The rear wheel-driven 2011 Mercury Grand Marquis is a family sedan that delivers 16/24 MPG urban/rural as estimated by the EPA. Its singular invoice price is reported at $28,200. After some attractive Mercury financing options, you can expect estimated monthly payments of about $575. A 36 month/36,000 mile basic warranty is in effect for this spacious vehicle that seats up to six passengers. It offers you the majority of the convenience and comfort amenities found in a Town Car from Lincoln, all at a base price point that's less than many middle-sized luxury vehicles. Interior dimensions are reported at:
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E85 flex fuel gasoline generates power for the 4.6L 224-horsepower (at 4800 RPM) 275 lb-ft (at 4000 RPM) V8 engine of the Grand Marquis Mercury 2011. A 4-speed automatic transmission joins in to complete the powertrain combination. The new Grand Marquis can tow up to 1500 pounds and requires 20.1 feet of radius for turning. Standard features that may interest you include:
Popular optional features of the Grand Marquis 2011 include a six-disc CD changer, heated front seats, polished wheels, Bluetooth connectivity and more. Standard safety features include electronic stability and traction control, 4-wheel ABS, dual front/front side airbags and tire pressure monitoring. And new for 2011, power adjustable pedals are now included on every Grand Marquis.
The 2011 Mercury Grand Marquis is a large unit measuring 212 inches in length, 78.3 inches in width, 56.3 inches in height and fitted with a 114.6 inch wheelbase. Its curb weight is reported at 4118 pounds as it competes with other popular family sedans including the Buick Lucerne ($29,730) and the Toyota Camry ($29,470). The Grand Marquis is truly loaded with features that need to be experienced to be fully appreciated. Test drive one today.