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The Mercury deserves only Mercury genuine parts from Ford Parts Giant. There's zero risk involved when buying from us because all our parts are shipped directly from Ford dealers and backed by the manufacturer's warranty. For decades, we have been the number one Mercury online parts store.

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For any questions about your purchase, our experienced customer service team is here to aid by email, live chat, or phone call. Live representatives are always willing to lend a hand with your shopping needs. With a complete Mercury parts catalog and a full selection of inventory, your parts are ready to be delivered to anywhere in the nation with no delay.

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Any OEM Mercury parts you need for standard maintenance or repair, we have. Our discounts are even better than wholesale for all parts for Mercury. With unbelievably low prices, you won't go anywhere else for Mercury parts.
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About Mercury

Mercury was a division of Ford Motor Company marketed as a more upscale marquee. Vehicles sold under this brand featured Ford engineering, but enhanced with luxuriously styled Mercury body parts. While Mercury made full-sized vehicles at first, it entered the compact car market with the introduction of the Capri in 1971. It would expand its luxury styling beyond sedans to include other vehicles like the Villager minivan. The Mercury brand was eventually phased out in 2011 with the Grand Marquis being the final automobile rolled off the assembly line.