Since its induction in 1983, the Mercury Grand Marquis has provided a durable and comfortable platform for smooth and easy riding. The singular aspects of the vehicle have endured: a large trunk, plenty of legroom and a workhorse 224-horsepower 4.6L V8 engine with flex-fuel capability. For 2010, the Mercury Grand Marquis returns with the LS as the only available model.
The well-equipped LS includes features such as 17" alloy wheels, traction control, anti-lock brakes, front and side air bags, fog lamps, heated power mirrors, keyless entry with exterior keypad, leather-trimmed seats, electronic automatic temperature control, full power trunk with key-fob open/close and message center with trip computer.
The optional equipment list remains simple, and includes heated front seats, adjustable pedals, 17-inch 18-spoke wheels, dual-media AM/FM stereo with cassette and single CD player and wood and leather trimmed steering wheel with audio and climate controls. The smoker's package is also available with a rarely seen lighter element and ash tray.
Comfortable And Powerful Ride
Cavernous Interior That Easily Seats Six
For 2010, the venerable Mercury Grand Marquis soldiers on with no major changes.
The 2010 Mercury Grand Marquis is a rear-wheel drive full-size family sedan that offers a spacious interior with seating for six, a comfortable ride and class-leading trunk capacity--all at an affordable price. Its simple, rear-wheel drive, body-on-frame design is a throwback to full-size American sedans of the past, but has come to incorporate many of the safety and convenience features that have now come to be expected in modern luxury sedans.