Come to Vail Automotive for Mercury Repair Services
Repair and maintenance for all Mercury make and models including:
- Mercury Marquis
- Mercury Mariner
- Mercury Milan
Vail Automotive in Rochester is ready with the regular maintenance and repair services you need to keep your Mercury performing well on the road. Our team of highly trained service technicians are experts on older Mercury vehicles. We are always quick to handle auto repair problems and ready to complete general maintenance such as oil changes.
Mercury was originally an entry-level luxury brand of the Ford Motor Company designed to combine affordability and reliability. While the brand has been discontinued, many Mercury vehicles remain on the road today. Just like Mercury, Vail Automotive combines affordability and reliability with affordable repairs and reliable maintenance that will keep your Mercury running for years to come.
Even with the Ford Motor Company's reputation for reliability your Mercury car will need to have regular maintenance and service completed. Depending on the model and year of a Mercury vehicle, problems with the transmission, AC and interior noise are not uncommon. At Vail Automotive we understand the intricacies and engineering standards of this classic American sedan. Bring your Mercury car by Vail Automotive today.
When you visit Vail Automotive our staff is ready and waiting to fix your Mercury vehicle and get you and your car back on the road quickly. Bring your Mercury to us for affordable, convenient, and hassle-free service. Vail Automotive prides itself on offering affordable and efficient repairs at top-notch quality. We are here to service all your Mercury needs so give us a call at 585-271-2406 or stop by our service center at 757 South Ave in Rochester, NY, 14620.
I have used Dan Vail for over 30 years on many different cars. Several family members and friends have gone there on my referral and been pleased. If it don't need fixin' Dan don't fix it, if it does he's the man. Always honest, reasonable and knowledgeable. Sadly, he may retire in the not far future, but maybe not. I think he loves what he does and helping people is high on his list.