Used 2009 Mercury Mariner Hybrid for Sale

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    2008 Mercury Mariner Hybrid Base

    147,165 miles
    1 Accident

    Beach Blvd Automotive - Jacksonville / Florida

    Located 647 miles away from Ashburn, VA

    NAV HYBRID LEATHER SUNROOF 4CYL AT A/C BUY HERE PAY HERE FINANCING AVAILABLE ON OVER 250 VEHICLES! KING OF DEALERS! MILITARY DISCOUNT! HUGE SAVINGS!! ...

    AutoCheck Vehicle History Summary

    Accident Free Vehicle: No

    Accident History: 1 Reported Accident

    Number of Previous Owners: 1 Reported Owner

    Personal Use Only: Yes

    Usage Type: Personal Use Only

    History Provider: AutoCheck

    Title Details: Clean Title

    Salvage Vehicle: No

    Frame Damage: No

    Theft History: No

    Lemon Status: No

    Free History Report: Yes

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2008 Mercury Mariner Hybrid with Power Driver Seat, Tire Pressure Warning, Multi-Zone Climate Control, Auto Climate Control, Trip Computer.
    Engine: 4-cylinders
    Transmission: Automatic
    Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
    32 Combined MPG (34 City/30 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    VIN: 4M2CU29H38KJ50040
    Stock: VIN0040
    Certified Pre-Owned: No

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Hybrid battery surprise
Chas T,12/14/2017
4dr SUV (2.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)
Do not buy this car, unless it's under Warranty. Also, never, NEVER STORE THIS CAR. Bought in '09 new from dealer; had all maintenance done by local Ford Dealer (Merc out of business) 80k miles. In 2016 followed book instructions stored for 6 months came back NO start towed to FD "lost programing" cost $250; ok, not so bad. In 2017, again gone for 6 months, checked with FD what to do. They told me to buy a trickle charger with shut off @ full; this will prevent "lost programing". Got back NO start; again towed to dealer; after a weeks worth of diagnostics; this time the FHV battery wont start the car. Now get this, they don't have a 300+ volt charger and have to RENT IT from Ford: Est $1,650! and if it won't hold a charge $14,000 for a new battery. Checked with Ford (Detroit) told you CAN'T STORE this car; it has to be driven to continually recharge the FHV (sure enough on page 42 of the owners manual there's three comments that address this, in fact the Ford "Electric Car" guy said they tell people if they have leave for longer than 30 days you should have a "friend" drive it around once a week for 20 or 30 minutes) So off to another dealer for a "second opinion" had it towed to another FD quoted $240 to charge it up. Then they called said they had to rent the charger from Ford for $650 & they'll need 2 tech hours; well OK this took 3 weeks for the charger to arrive; whoops, the battery can't be charged enough to start the car & they think the transmission may need to be replaced: Cost new HV Battery cost $5k & if needed a new transmission $10K obviously more than the value of the car and OH the 8 year 100k warranty expired 6 months ago. So, I have a beautiful '09 Mercury Mariner otherwise in top condition, now a very large paperweight. If only I would have had one of my kids or neighbor just drive the car once a week for 20 minutes. Conclusion: the Ford Hybrids are poorly designed & costly to repair.
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