2005 Mercury Mariner
199,354 Miles
$3,299

Stillwater, MN
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2005 Mercury Mariner
$3,259

Fargo, ND
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2005 Mercury Mariner
165,599 Miles
$4,999

Atwater, MN
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2005 Mercury Mariner
140,472 Miles
$4,794

Mishawaka, IN
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2005 Mercury Mariner
184,119 Miles
$4,800

Shelbyville, IN
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2005 Mercury Mariner
147,885 Miles
$4,995

Monticello, IA
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2005 Mercury Mariner
85,361 Miles
$6,483

Annapolis, MD
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2005 Mercury Mariner
126,235 Miles
$4,795

Evanston, IL
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2005 Mercury Mariner
120,569 Miles
$5,523

Columbia, MO
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2005 Mercury Mariner
89,668 Miles
$6,788

Pitcairn, PA
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2005 Mercury Mariner
108,099 Miles
$4,888

North Plainfield, NJ
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2005 Mercury Mariner
97,999 Miles
$5,999

Gloucester, NJ
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2005 Mercury Mariner
168,082 Miles
$3,995

Louisville, KY
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2005 Mercury Mariner
164,265 Miles
$4,950

Broken Arrow, OK
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2005 Mercury Mariner
154,405 Miles
$4,995

Oshkosh, WI
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2005 Mercury Mariner
138,824 Miles
$4,777

Claremore, OK
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2005 Mercury Mariner
167,012 Miles
$6,488

Mishawaka, IN
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2005 Mercury Mariner
154,721 Miles
$3,995

West Milton, OH
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2005 Mercury Mariner
138,709 Miles
$3,150

Birmingham, AL
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2005 Mercury Mariner
170,085 Miles
$3,495

Raleigh, NC
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2005 Mercury Mariner Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.0
2 Reviews
Overall
4.0
Value
3.5
Performance
3.0
Style
3.5
Comfort
3.5
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
3.0

2005 Mercury Mariner Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2005 Mercury Mariner - Great vehicle, know what to expect

Zac
Telford, Pennsylvania
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
This vehicle is great in the snow; the traction it provides is amazing. It was 4WD and is high enough off of the ground to get through snow. There is more cargo space than a sedan, but just not quite enough to cover all of my personal needs. If space or seating is a primary concern, then a larger vehicle would be optimal. These vehicles are known for the transmissions to go bad. I had mine replaced already, and knowing people in the automotive business, this is not uncommon. Other than that repair, there aren't many problems that I have had with it. All of the features it has are nice, but it doesn't have too much electronic stuff that isn't needed. This means, in my eyes, that there is less stuff that can break. It has a roof rack, which I frequently use to carry my bicycles on. It ha... (more)
Story
This vehicle went up a very large hill near my house, in the snow, when I was going to work. I passed several vehicles stuck in the snow at the bottom of the hill, which were so bad in the snow that they couldn't even turn around to go back the other way.
Pros
Drivability in the snow Cargo space Has reverse sensors Overall feel and quality is nice
Cons
Transmission quality is junk Could use more space Flat tire jack difficult to use Fuel mileage is average for an SUV

2005 Mercury Mariner - Very satisfied

Dee
Jacksonville Beach, Florida
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
2.0
When I bought this car I was looking for something that was easy to get in and out of. I also needed a vehicle that could accommodate a trailer hitch so I could carry a mobility scooter. I wanted seats that were not material as I needed a covering that allowed easy sliding and turning to get in and out. I wanted an SUV for easy entry to the back but I wanted a smaller SUV, not one the size of a Suburban.
Story
I said to my grand-daughter "See how easy it is to get in." She said yes its a gramma mobile.
Pros
Of all the great things about this car, I like the way it feels like a car not a big truck like SUV. Yet it has the advantages of an SUV like easy access to the back from outside. It has a feature that lets you open only the window to get something out. In the five years I have owned it, I only had to have it in the shop two times for repairs that were not normal maintenance items.
Cons
One of the things that I liked about it turned out to be a negative for repairs. When my alternator had to be replaced, the shop had to enter from below and remove the wheel and steering mechanism to get to it. Stacking the engine components allows for a smaller car but it makes getting to parts very hard.

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