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The 2010 Mercury Mariner places an emphasis on increased safety this year, offering an available blind spot mirror for improved blind spot visibility, MyKey programmable key, a rear view monitor and SYNC 911 assist with traffic updates, direction and information assist. Also new is Active Park Assist, which uses sonar guidance and the vehicle's electric power steering to assist with parallel parking maneuvers.
The 2008 Mercury Mariner receives an all-new look including new front and rear fascias, headlamps, taillamps and Mercury's signature waterfall grille. On the inside, the Mariner has new seats, center console, door trim panels and Ice Blue lighting for the instrument panel.
Mercury's Mariner Hybrid is a mechanical clone of the Ford Escape Hybrid. What separates these Ford Motor Company cousins are the Mariner's upscale interior trappings and handsome new styling. Where the Escape looks rugged and a bit boyish, the Mariner is dressed to the nines, wearing Mercury's new styling esthetic of bold vertical lines, polished chrome and brushed aluminum. Under the Mariner's skin resides a hybrid gasoline engine and electric motor, along with a large battery pack cleverly placed below the floor so as not to take up cargo or passenger space. As the Mariner Hybrid offers the same roomy interior as its gasoline counterpart, the only penalty for going green is the extra green you'll have to shell outnearly $8,000 over the base four-cylinder Mariner.