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2006 Mercury Mariner Consumer Discussions

2006 Mercury Mariner
I have a 2006 Mariner that is good but I have had a number of basic build quality issues....

I have a 2006 Mariner and the transmission just went out. Never had any clues that is was going out. It just lost power an hour after changing the right front wheel tone ring. Another of the so many i...

Yes, there will be a Hybrid Mariner, but that won't debut till late next year, possible 2006. The issue lies on the battery pack manufacturer (Sanyo), and they are only able to produce 25K units yearl...

Just leased a 2006 Mariner yesterday. Feel like I researched it pretty good, test drove it, liked it and then when it came time to negotiate the sales people had apparently never heard of the $279/mnt...

Interesting thread, found it when searching for Mariner Running Boards (which are an option BTW)....

Mercury vehicles typically have been based on Ford-brand cars and trucks. The Mercury Mariner small SUV is a version of the Ford Escape, while the Milan sedan is a version of the Ford Fusion and the S...

""The biggest thing that you have overlooked is that. Ford has already announced that the Fusion is going to have AWD version with a 3.5 V6 with about 250-280 HP. I'm guessing this AWD versi...

I have a 2006 Mariner I bought new. I drive in the city (D.C.) everyday and since it is generally rush hour - I drive it hard with lots of starts and stops for traffic (still only a 30 minute commute...
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