Mercury Dimensions

Click on a car to view its dimensions
The 2009 Mercury Sable is a full-size sedan available with either front-wheel drive or AWD. The two versions are base and Premier.

The 2010 Mercury Mountaineer is a midsize SUV available in base and Premier versions. Rear-wheel drive is traditional on both trims, with all-wheel drive auxillary.

The seven-passenger 2007 Mercury Monterey minivan comes in one size and one trim level: Luxury.

The 2011 Mercury Milan provides a mix of style, convenience and drivability that make it surprisingly competitive in the crowded midsize sedan segment. Mercury Milan Sedan offers the following pros: Spacious passenger cab, nimble handling and convenient ride, all-wheel-drive feature, respectable fuel efficiency with four-cylinder motor.

Though the 2011 Mercury Mariner has some desirable attributes, particularly in the technology arena, there are still better choices overall. Mercury Mariner SUV offers the following pros: Cool roster of innovative goodies; adequate performance and fuel efficiency; impressive crash test scores.

Although nimble for its size, the Mercury Marauder lacks the kind of tire-melting performance necessary to qualify it as the rebirth of the American muscle vehicle. Mercury Marauder Sedan offers the following pros: Handling that belies its size, the ride and convenience of a Town Vehicle, strong straightline performance once motor speed builds, high security ratings.

A sporty coupe that isn't particularly sporty and isn't really a coupe. Mercury Cougar Hatchback offers the following pros: Original look-and-feel, well-tuned suspension, big trunk space. Mercury Cougar Hatchback drawbacks are: Acceleration from four-cylinder model can't match racy looks, heavy steering, compromised outward visibility.

The 2007 Mercury Montego full-size sedan is available in two versions -- base Luxury and high-line Premier.