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Mechanics call it the Mercury MYSTAKE!!
by Rose Dawson-Titanic Fan from Columbus , OH. | September 23, 2011
I am a short 5'2" women and I keep hitting my head on the top of the door when I get inside. It runs terribly and idols rough. Mine has about 75,000 miles on it and has broken down twice in the last year. I have had to be towed home by AAA. 5 mechanics have looked at it and nobody can tell us what is wrong with it. It runs as if it has a ghost in the machine. Sometimes you drive it a long distance and it is fine. Other times you take it 3 miles and you think it will break down. DON'T BUY ONE. There is a reason why all 5 mechanics refered to it as a Mercury Mystake!!