The 2010 Mercury Mariner Hybrid is a brand new vehicle. This is no carryover; this is an all-new concept from Mercury that is catching a lot of attention across the United States and other countries. As hybrid technologies continue to improve, prices continue to drop. Invoice pricing for this new hybrid midsized sedan is set at $25,555. It competes directly with the 2010 Buick Lacrosse, the Hyundai Sonata, the Pontiac G6 and the Toyota Camry.
The Mariner Hybrid from Mercury loves the earth. It offers purchasers a practical and affordable alternative to more traditional middle sized sedans. Its effective and innovative hybrid technology system reduces emission levels while simultaneously increasing fuel efficiency. And of course, all of the practical features presented with all midsized sedans are included as well.
The Mercury Mariner Hybrid price of $25,555 gets you a singular trim called simply the Hybrid 4-door Front-wheel Drive Sedan. It features a 2.5L 156hp 136 lb-ft I4 engine that is backed up by a fuel-conserving electric motor and a continuously variable transmission (CVT) to deliver you a jaw-dropping 41 mpg in the cities and 36 mpg on the highways.
The Mariner Hybrid review for 2010 also presents you with a staggering list of standard safety features. Front, side and both first and second row side curtain airbags are in place. Electronic ABS and driveline traction control, safety belts that adjust in height, seatbelt pretensioners, an occupancy sensor, electronic parking assistance, remote keyless entry, a panic alarm, two stage door locks, child safety door locks in the rear, a theft-deterrent system, a system for engine disabling and a blind spot sensor system are all just some of the standard features for safety. That's impressive!
This new 2010 Mercury Mariner has a sporty, well put together look about it as well. Relatively short overhangs, nice curves and a squatted stance all combined to produce and air of convinced ability. It's definitely a good looking vehicle. And on the inside, all materials are of high quality and all controls, knobs and switches are very conveniently placed.
The 2010 Mercury Mariner Hybrid is also large enough and heavy enough to allow you to feel comfortable and confident. Its overall dimensions are 189 x 72.2 x 56.9 inches in length, width and height. The wheelbase is measured at 107.4 inches and the curb weight stresses scales at 3720 pounds. Headroom, shoulder room, hip room and legroom are measured at 39, 57, 54 and 42.3 inches respectively for front passengers. Standard seating is for five full grown adults and the fit very comfortably. Overall, this new hybrid Mariner from Mercury is well worth your further consideration.