Thank you for taking the time to consider Auto Inspection Service as your Mercury service provider. Your service can be provided by anyone. We would like to go beyond service and provide you with an experience that keeps you coming back; to build a relationship based on trust. Everyone is looking for a service provider they can go to with confidence, wouldn’t you agree? Don’t you want the assurance that the work will be done by professionals who have the acquired skills to perform the job successfully with competence? The reality is, you want the facts about your vehicle and you want the truth. We will honor your request with moral character and ethical principles. We will be fair and impartial, giving you the reliance of fulfillment and promise.
Two Year Parts and Labor Limited Warranty
We Provide the Following Services for Your Mercury :
- Seat Covers and Floor Mats
- Oil Changes / Scheduled Maintenance
- Engine Tune Ups
- Wheel and Tire Service
- Repair / Reset Annoying Warning Lights
- Engine Performance
- Electrical Problems
- Engine Repair
- Engine Exchange: Re-manufactured or Used
- Automatic and Manual Transmissions Service
- Heating and A/C - HVAC
- Suspension Struts and Shocks
- Disc and Drum Brakes / ABS
- Steering Racks / Tie Rod Ends / Ball Joints
- Drive Shaft / U Joints / CV Shafts
- Exhaust and Muffler Repair
- Windshields and door glass
A Few Facts About Mercury
Mercury was an automobile division of the Ford Motor Company launched in 1938 to market entry-level luxury cars slotted between Ford-branded regular models and Lincoln-branded luxury vehicles.
The name "Mercury" is derived from the messenger of the gods of Roman mythology, and during its early years, the Mercury brand was known for performance, which was briefly revived in 2003 with the Mercury Marauder.
The 1939 Mercury 8 began production in 1938, with a 239 cu. in. 95 horsepower (71 kW; 96 PS) flathead V8 engine.
Mercury was its own division at Ford until 1945 when it was combined with Lincoln into the Lincoln-Mercury Division.
In 1978, Mercury sales peaked at an all-time high of 580,000 when the Cougar and Lincoln Mk V shattered sales records.
In 1989, the Cougar switched to an all-new platform; although still a personal-luxury coupe, interior room and handling were improve
In 1992, the Grand Marquis was redesigned for the first time since 1979; using the same platform as before, it shared no sheetmetal with the 1991 model and both V8 engines were replaced with a single all-new design.
In the mid-1990s the brand received some free advertising when country music star Alan Jackson scored a hit with a 1993 cover of K. C. Douglas' "Mercury Blues", a song which heaped praise on their vehicles.
In 1995, the Mystique was introduced as Mercury's Topaz replacement; a version of the Ford Mondeo mid-size "world car", it was commonly viewed as compact for an American car.
Although Mercury was not the first nameplate to introduce a SUV, the 1997 Mercury Mountaineer was among one of the first to popularize luxury SUVs.
Although Mercury's full-size and mid-size sedans performed well in the marketplace, the division phased out smaller cars completely in favor of minivans and SUVs.
On June 2, 2010, Ford announced the closure of the Mercury line by the end of the year. The Mercury Mountaineer was discontinued in the 2010 model year, with the remaining Mercurys following suit after an abbreviated 2011 model year. After the Mercury brand was discontinued in 2011, Ford stripped all Mercury branding from its Lincoln-Mercury dealers.