Mercury was once "the sign of the cat" in its more successful years, but ultimately became a sign of the times as Ford - as well as Chevrolet and Chrysler - ended long-running auto brands. The final Mercurys were produced in 2011, and so there are still many models out there that will provide reliable transportation for years. Mercury owners should count on Get All Parts' nationwide inventory of original-equipment aftermarket auto parts, including those for Mercury models. We lead the auto parts industry with a free five-year limited warranty on every part we sell.
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Henry Ford’s son Edsel founded Mercury Motors in 1938 to provide Ford with a mid-level luxury brand to compete with GM’s Buick and the Chrysler car line. While Mercury experienced some success with this business plan, the brand struggled to find a solid place in the market.
Over the decades, Mercury experienced the same problems as other large-car makers during the postwar era of faster cars, and the 1970s gas crisis that hurt sales of inefficient models. Mercury tried to reinvent itself several times, occasionally moving toward performance, and sometimes toward smaller vehicles. The brand partnered with Nissan to produce the Villager minivan for a few years, but never enjoyed the sales numbers of its competitors.
The last Mercury models were upscale versions of Ford offerings, such as the Milan sedan ( Fusion), Grand Marquis (Crown Victoria), Mariner (Escape), and Mountaineer (Explorer). Ford officially ended the Mercury brand in 2011 to concentrate efforts on its own lineup as well as that of luxury autos under the Lincoln badge.