By on January 25, 2021

2011 Mercury Mariner in Colorado junkyard, LH rear view - ©2021 Murilee Martin - The Truth About CarsEver since I found one of the very last Oldsmobiles in a Denver car graveyard, I’ve been keeping my junkyard eye open for other final-year-of-marque Detroit machinery. We’ve got the 1998 Eagle, the 2001 Plymouth, and the 2010 Pontiac, and now it’s time for one of the very last vehicles to wear the Mercury badge: this 2011 Mariner Premier. (Read More…)

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