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Less sporty than the Escape, it maneuvers nicely and rides reasonably smoothly most of the time. Harsher pavement can roughen the ride, but control is seldom affected.
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9.3 sec0 to 60 Acceleration
4.0Performance and Handling see details
3.9Comfort and Convenience see details
2.7Safety Features see details
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1.5Off Road Capability see details
|The Mercury Mariner Hybrid is available in 2 trims:|
| 2010 MercuryMariner Hybrid Base 4dr Front-wheel Drive|
2010 MercuryMariner Hybrid Base 4dr 4x4
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