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    Mercury is recognized throughout the industry for offering models that boast solid dependability and a luxurious edge. A division of Ford Motor Company, Mercury got its start in the late 1930s when Edsel Ford came up with the idea for a brand that would bridge the gap between Ford's higher-end Lincoln Zephyr and the blue-collar image of regular Ford vehicles. The first Mercury model produced was the Eight, a robust sedan capable of 95 horsepower. World War II grinded the US auto industry to a halt but following the war, Mercury released the M-Series, a pickup truck designated for the Canadian market. The Eight was also revisited, picking up where it left off as a best-seller. Mercury carried momentum going into the 50s as a pop-culture favorite, thanks in large part to the Eight being driven by screen legend James Dean in the film "Rebel Without a Cause."

    The Mercury Comet premiered in 1960 as a compact sedan with a twist of luxury but would eventually be offered up as a classy midsize, as well. The Comet would go on to become a hit due in large part to its success on the racing circuit. Mercury drew even more attention towards the end of the decade when it introduced the Cougar in 1967. Based on the Mustang but with a longer wheelbase and a pronounced front-end grille, the Cougar combined performance elements with the marque's penchant for upscale presence. During the 1970s the oil crisis took center-stage, with Mercury producing smaller, fuel-efficient machines such as the Bobcat and the Capri in order to cope with the climate. The 80s provided a rebound, however, with the Taurus-inspired Sable leading the way.

    1993 saw the arrival of the Villager, an attractive minivan available in multiple trim levels. A few years later Mercury introduced the Mountaineer, an SUV with close relations to the Ford Explorer, the difference resting in the V8 engine as well as slightly more upscale interior. Both vehicles were considered a success in terms of sales, helping propel the brand into the next century. The Cougar was redesigned for its eighth generation in 1999, showing off an aggressively-styled body shape as one of the Mercury's sport compact representative parts. Outfitted with a 4.6L V8 engine, the Marauder reappeared in 2003 as a high-performing version of the Grand Marquis. In 2005, Mercury unveiled the Mariner, a compact luxury SUV which also became available as a hybrid just a year later. Along with the Mariner, Mercury's other heavyweight is the Milan, a smooth-sailing midsize built off of Ford's CD3 platform (same as the Mazda 6, Ford Fusion, and Lincoln Zephyr). The Milan has taken home numerous awards, including Auto Pacific's 2006 vehicle Satisfaction Award for Midsize Cars as well as being named the Initial Quality Winner for 2007 in the Midsize Car Category by J.D. Power & Associates.

    One of the crown jewels in the Ford kingdom, Mercury has established its own monarchy when it comes to drivers who expect a little more class, a little more detail, and reliable performance. Mercury has maintained its presence on the street and on the market by continuously raising its game and allowing their creativity to merge with the driver's. This is an excellent combination when it's time to accentuate your Mercury and Mercury parts, because your upgrades will make sense. Consider CARiD on red-alert to lend you a hand in finding all of the Mercury Accessories and Parts that are available today. You have access to our entire inventory of Mercury accessories and parts that will customize your ride to a whole other level. Don't hesitate in unlocking your vehicle's potential - it's what it was designed for!

    Specially designed grilles, rear spoilers, dash kits, floor mats - and that's just for starters. Plain and simple, any and all of the Mercury accessories you could ever need are right here at the finest quality and best value on the web. Don't be left out. See what fits your style and make it happen with Mercury accessories offered at CARiD. You won't be disappointed.

    Whether you plan to improve your vehicle's performance or simply want to add some flare to its style, we store an exhaustive collection of accessories and parts designed specifically for your vehicle. Whatever product you choose, you are guaranteed to get nothing but the premium quality, unrivaled performance, and unique style. Understanding that your vehicle deserves only the top accessories and parts, we carefully handpicked each single item. And be sure all of them are manufactured by the most reputable companies in the industry, so the quality is beyond any doubts. If you still are not sure what product to choose, you are welcome to check 268 reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars, and define what accessory or part perfectly fits both your vehicle and your pocket.



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    Goodbye Mercury! The Last Grand Marquis Rolled Off the Line
    Goodbye Mercury! The Last Grand Marquis Rolled Off the Line

    Although FoMoCo officially announced the cease of the Mercury line back in June 2011, the last Mercury has left Ford's plant in St. Thomas, Ontario just a few days ago. Initially the final Mercury was planned to be completed by the new year, but heavy snowstorms put off production terms.

    The Grand Marquis has been produced at the St. Thomas plant for 25 years. Since the model's debut in 1938, its sales volumes have exceeded 21 million units. According to Ford's spokesperson Marcey Evans, the automaker is eliminating Mercury to concentrate on two main branches, Ford and Lincoln.

    With this step Ford has given up its another attempt to cater for every purse and purpose by splitting the lineup into multiple brands. The other domestic automotive movers and shakers, GM and Chrysler, have also tried to capture different customer groups and many of their entries failed to succeed, too. Thus, Chrysler has killed Eagle and Plymouth, while GM has cast off Pontiac, Saturn, Hummer, Saab and Oldsmobile.