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"On March 17, 1997, Ford announced the discontinuation of the Ford Aerostar, alongside the Ford Aspire, Ford Probe, and Ford Thunderbird/Mercury Cougar." although the cougar and thunderbird would return eventually, that was a rough day in automotive history 😔
@surrexi @cmclymer Damn, I'd be a Ford focus fan after that as well. I love my mercury Sable but thankfully it's never been put to that kind of test.
@LUCKYY10P I wish they would have utilized the Infinite Forest on Mercury to make a random dungeon generator. They could have made different rooms and hallways their own tiles and then snapped them together like in Gears 5 Escape. Then they could build on it by adding new environments later
@MajorGav .... Mondeo = the Ford Contour and Mercury Mystique here in the U.S. Built in Kansas City and in Mexico with some alterations to make it appeal more to American tastes. Alas, not as successful as the Ford Tempo/Mercury Topaz it replaced.
I would personally go for the Grand Marquis due to a few reasons. Both cars are nearly identical as far as mechanical, structural, and drive-train components go, and the major difference is on the interior with the grand Marquis being more luxurious than the Crown Vic. Also, any performance modifications you could put on the Crown Vic would also fit on the Grand Marquis. With that being said, the Grand Marquis would be a better choice as you could use the same performance upgrades and have a more stylish car overall.
This may be an older question as Ford completely ended its Mercury vehicle model line in 2011. Mercury sales had been slumping for years and the average age of a Mercury customer had been creeping into the mid-60s. Ford keep the brand going as long as it could and even had a mini-revival in 2008. However sales in that year were worse than pre-2000 levels. Ford then made the decision to end the vehicle line. The last Mercury Grand Marquis (the last Mercury that was still selling well) came off the assembly on January 4, 2011, just after the start up from that winter's factory shutdown.
FoMoCo stopped building the basic Ford Crown Victoria platform, and the Grand Marquis was an upscale Mercury product on the same assembly line. Too bad. We had a 2004 Crown Victoria LX and loved it. It was a terrific “road trip” vehicle. Lots of people claim it wasn’t “fuel efficient”, but we got 16–18 m/g around town, and about 26 m/g on the interstates at highway speeds. Not too awfully different from current non-compact offerings. We had leather interior, great stereo system, and all the bells and whistles, AND it was comfortable. Coming back through Iowa from a trip out west in 2013, a deer tried to jump OVER the car, but managed to clear the hood and crash into the windshield. Poof ! An instant cloud of glass dust, but it didn’t come into the front seats - it slid off the left side and kept on running. Other than the windshield, glass fragments all over the place, and an unrepairable crease in the very top where the roof meets the windshield, there was no damage. Our insurance totaled it out. It had a little over 150K on the odometer, and was running like a new one. We had AAA and both “rental coverage” and trip interruption coverage on our auto insurance, so being stranded in Iowa wasn’t a problem. It really saved the day for us.
They could have, but no one will buy it because there are so many modern alternatives customers prefer. The attraction of the Panther platform was its old school design by keeping everything simple and traditional - proven modular V8, body-on-frame and no gadgets beyond necessities, making it robust, reliable, simple to maintain and repair. There will be no advantage to modernizing its design compared to its modern counterparts in terms of fuel efficiency, driving dynamics, or efficient use of space. Ford stopped selling the Crown Vic in Canada in 2000 and the Grand Marquis and Town Car soon followed after the Marauder failed to gain traction. For the most part, it was only popular as taxis, cop cars, and Florida seniors, apart from a limited number of enthusiasts. I own a very low mileage ’92 example and often wondered how it might perform if a modern 4 cylinder Ford Ecoboost was stuffed in it; I’m sure someone somewhere will try the transplant just for the hell of it, some day, but I’m also certain Ford will never revive the platform.
Be careful. All automotive warranties are not created equal. Think of vehicle warranties as you might know health insurance. There is some that are great, and some that are worse than terrible. Typically, I have found that the factory automotive warranties are usually the best. They have a reputation to protect. I have had a customer with a vehicle similar in mileage buy a $2500 warranty only to find out ,every, issue that he had with the vehicle was "not covered" by some fine print on his policy. On the bottom of his contract, the parent company address was in the Cayman Islands. For all we know, the company could have been laundering drug money. Now, before purchasing any warranty, consider the value of the vehicle plus how long you plan on owning it versus the price of the contract. If you pay $2500 for a warranty that may be approximately half the value of the vehicle, the risk/ reward value is not there.
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Mercury was added to the Ford Motor Co. brands in 1938 as a transitional offering to keep Ford customers who wanted more luxury, but could not yet afford a Lincoln. Initially Mercurys cars shared some Ford components (frame, suspension, transmission) that were not apparent to a customer, but featured Mercury only sheet metal, engines and luxury features not found in Fords. GM and Chrysler did the same. Ford analysts foresaw the financial crunch of 2008 and elected to cash out of holdings in several companies (Hertz, Jaguar, Land Rover, Aston Martin, Volvo and eventually Mazda) in preparation for lean times ahead. Mercury US sales share had been weakening for many years, which encouraged increased sharing of Ford components to reduce costs. This made Mercury cars insufficiently upscale from the Ford offerings to justify the purchase by many Ford owners, further decreasing sales. Ford discontinued the Mercury brand in 2011 as sales dropped to less than 1 percent of US sales share. Ford recently announced the end of sales of most of their passenger cars due to shifting sales trends. Again Ford is building what sells, Trucks, SUVs and Crossovers.
Lincoln is the luxury line. Edsel and Mercury no longer exist. Quoting Wikipedia (,Ford Motor Company,): Ford Motor Company sells a broad range of automobiles under the Ford marque worldwide, and an additional range of luxury automobiles under the ,Lincoln, marque in the United States. The company has sold vehicles under a number of other marques during its history. The ,Mercury, brand was introduced by Ford in 1939, continuing in production until 2011 when poor sales led to its discontinuation.,, In 1958, Ford introduced the ,Edsel, brand, but poor sales led to its discontinuation in 1960.