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2010 Mercury Mariner - Trims

 

Specs: Select a Trim

4WD 4-Door (2) MSRP Invoice MPG City MPG Hwy
4WD 4-Door Specs $25,310 $23,622 20 26
Premier Specs $27,380 $25,505 20 26
FWD 4-Door (2) MSRP Invoice MPG City MPG Hwy
FWD 4-Door Specs $23,560 $22,030 21 28
Premier Specs $25,630 $23,913 21 28
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