2004 Mercury Mountaineer
105,697 Miles
$4,995

Pasco, WA
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2003 Mercury Mountaineer
95,395 Miles
$5,998

Palatine, IL
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2007 Mercury Mountaineer
118,730 Miles
$7,995

Dothan, AL
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2006 Mercury Mountaineer
147,613 Miles
$4,500

Greenville, SC
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2008 Mercury Mountaineer
90,002 Miles
$7,888

Honolulu, HI
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2005 Mercury Mountaineer
128,430 Miles
$4,113

Burley, ID
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2009 Mercury Mountaineer
89,816 Miles
$11,998

Lakewood, NJ
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2000 Mercury Mountaineer
$2,500

Greenville, SC
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2005 Mercury Mountaineer
62,317 Miles
$11,488

Cody, WY
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2000 Mercury Mountaineer
131,521 Miles
$3,995

San Jose, CA
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2006 Mercury Mountaineer
62,217 Miles
$8,995

Amityville, NY
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2004 Mercury Mountaineer
84,439 Miles
$7,000

Elizabeth City, NC
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2007 Mercury Mountaineer
135,450 Miles
$8,990

Laramie, WY
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2003 Mercury Mountaineer
86,176 Miles
$7,395

Blue Island, IL
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2007 Mercury Mountaineer
102,444 Miles
$8,995

Cornelia, GA
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2006 Mercury Mountaineer
93,812 Miles
$9,517

Waukesha, WI
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2009 Mercury Mountaineer
80,899 Miles
$10,900

Wexford, PA
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2008 Mercury Mountaineer
144,991 Miles
$9,700

Harriman, TN
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2008 Mercury Mountaineer
159,000 Miles
$8,950

Sioux Center, IA
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2006 Mercury Mountaineer
168,691 Miles
$4,994

Archbold, OH
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Mercury Mountaineer Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.2
41 Reviews
Overall
4.2
Value
4.2
Performance
4.2
Style
4.3
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
2.7
Reliability
3.6

Mercury Mountaineer Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2004 Mercury Mountaineer - Everything I could need!

Danielle
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
2.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Reliability
3.0
This vehicle is large enough to carry me, my daughter, and my service dog along with anyone else who wants to come along. The only thing I wish was that it got better gas mileage. Those trips to Disney are comfortable, but expensive. I have over 100,000 miles on the car and the most money I have spent on it was $300 for a new alternator. Not bad, I believe.
Story
I like this car a lot. My autistic daughter rides horses at a farm. I wait for her to get through with her lesson listening to music and reading while in my car. Sometimes I even nap during her lessons. No problems what so ever. It provides a good time for me to wind down from the day.
Pros
The front seats are heated. I am always cold and that helps so much. You can change the radio stations from the steering wheel. There really is no reason to take your hands off the wheel. Cruise Control is also located there. I have enough space in the car to hold 8 people or dogs. (Assuming the dogs stay on the seat) There is a third back row which is not used very much, but is nice to know it is back there. There is a 6 cd changer in the radio. That is nice because we can store not only music for my daughter, but the music I like as well. I like that it tells you exactly what is wrong on... (more)
Cons
The top negative thing is the cost to put gas in the car. It takes about 20 gallons to fill it up. It only goes about 17 mpg. If you use ac and drive very fast that can easily go down to 15. At least you can put regular unleaded in and don't have to buy the expensive stuff. Another problem I have with the car is the sensors in the tires are very sensitive. Every winter I get notification that my tires have lost air, when in fact, they haven't lost air at all. The air has just gotten smaller because of the cold. The sensors pick that up all the time. I would be putting air in my tires daily... (more)

1997 Mercury Mountaineer - Reliable, easy to drive

JCC
West Branch, Iowa
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
For an SUV I've had for almost 18 years with only 80,000 miles on the clock, this Mercury Mountaineer has held up incredibly well. The interior of the car was state-of-the-art in the late 1990s and still holds up well to this day. The 6 CD changer is great for the long car trips I go on with my family. The driver's seat is incredibly comfortable, and the car handles well both in town and out on the open road. For an older SUV, the car gets decent gas mileage, sometimes topping 25 MPG in nicer weather on the highway. This can be attributed to keeping up on the car's maintenance. The V8 engine has a lot of kick and accelerates well when needed. This car has had very few problems for a vehicle of its age and has only needed new batteries twice and new tires once. In addition, this SUV can... (more)
Story
One of my best memories in this vehicle is traveling to conventions in a different parts of the country and not minding the drive because the car is so comfortable, not to mention easy to load and unload when I get to my destination and home.
Pros
My favorite things about the Mercury Mountaineer are the 6 CD changer in the center console, the ample storage areas throughout the vehicle, and the ability to move large items in the back of the vehicle with the seats folded down (which has come in handy more times than you'd think.)
Cons
The only cons of the vehicle are due to its age. It does not have the latest connectivity to devices, as the devices were not around when the car was designed in the mid 1990s.

2005 Mercury Mountaineer - Great Mommy Car

CP
Park Forest, Illinois
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
4.0
My husband and I were nervous because we had to get a mommy car after the birth of our third child. This is a great truck that gives us everything we need plus a few added bonuses that we weren't expecting.
Story
On the 4th of July, we bought some balloons and held them up through the sun roof. We drove around and allowed the balloons to fly behind us. They said, Happy 4th of July. People started to honk their horns in response. Some of the balloons we allowed our children to add a little note inside them. When the fireworks started, we let the kids release them through the sun roof.
Pros
The three rows are a must. I have three sons, one in a car seat. I can have them spread out and when we take long drives, I never hear, "Mommy, he's touching my leg". When I'm out grocery shopping, I can flip the back row up and store everything I need, including the groceries and the stroller for the baby. The top rack enables us to store our luggage on top when we go on vacation, which makes it easy to fit more people inside the actual vehicle. One of the best parts of the truck is the backing up sensor that helps me to NOT hit anything when I'm dealing with the children and trying to ba... (more)
Cons
Some of the cons have nothing to do with the actual truck. My cons are due to the fact that my truck was used and some of the wear and tear of the vehicle are now our responsibility. For instance the sensor that tells you when the door is open is broken.

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