1988 Mercury Grand Marquis LS 5.0 liter 302, Fuel injected from North America
The Perfect Car
The rear end Clunks, when it is put into any gears. At first, we thought that it was probably the U-joints, but it turns out that its some kind of bearing inside the rear end. The paint was faded badly and wouldn't shine up. The vacuum hose cracked so it had a rough idle, when it wasn't hooked up. The air conditioning didn't work when we bought it, but oh well.
The car is really powerful, and beats supposedly "fast" cars all the time at lights.
There's plenty of power to pass and by the time I get past the car, my car is already going about 140 Kilometers Per Hour.
This car corners way better than any large car that I've ever driven.
The car is really nice on long trips, with all of the power accessories and it's excellent ride.
The mufflers broke off, but the car is still pretty tolerable inside, so it must have a lot of sound-deadening stuff built in.
It gets great gas mileage, it was very cheap to buy, its big so all passengers are safe and comfortable.
The car starts instantly every time, even on the coldest days this year.
Any parts on it are easily replaced, if they get damaged, since there are so many of these around.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 9th December, 2002