Roll Stability Control system

Asked by May 11, 2008 at 01:07 AM about the 2008 Mercury Mariner Hybrid

Question type: General

Do the hybrid has stability control? I read in Consumer Report than it does not. If not why?

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It may not have it due to differences in the hybrid vs. gas engine design, and to different weight distribution because of the batteries in the hybrid.

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This vehicle was made as cheaply as possible due to the cost of the hybrid system (borrowed from Toyota). I have issues with noise and the lack of a few normal features normally found on Mercury vehicles. The cheap radio antenna for one as well as other plastic parts on the interior of the car. I change the horn from single tone to dual tone and upgraded the headlight bulbs to higher power, whiter color. Good luck.

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