About Mercury Marauder
The Mercury Marauder is a full-size automobile that was first introduced to the mass in 1963. It is developed and produced by Mercury Cyclecar Company. The Marauder used to be a trim option on standard Mercury coupes. It was later transitioned to an independent model. The name "Marauder" can be derived from its engine. It is the most powerful available among all the Mercury lineup products. The Marauder has gone through several generations. It has received much attention owing to its solid classic parts and smart car design. The model is assembled and produced mainly in Michigan, New Jersey, Missouri, and California in the United States.
The first-generation Marauder was made between 1963 and 1965. It was offered in a 2-door hardtop in terms of the car classification. It adopted a full-size Ford platform. Later in 1964, it was developed into a 4-door hardtop version. The car featured a sporty roofline. The Marauder was powered by a V8. The parts of the transmissions are available in three kinds: 3-speed or 4-speed manual transmissions, and a 3-speed "Merc-O-Matic" automatic. It enjoyed a high reputation for its safe and comfortable riding.
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The second-generation Mercury Marauder was made from 1969 to 1970. It was positioned as a personal luxury car. The vehicle was regarded as a refined version of the S-55. It was sold at US$3,351 ($24,762 in 2021 dollars) then. It sold well not only in America but also in other countries thanks to its solid OEM parts and excellent performance. As standard, the Marauder was powered by a 390 cu in (6.4 L) Ford FE engine mated to a manual 3-speed transmission. In addition, there was a higher-performance version of the model called the Marauder X-100. The upgraded Marauder features more comfort, equipped with twin comfort lounge seats, bench seats, or bucket seats with a floor console housing a U-shaped automatic transmission shift handle. All these updates have helped it to become more competitive.
After a 33-year suspension, the Mercury was put into production again in 2003. Both its interior accessories and exterior parts have experienced an array of changes for better performance. With upgraded chassis, suspension, and powertrain components, the Mercury now is more splendid than its previous counterparts. The 4-door sedan adopts the Ford Panther platform. For the interior, it utilizes a five-seat layout with a center console-mounted transmission shifter. The instrument panel was redesigned, with aluminum-finish gauges. From the exquisite parts to the brisk performance, the Mercury can always outshine its rivals.