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Owners' Reviews

2011 Mercury Grand Marquis Reviews and Owner Comments

 
2011 Mercury Grand Marquis
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2011 Mercury Grand Marquis Owner Reviews (2 reviews)
  • 2011 Mercury Grand Marquis
    Visitor, Greensboro, NC, March 25, 2013 07:26
    I have 33,xxx on my car. It has an extremely strong exhaust smell. I have also had problems with the door locks on the driver's door making funny noises, as if the actuator continues to pop 5 or 6 times after the door actually locks. But this problem has seemed to stop on it's own *fingers crossed*. Since there is warranty left, I am going to get her checked out. Also, she is a real gas hog. Going from an SUV I thought I would be getting a LITTLE better mpg. But I am getting 4-6 mpg less than the SUV, consistently. Around 15 mpg to be precise, all city driving. Over all I like my car. 2011 was the last year it was offered, so I will drive it until the wheels fall off. Let's just hope that isn't too soon.
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  • 2011 Mercury Grand Marquis
    Visitor, Albion, NY, February 19, 2013 07:27
    I have a 2011 Black Mercury Grand Marquis and has 46K miles and no maintenance has been put on it except for oil changes and tire rotation. I can achieve up to 25 MPG and 451 Miles to Empty in the Spring and Summer. This fits me perfectly and it's very comfortable. The only problems I have is the washer fluid sensor is bad and the right rear door has a broken door actuator which means it won't lock or unlock the door. But, I have to say that this Grand Marquis is the last real Car I'll ever have when I trade it in for a F-Series Truck 15 years from now.
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