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Mercury (automobile)

Mercury is a division of the Ford Motor Company founded in 1939 to market semi-luxury cars slotted between entry-level Ford and luxury Lincoln models. To this day most Mercury models are based on Ford brand platforms.

Mercury, like the defunct Edsel was created from scratch, rather than being a takeover of an existing company like Lincoln. Mercury's heyday was in the 1950's, when its formula of stretching and lowering existing Ford platforms was very successful.

List of Mercury Cars

  • Mercury Cougar
  • Mercury Villager (1993- )
  • Mercury Mountaineer (1997 - )
  • Mercury Zephyr
  • Mercury Capri
  • Mercury Lynx
  • Mercury Marquis
  • Mercury Grand Marquis
  • Mercury LN7
  • Mercury Marauder
  • Mercury Eight
  • Mercury Monterey (1952- )
  • Mercury Montclair
  • Mercury Medalist
  • Mercury Voyager
  • Mercury Turnpike Cruiser
  • Mercury Colony Park
  • Mercury Commuter
  • Mercury Parklane
  • Mercury Comet
  • Mercury Meteor
  • Mercury Caliente
  • Mercury S-55
  • Mercury Montego
  • Mercury Bobcat
  • Mercury Monarch
  • Mercury Custom
  • Mercury Cyclone
  • Mercury Topaz
  • Mercury Sable
  • Mercury Tracer
  • Mercury Mystique

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