Mercury Mariner Experts

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Mercury Mariner Questions


Hard Brakes%0a

Identical twin to Ford Escape. This vehicle is hard to stop and feels like stopping a car WITHOUT the engine running. May seem hard because I'm pressing so hard on pedal. Things done so far -- - bled ...

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I Have A 2010 Mercury Mariner Premier

I filled the gas tank and all of a suddent the gauge saying I'm using a gallon of gas every few blocks...the car runs perfect...what can cause this?

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My 2007 Mercury Mariner 6 Cd Changer Won't Play New Cds

My 2007 Mercury Mariner has a 6 CD changer. I recently got some new CDs and it starts to play them but after about a minute or so quits. It still plays every other CD I've had just fine. It is only ...

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Wont Take Cds

its like there is no slot and yes its a 6 disc changer

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Cannot Get It To Take Cds

its like there no slot for them

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About the Mercury Mariner

The Mercury Mariner came to be in 2005 as the manufacturer's smaller SUV offering aimed at younger buyers. Although it's the sibling of the Ford Escape, the styling is quite different, so it's not just a simple rebranding.
There's a bit of a trade-off of power in favor of fuel efficiency, at least by SUV standards; the five-passenger vehicle's fuel economy ranges from 19 to 24 miles per gallon. It can hold a bit of cargo behind the back row, but if the back row is unoccupied its seats can be flattened to create a cargo space of more than 66 cubic feet.
Although it contains all of the safety equipment that is more or less commonplace on today's new cars, the Mariner has earned adequate but not exceptional crash-test ratings in its three model years. Owner satisfaction appears to be quite high, especially on the well-equipped higher-priced trims.