Used 2003 Mercury Values

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(Model years 2011 - 1939 including exotics and classic cars)
A full-size sedan, the 2003 Mercury Grand Marquis seats up to six passengers and features a new, smoother suspension system for a better ride.
The 2003 Mercury Marauder is a full-size sedan that takes the Grand Marquis and turns it into a powerful cruiser with a long list of standard features.
A premium mid-size SUV, the 2003 Mercury Mountaineer seats up to seven passengers and is available with 2WD or 4WD.
The 2003 Mercury Sable is a premium version of the popular mid-size Taurus and is available as a sedan or a wagon.

The 2003 Mercury product line is showcased by a fresh, classy approach to the American sport sedan. The Mercury Marauder is largely based on the Grand Marquis but includes a number of unique appointments including a 302-horsepower V-8 engine. Exclusively sold in black, the 2003 Marauder sedan features 18-inch aluminum alloy wheels mounted to BF Goodrich tires and carbon fiber-like interior trim. Consisting of just four vehicles, the 2003 Mercury lineup included a number of cuts. Reincarnated as a compact coupe in 1999 after first being dropped in 1997, the Cougar nameplate has once-again been removed from the Mercury brand. Existing since 1993 as a minivan co-produced with Nissan, the Mercury Villager is no longer available. The Mercury brand will receive a new minivan in 2004 based on a platform shared with the current Ford minivan. The Sable returns relatively unchanged for 2003 while the Mountaineer adds standard power-adjustable pedals and features an optional DVD entertainment system.