2003 Mercury Grand Marquis Review Ratings
2003 Mercury Grand Marquis LSE Review
This car has everything going for it. It's an LSE (Mercury version of the CV LX Sport) and has enough additional power to be noticed, but not enough to hurt the gas mileage.
Haven't found any, so far.
Grand Marquis Is Tops — I bought this car when it was 2-years-old, and had 38,725 miles. It's now at 272,500, and just keeps going. I've made it a point to keep this car maintained as recommended, and use synthetics when possible (Motorcraft Synthetic Blend motor oil). You can't go wrong buying a used, well maintained Grand Marquis or Crown Vic. (Obviously the Grand Marquis is the car to the left in the photo.)
2003 Mercury Grand Marquis LS Ultimate Review
Awesome car, easy to drive with lots of great features. Has been outstandingly reliable everywhere I've taken it.
A/C isn't working, will need tires and a driver's window switch eventually but both are still working.
Quiet, Reliable, Inexpensive Luxury — I have been very happy with this car and have gotten excellent use out of it. It is my daily driver. It's comfortable, quiet and has an excellent stereo system. I'll be sad to see it go, but am eager to see what my next vehicle will bring me.
Primary Use: Commuting to work
2003 Mercury Grand Marquis GS Review
interior/trunk space and power
Shawn Does 03 Grand Marquis — I find the performance is at the high end of rpm spectrum, it has needed repairs, but it has 165000 miles so that's expected. I love the way it looks, both inside and out. It's a bit of a gas hog, but you should know that with the 4.6 L V8. It is very fun, if you don't mind tight squeezes and people thinking you're 80 years old. Update- I'm up to 217,000 miles and it still runs like a brand new V8! So far I've replaced the air idle controller, mass air flow sensor, and the plastic (WHY FORD WHY PLASTIC!?) intake manifold. For a car that's got so many miles I don't think that's too bad at all.
Primary Use: Commuting to work
2003 Mercury Grand Marquis Review
Fits a large body like mine
donut spare, (will replace), adjustable pedals not enough travel to do worthwhile comfort.
Very Nice Car — I recently purchased this car replacing a 2000 F150 4X4 that did not fit my large behind. The salesperson brought this out and other than bumping the steering wheel a bit entering, the car is a great fit for a large person like me. Cadillac or Lincoln may possibly fit me better, but cannot afford them. I paid about the same as the other reviewers, betwixt 8 and 9 thousand. Quite satisfied, fixing the little beauty marks at present. This will make the car truly my own. Larry
2003 Mercury Grand Marquis LS Premium Review
Classy Affordable Luxury — Just purchased a 2003 Grand Marquis L S. I have owned a 1992 Cadillac Seville and most recently a Buick Park Avenue (1991) I traded the Buick in on the Marquis and they gave me $1000.00. The Marquis only had 91,500.00 kilometers and the dealer was blowing it out. I paid $9999.00 (Canadian) less the $1000.00 for the Buick. The ride is very smooth and acceleration although not as peppy as the Caddy, is more than adequate. I was surprised how well it handled, and how solid it felt driving it. I am very tall and found that it had loads of leg and head room. Decent sound system and I like the way the instruments on the dash are laid out. Overall, for the money I paid I think it is a great car. The only car I would purchase over this would be the Lincoln Town car (if I could afford it!)
Owner for 0 years, 2 months
Miles Driven per Year:15,000
Reviews From Other Years
It Looks Good And Drives Great.
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I Love It!
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Best Luxury Ride For The Money!
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Probly One Of Best Cars Ive Had In An While.
I like big cars and this was an good buy. I have had no problems and love to driveit, has good handlingand more than enough power . the trunk has a lot of room but the back seats dont fold down so lim... Read More
Great Car, Great Price, Great Reliablity And Saftey Can't Be Beat
If i wanted to be picky i could say i really didn't want a white car. But the color doesn't really matter much to the ride and the comfort. No one wants to scwunched up in little car for hours a day.... Read More
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Classic American Luxury
If you took this car, slap some chrome bumpers on and take out the CD player and stick in the middle of the 70's, it would fit right in. It's got a V8, rear wheel drive, body-on-frame chassis, seats s... Read More