The 2010 Mercury Grand Marquis specifications on its cast iron engine reveal a 4.6L 224hp SOHC 16-valve FFV Duratec 46 V8 with a final drive ratio of 2.73:1. It acts in conjunction with a sequential multi-port fuel injection system and a four speed electronic automatic transmission with overdrive to produce 275 ft-lb of torque at 4000 RPM. Cylinder heads are manufactured from cast aluminum.
The Grand Marquis is an accomplished vehicle that is proud to offer the most spacious interior in its entire class. It also has the most room for cargo in its trunk area. Additionally, it is the only sedan in its class that offers a standard V8 engine. And if all of that wasn't enough already, it is the only car in its class that has received a five star frontal crash test rating from the NHTSA. As mercury says: The grand Marquis is in a class all by itself.
Mercury vehicles are known for ride quality and the 2010 Grand Marquis review affirms that reputation. Its shocks are pressurized with nitrogen gas and the rear suspension system floats on air. The fully independent frontal suspension system features a SLA design utilizing both a stabilizer bar and coil springs. The Grand Marquis offers you 107.5 cubic feet of passenger space and an additional 20.6 cubic feet of space for cargo. 19 gallons of fuel are held in its tank in each will propel you an estimated 41 MPG in the cities and 36 miles per gallon on the highways. It is also E85 flex fuel compatible.
The new Grand Marquis is just the right size and weight to offer you optimal comfort and security. Its 114.6 inch wheelbase supports the overall vehicular dimensions of 212 x 76.5 x 56.3 inches in length, width and height respectively. Curb weight is 4117 pounds. Frontal headroom measures 39.5 inches while 37.8 inches are measured in the rear. 41.6 inches of legroom grace the front area while 38 inches are presented for rear passengers to enjoy in stretch out in. Both front and rear seating is almost too comfortable and especially well suited for long journeys.
The 2010 Grand Marquis by Mercury is more than adequately safe for you and your passengers. Crumple zones are built in to both the front and the rear of the vehicle. If any impact is encountered, these crumple zones will direct that force away from the passenger compartment. Seat belt pre-tensioners and electronic sensors that control the airbag system also act in conjunction to optimize your safety. In addition, electronic traction control, anti lock brakes, remote keyless entry and the SecuriLock antitheft system are all standard features.
Optional features like heated front seats and automatic climate control systems will keep you comfortable year round in any climate. The standard 8-way adjustable power driver's seat is trimmed in leather, offers lumbar support, fully reclines and also features a fold down armrest with dual cup holders. The 2010 Grand Marquis comfortably seats six full grown adults and can easily tote their golf bags in the trunk area.
If you're in the market for a safe, dependable and overly comfortable sedan, then obtaining a 2010 Mercury Grand Marquis price quote is definitely worth your further consideration. MSRPs begin at $29,270 which falls right in line with its competitors like the 2010 Buick LaCrosse, the Toyota Camry, the Pontiac G6 and the Acura TSX. Take a closer look at the new Mercury Grand Marquis today.