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Green Car of the Year: Mercury Mariner Hybrid


The Mercury Mariner Hybrid -- the first full-hybrid premium compact SUV -- is now the first vehicle to be honored by Green Car Journal as "Green Car of the Year."

Mercury Mariner Hybrid received the "2006 Green Car of the Year" award this afternoon at the 2006 Los Angeles Auto Show.  The award winner is determined by an 11-member panel of international jurors comprised of automotive and environmental experts, including Carroll Shelby, Jean-Michel Cousteau and Mario Andretti.





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