New and Used Silver Mercury Grand Marquis for sale

Find a Used Mercury Grand Marquis Near You

TrueCar has 116 used Mercury Grand Marquis models for sale nationwide, including a Mercury Grand Marquis 4dr Sedan LS Premium and a Mercury Grand Marquis 4dr Sedan LS. Prices for a used Mercury Grand Marquis currently range from $2,939 to $100,000, with vehicle mileage ranging from 5 to 306,668. Find used Mercury Grand Marquis inventory at a TrueCar Certified Dealership near you by entering your zip code and seeing the best matches in your area.

First Generation 1986-1993

1983 Mercury Grand Marquis

1983 Mercury Grand Marquis

1983: The Marquis, like the Ford LTD, split into a mid-size version based on the Ford Fox platform platform while the Grand Marquis continued with the Panther platform. The grille was changed slightly this year.

1986: Sequential electronic fuel injection is added to the car.

1987: The Grand Marquis is now built exclusively at the St. Thomas plant.

1988: The exterior received minor changes; the familiar cross-and-wreath hood ornament, as well as the other cross emblems, were replaced by Mercury’s “Flying M” logo. The rest of the exterior emblems were updated to the new block script used on the Sable. The 2-door coupe was no longer available.

1990: The dashboard of the car was completely redesigned, including the airbag-equipped “brick” steering wheel.

1991: The electronically controlled Ford AOD-E transmission was introduced.



Standard Safety Features

  • Traction Control
  • Driver and Front Passenger Airbags
  • Front Seatbelt Pretensioners
  • 4-wheel ABS
  • Laminated Side Glass

The NHTSA has conducted crash tests of the 2007 Grand Marquis. Its full scores are available at

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