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First owned manual
by Trio Tracer Owner from Newark, DE | February 12, 2011
This is the first time i have owned a mercury of any kind. It is awesome. I own the trio trip package of the mercury tracer. Its a manual car, i enjoy driving it and it was hard to get use to driving stick shift again, i had learned 7 years earlier to drive manual when i was learning to drive, what fun. But once you get the handling down the car was great. We were hit with repeated snow over January 2011, but the trio got through it no problem. I enjoy driving this car and i would recommend it to anyone who likes to drive a manual that is easy to work with.