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2007 Mercury Mariner Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 1 review
This 5-passenger vehicle is Mercury's mid-sized sport-utility offering, and it's based on the Ford Escape. With more efficiency than power, it's a good choice for those who like the height and practicality of an SUV but don't want to go broke on gasoline.
The Mariner is good-looking, with some nice touches such as wood-grain and brushed-aluminum accents and chrome door handles. The utility factor is certainly there, too, as you'll have 66.3 cubic feet of cargo space when the back seats are folded flat. The cushions must be removed to get the back row flat, and that's a minor inconvenience.
For 2007 there are nine exterior colors, and for the interior, two cloth choices and four for leather. All-wheel drive, a roof rack, and running boards are among the options available to max out the SUV factor.
Mercury has put together several groupings of options, for instance the Moon & Tune Package, which includes a power moonroof, upgraded audio system, and roof rack. There are six different trims of the 2007 Mariner.
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Mercury Mariner Questions
My 2007 Mercury Mariner Will Not Stay Running Unless Giving It Gas. It Sta...
Drove fine this morning and then when I started it again, it started running rough and turns off when my foot is off the gas.
Was The Outside Temperature/compass Availabe On The 2007 Model?
I am looking to buy a 2007 Mercury Mariner and one of the options that I can't live without is knowing the outside temperature but I can't seem to find one with that option. Was it available in the 2...
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Mercury Mariner Passenger Door Lock Issue
The passenger side door latch does not reset itself after opening the door. I have to manually push the latch up to close the door. Can I take the panel off the door and fix it myself? Or do I need ...