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2007 Mercury Grand Marquis LS PremiumReview
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Good Solid And Well Handling Car — I really enjoy the room, comfort and level of trim in this car. I drive a Police Interceptor for work, so I really feel at home in this baby. Handles very well and get great fuel economy for her size.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: All the room and ride of a Lincoln Town Car, for a lot less.
Consistently good MPG (20+) combined

Cons: Minor electrical problems like fan motor relays, and ATAC going out. Radio resets itself evry once in a while too.

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2007 Mercury Grand Marquis GSReview
wyatthays writes:
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Comfy — It is not the best car on gas but i love the car its so comfortable great for a lot of people fitting and a very smooth drive. it is very reliable , never had any problems and has nice features.

Pros: comfortable car, very large, great power and safe

Cons: not great on gas

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2007 Mercury Grand Marquis LS PremiumReview
Tim writes:
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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 limited to lenth of cargo.gets adverage gas milage for an V8. It would be an great car for traveling on long drives as it rides so smooth.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Ilive just about every think about the car

Cons: Could have better gas milage.

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2007 Mercury Grand Marquis LS PremiumReview
spitzlab writes:
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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.Maybe if the commute was short it would be OK. But i have about a 30 to 45 minute commute and the comfort and price made this girl a great deal....AS

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: I bought this car a bout a year ago for $12,900 with 32,000 miles on it. I've changed the oil twice since on this big car i only have to do it every 5,000 miles. Great ride, lots of room and cold air, warm in the winter, Easy to see others visibilty wish, just what a car should be comfortable transporation with style.....

Cons: None that i can think of. I guess a could gripe a bit about gas milage I get about 17.5 in town and 23 on the hwy but for a big 8 cylinder i even think thats not too shabby

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2007 Mercury Grand Marquis LS PremiumReview
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This Is A World-class Car With A World-class Ride! —

This is a Boss Hogg car. It's all about room, storage, and comfort. No foot-wide center console here, just plenty of room to spread out. Acceleration is good, not great, considering this is a V-8 powered car. Passing power is great. Due to its Ford cousin being a cop car and taxi, everything on this car is heavy-duty. It can drive all day at 90 mph or battle traffic for hours on end. The trunk is huge, the seats wide, the comfort wonderful! Don't look for the latest technology on the MGM, but it has plenty of luxury features you'd expect on an entry-level luxury car. Tough as nails, if you keep up maintenance, this car will serve you for years without problems. Cost of ownership is moderate. Breakdowns are few, but window and lock switches are prone to typical Ford gremlins. 6 quarts of oil per change instead of the typical 4.5. Gas mileage is excellent for a V-8. 26-30 mpg on the interstate is typical. The MGM is fun to drive as long as you understand what you are driving. It is not a drag racer, and holds the road like a 4000 pound car, albeit a very well handling 4000 pound dog, and is great for overtaking! Plus, If yours is the same color as the local cop cars, you get to watch brake lights light up! If you don't need the latest style and toys, and want a big, comfortable, road going cruiser, this is the car for you.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Comfort and smoothness of operation.

Cons: Plan on replacing switches for window and/or locks.

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2007 Mercury Grand Marquis LS PremiumReview
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Awesome Ride. — For a large car, it is adequate for power. It's very solid. Ride is great, I love the newer interior design except I wish it had a separate clock on the dash like my older ones. Gas milage is decent for a large V8 car, especially on the highway. I enjoy driving it, especially with the rack and pinion steering over the older recirculating ball design.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: I'm 6'6" and I love a car I can ride in without my head resting on the ceiling

Cons: About the only "drawback" is the fuel mileage around town...

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2007 Mercury Grand Marquis GSReview
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Verrrry Reliable Car — 4.6 V8, 16 valve, about 230-240bhp top speed limited at about 113-114 mph, it handles extremely well for a car of its size and weight, and handles well at higher speeds as well (personnally tested). Being a large 4-door sedan it has plenty of room for friends or stuff. Bad thing is that personally its been hard finding performance parts built for a 16valve 4.6V8 because most performance parts are built for the 24valve in the Mustang GT or 32 valve in the Shelby GT/Bullet and so on and weight distrobution, the car is too light in the rear end, giving a lil less traction.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: power to interior space, and the handling for its size and its damn near indestructable

Cons: hard to find improvement parts for

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2007 Mercury Grand MarquisReview
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A Wonderful Family Car — i bought my 1997 grand marquis new, and have had it going on 10 years, at the time i also looked at the lincoln towncar.the lincoln was 11,000 more than the merc. almost identical except for the exterior sheet metal, same interior, drivrtrain. went to upper mich. last summer, averaged almost 25 miles to the gallon, the ride is still excellent. i will replace it one of these years, but it will me another grand marquis.

Owner for 10 years, 0 months

Miles Driven per Year:15,000

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2007 Mercury Grand Marquis GS Review
Hunter says:
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Front Seats Ranked 2007 Mercury Grand Marquis LS Premium better.
"Plenty of space."
Would Buy Ranked 2007 Mercury Grand Marquis LS Premium better.
"Yes I would buy."
2007 Mercury Grand Marquis LS Premium Review
Hunter says:
vs2007 Mercury Grand Marquis LS Premium
2007 Mercury Grand Marquis LS Premium winning categories:
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Front Seats Ranked 2007 Mercury Grand Marquis LS Premium better.
"Plenty of space."
Would Buy Ranked 2007 Mercury Grand Marquis LS Premium better.
"Yes I would buy."

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Reviews From Other Years

2010 Mercury Grand Marquis Reviews

Review By Guru9B2VG8

Never had problems with a marquise very dependable ride and cheap to fix if any problems it’s worth it Read More

It Looks Good And Drives Great. By Max1440

I purchased a Mercury GM in 1996 and drove it for 234,000 miles without a major problem. Hope to do the same with the new 2010 I purchased. Read More

2009 Mercury Grand Marquis Reviews

Review By David

Its a nice Version of the crown Victoria from Ford. Its a great javelin car and wonderful for long trips. Read More

Review By Guru9DK9SW

I like the grand marquis cause I have a grand marquis 2004 and it has been a really good car it has 239,302 miles on it so now I am looking for another one. Read More

2008 Mercury Grand Marquis Reviews

Review By Guru9VNTGF

Safe car, roomy, dependable, reliable if taken care of. Wish I had another updated one like the 2011. Read More

Review By Guru948FWH

The cars are amazing they can literally last forever and are built like tanks. Read More

2006 Mercury Grand Marquis Reviews

Review By Lawrence

Full size, very comfortable front and back, reliable engine. (I have had mine 16 years, my main car, no problems.) Very good value. Read More

Review By Larry

The price was too high, for the year and miles Read More

2005 Mercury Grand Marquis Reviews

Review By KellyLogistics

Dependable, reliable, forever stylish! Definitely one of the best vehicles Ford put on the market. Read More

Review By Mark

I had a 04 Crown Vic, best car I ever owned. Put 250,000 miles on it and except for routine maintenance, never had a problem. Read More

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