The horsepower of the Toyota Sequoia I is by 38 hp grater in comparison to the Mercury Mountaineer II. As the difference is small it should not affect the vehicles performance in a noticeable way.
The width of the car influences directly on passanger's inner room as well as stability of driving. The Toyota Sequoia I is 192 millimeters wider than the Mercury. It is often clearly perceptible by driver and passenger in front, who have more space for their elbows.
The Mercury loses with the Toyota Sequoia I in the field of fuel tank capacity. The Toyota Sequoia I is able to store by 18 % more fuel in relation to the Mercury Mountaineer II.
The wheelbase of a car is the distance between its front and rear wheels. The wheelbase notably affects the driving because of more desirable vehicle's weight distribution. Toyota has 198 millimeters longer wheelbase distance in comparison to Mercury Mountaineer II. Wheelbase dimensions are important to the stability and steering. Thus, the mass of Toyota Sequoia I should be better distributed and driving should be easier and safer.
The Toyota Sequoia I is 359 millimeters longer in comparison to the Mercury Mountaineer II 4.0 205HP. Long vehicles have roomy cabin and also provide bigger trunk. While the Toyota Sequoia I occurs to be better choice for families or those who love the idea of convenient driving, the Mercury Mountaineer II 4.0 205HP may be more appropriate to singles because it will not make problems with parking and will be more maneuverable.
If you are a tall driver or you carry in the trunk thinks of large size, the Toyota, which is by 8 percent higher than the Mercury Mountaineer II 4.0 205HP, would be better option for you. However, compared cars do not differ much when it comes to its height and it should not be much noticeable.