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Mercury Grand Marquis
1998-2011
Mercury Grand Marquis 2009 Trim Shown: 2009 Sedan

A classic highway cruiser, the rear-wheel-drive Grand Marquis is built on a full frame and is powered by a 4.6-liter V8. A compliant ride, a huge trunk, and substantial trailer-towing capability are its major advantages. Handling is fairly clumsy and the steering feels light. The front seat is a bench. The rear seat is not as roomy as you might expect in a car of this size. For 2001, the Grand Marquis picked up more power and optional adjustable pedals. 2003 brought a pseudo-sporty version called Marauder, which was quicker but felt little different from the regular model.

Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2011 $10,600 - $10,600 $7,905 - $7,905
N/A
2010 $7,775 - $7,775 $5,215 - $5,215
N/A
2009 $6,825 - $6,825 $4,310 - $4,310
N/A
2008 $5,450 - $6,075 $2,985 - $3,585
2007 $5,000 - $5,550 $2,530 - $3,055
2006 $4,550 - $5,050 $2,125 - $2,575
2005 $4,500 - $4,650 $2,070 - $2,195
2004 $3,650 - $6,625 $1,395 - $4,065
2003 $3,550 - $6,150 $1,315 - $3,600
2002 $3,275 - $4,150 $1,080 - $1,780
2001 N/A N/A
2000 N/A N/A