2010 Mercury Mariner Hybrid

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$30,105

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2010 Mercury Mariner Hybrid
2010 Mercury Mariner Hybrid

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Consumer reviews

Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.7
  • Interior design 4.7
  • Performance 5.0
  • Value for the money 5.0
  • Exterior styling 4.3
  • Reliability 5.0

Most recent consumer reviews

4.9

Excellent reliable vehicle. Great gas mileage

Great vehicle. Nice size. Super reliable. Great gas mileage with hybrid version. Would highly recommend to others. Excellent value for the money. Drives well in snow.

4.6

Excellent buy!

I purchased this vehicle to replace an Escape Hybrid. The Escape as the first generation of the hybrid and had some significant drawbacks. The Mariner is a step up on every point. All of the major drawbacks were addressed. It gets excellent gas mileage (34 mpg average), is very comfortable and does all I need a SUV to do while getting economy mileage.

5.0

Best car ever, ford should of kept mercury brand.

This car is amazing, I am currently getting 46 miles to the gallon, its pretty impressive how you can manipulate your gas mileage with the battery system. I have had my car since 40k miles, currently @ 80k, its been a very good car. Only has been very basic repairs, such as brakes, new tires back @ 60k miles. This and the ford escape, are a car you have to test drive, at least!

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Compare the competitors

2006

Ford Escape Hybrid

$26,900

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2005

Mercury Mariner

$21,425

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2008

Mercury Mariner Hybrid

$28,150

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