquis can seat six, more than the majority of sedans. The seats are big and comfortable and the interior is nice looking according to reviews. It also has a huge trunk that allows for better cargo capacity. Controls within the car are as simples as the days the car first rolled out of the factory, which is always a good thing.

Another popular Mercury sedan in the market today is the 2011 Mercury Milan. It is a Mercury sedan that shares the same platform as the Ford Fusion. Reviews say it offers agile handling and has ample space to fit about five people inside. Most people might not consider the Milan as the best family sedan on the market today, but it offers impressive, sporty handling that make it a worthy addition to this category based on reviews. Unfortunately, 2011 is the last year for the Mercury Milan after Ford's decision to shut down the Mercury label. The Mercury Milan was sold for about $22,000 and offered such features as 16-inch wheels, six-way power driver seat, cruise control, keyless entry system, split-folding rear seat, full power accessories and anti-lock brakes.

Mercury sedans offered good competition in the sedan market when they were still producing cars. Most of the time Mercury was outshined by Ford's own models of sedans, but Mercury has still stood its ground for more than 80 years and we don't see their cars being non-existent anytime soon. We think Mercury sedan models might still live on and, who knows, maybe reintroduced to us someday in the future. For the meantime, you can consider Ford or Lincoln sedans that use the same platform as the Mercury sedan you want to buy or consider buying a second-hand Mercury car.