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The Cougar was introduced in 1967 as a more luxurious and slightly upscale version of the Ford Mustang. Throughout its history, the Cougar underwent several design changes and variations, evolving from a pony car to a personal luxury car and then to a sport compact car.
Full-size rear-wheel-drive sedan which shared its platform with the Ford Crown Victoria and was positioned as a more upscale and luxurious version of that model. Grand Marquis was known for its traditional body-on-frame construction, offering a spacious interior and a smooth ride.
Compact crossover SUV that was part of the Mercury division of Ford Motor Company's lineup. It was introduced in 2005 and shared its platform with the Ford Escape, as both vehicles were developed concurrently. It typically came with a choice of four-cylinder or V6 engines, providing varying levels of power and efficiency to cater to different consumer preferences.
Mid-size sedan that was part of the Mercury division of Ford Motor Company's lineup. Introduced in 2006, the Milan shared its platform with the Ford Fusion and the Lincoln MKZ, forming a trio of vehicles built on the same platform but with distinct features and styling cues.
Full-size sedan introduced in 2005 as a replacement for the Mercury Sable. Montego shared its platform with the Ford Five Hundred (later rebranded as the Ford Taurus) and was built on a front-wheel-drive platform. It typically came equipped with a V6 engine, offering decent power for everyday driving situations.
Full-size minivan introduced in various iterations over the years, with the most recent version being produced until 2007. Monterey shared its platform with other Ford minivans like the Ford Freestar. It featured a typical minivan design with sliding rear doors and a focus on providing ample interior space and passenger comfort.
Mid-size luxury SUV that shared its platform and many components with the Ford Explorer but offered a more upscale and refined experience. It typically came equipped with V6 or V8 engine options, offering a balance of power and efficiency suitable for an SUV of its size. The Mountaineer was available in both rear-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive configurations.
Mid-size sedan and later a full-size sedan with a significant presence in the automotive market and went through several generations during its production run. Sable initially shared its platform with the Ford Taurus. It was known for its distinctive styling, including aerodynamic curves and unique design elements that aimed to set it apart in the mid-size sedan segment.