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The Grand Marquis is a survivor from an earlier age when big rear-drive sedans ruled U.S. roads. It delivers a blend of smooth power, cushy ride, and serene driving that appeals mostly to older drivers. Unchanged for 2010, the Grand Marquis got its most recent face lift in 2003.
Basically unchanged, this trio of compact SUVs continues to deliver decent performance and better-than-decent fuel economy. All three share truckish, counterculture styling, and if their refinement trails some competitors’, their infotainment systems are cutting edge.
This is a luxurious coupe that offers style, comfort, and speed–albeit at a hefty price. Base versions with V-6 power are plenty quick, and the V-8 CLK550 is seriously fast. The CLK is starting to show its age, if for no other reason than the 3-series coupe and A5 are much newer.
Overshadowed by unit-bodied crossovers, these one-time sales leaders are still good choices for buyers who want the durability and towing that go with a body-on-frame SUV. Unchanged for 2010, Ford’s mid-size clones are quiet, comfortable, and provide three-row seating.
The cars formerly known as the Five Hundred (Ford Taurus) and Montego (Mercury Sable) were revised and sent into the world with new and more familiar names. They might be a bit boring, but these big sedans are incredibly competent and refined. The V-6 offers more than enough power.