2010 Mercury Mariner
135,813 Miles
$7,995

Middletown, OH
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2010 Mercury Mariner
119,110 Miles
$7,647

O'fallon, IL
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2007 Mercury Mariner
124,484 Miles
$6,398

Birch Run, MI
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2010 Mercury Mariner
97,005 Miles
$7,810

Ronkonkoma, NY
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2008 Mercury Mariner
208,490 Miles
$4,495

Collinsville, IL
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2007 Mercury Mariner
121,346 Miles
$6,488

Ponca City, OK
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2008 Mercury Mariner
145,592 Miles
$7,977

Spearfish, SD
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2008 Mercury Mariner
161,720 Miles
$10,900

Findlay, OH
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2008 Mercury Mariner
127,075 Miles
$5,995

Collinsville, IL
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2010 Mercury Mariner
123,519 Miles
$7,988

Matteson, IL
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2011 Mercury Mariner
100,867 Miles
$8,995

Greenville, NC
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2008 Mercury Mariner
166,066 Miles
$5,895

Sauk City, WI
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2006 Mercury Mariner
140,885 Miles
$4,975

Marion, OH
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2008 Mercury Mariner
88,145 Miles
$6,395

Amityville, NY
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2008 Mercury Mariner
102,811 Miles
$7,200

Chambersburg, PA
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2007 Mercury Mariner
34,234 Miles
$9,900

Chambersburg, PA
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2008 Mercury Mariner
111,528 Miles
$8,988

Thorp, WI
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2006 Mercury Mariner
110,338 Miles
$8,999

Thorp, WI
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2008 Mercury Mariner
159,956 Miles
$3,560

Okemos, MI
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2008 Mercury Mariner
77,315 Miles
$9,900

Chambersburg, PA
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Mercury Mariner Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.4
34 Reviews
Overall
4.4
Value
4.1
Performance
3.9
Style
4.3
Comfort
4.6
Fuel Economy
3.5
Reliability
4.2

Mercury Mariner Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2005 Mercury Mariner - Totally fits me

Kerry
Jessup, Pennsylvania
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
My 2005 Mercury Mariner is my favorite car that I have owned. I bought it used but I love the size and the style of the SUV. The look of it is still really good even after being 10 years old. It has great pickup on the highway. Even with a new transmission in it at 90,000 miles it now drives like new. My only dislike is that I feel the sunroof has a bad seal and has to be fixed. It fits comfortably 4 people and still has great trunk space for luggage or shopping trips. I feel completely safe driving it and still looking stylish even for an older car. It does not truly eat gas like other vehicles though it could more a little more fuel efficient. Overall this SUV is truly my favorite vehicle I have ever owned. I would love to be able to get another one like it between the shape, look, f... (more)
Story
While on a girls trip we were driving in the Mariner and waiting for the ferry to cross the lake. Due to our ability to open the moon roof we got some very interesting pictures including one of a worker who didn't check his workpants for holes and chose the one with a hole in his butt.
Pros
The top positive things with the vehicle are that it has heated seats, a 6 disc cd player, cruise control, a moonroof and fog lights. The all wheel drive is another especially important feature on it especially living in an area that sees a lot of bad weather in the winter. My absolute favorite feature in the Mariner is the heated front seats. I can find the seats keeping me warm in the worst of the winter. The cd player is another bonus it allows me to play what I want to hear even when driving in areas where the radio reception is not really good. And I do not have to be distracted while... (more)
Cons
The top negative things about the Mariner is that the all wheel drive is automatic. I would like to be able to turn it on and off sometimes depending on the situation. The moonroof seal is bad and needs to be fixed. When it rains heavy the person in the passenger seat is very likely to get dripped on or something left there will be wet. The other thing is there are no vents for the back passengers to adequately get heat or air and in an SUV whether small or normal I feel that should be a standard feature no matter the age. The back leather seats are not heated so those passengers either bu... (more)

2007 Mercury Mariner - Not as reliable as I hoped.

BD
Estell Manor, New Jersey
Overall
2.0
Value
2.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
2.0
It is a smaller SUV and came with heated leather seats, sun roof, power everything and 4W drive, so I was excited and had high expectations for this car. Unfortunately, my expectations were not met. I have had to have the car in the shop many times and spent more money than I thought I would in maintenance. I had to completely replace the transmission and within 2 weeks had to take the car back into the shop because the transmission was not working right again. In addition, the interior has not help up well. The fabric is peeling from the ceiling and the dash is faded and checking. The vehicle handles well, but the brakes seem very soft. I really have to push hard on them for a stop. It is comfortable to drive. The auto start and the heated leather seats are amazing features on those... (more)
Story
The storage of this vehicle makes it nice for packing the kids up to head to the beach with all of their toys, blankets, chairs, and the cart for me to push it all in. It is nice to push the auto start button and get the AC running while I am changing and the kids and packing up the gear. Then I can sit down in a nice cool car and leave the heat outside.
Pros
The heated leather seats, 4WD, and the storage capacity ere the best aspects of this vehicle.
Cons
The reliability was by far the biggest draw back to this vehicle. My other vehicle is a 2000 and this car was in the shop more often. Also the interior liner falling off and the fading and checking of the dashboard are disappointing.

2010 Mercury Mariner - Awesome SUV

Shaun
Jacksonville, North Carolina
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
Prior to owning my Mariner, my husband owned a Jeep Grand Cherokee, and I owned a Kia Rio. The Kia was much too small, and I wasn't a fan of the Jeep. The Mariner has everything I would want in a car and more. The heated seats help my back since I have back problems. So it's very comfortable for me to drive. I also couldn't live without the adjustable climate controls for the driver and the passenger. My husband always has the A/C on full blast, so this allows me to have the heat on since I always get cold. I've always wanted a car with an in-dash navigation system, and this has it. I love the Bluetooth in the car as well. I can listen to whatever I want when I stream the music from my phone. I think my favorite part is how large it is inside. We have a Great Dane, so he need... (more)
Story
My husband and I were driving around with two of our dogs, a pit bull and a great dane, and saw a lake nearby on the in-dash navigation. We decided to take the dogs to the lake and swim with them. There's a cool little compartment in the back that we can flip over and it's hard plastic, so after we were done, we put our shoes and wet socks in that compartment. So, the dogs had enough room in... (more)
Pros
Heated seats, climate control, spacious interior, in-dash navigation, and tow hitch.

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