2003 Mercury Mountaineer
111,850 Miles
$6,990

Eugene, OR
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2000 Mercury Mountaineer
174,778 Miles
$1,000

Tucson, AZ
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2008 Mercury Mountaineer
90,002 Miles
$9,144

Honolulu, HI
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2008 Mercury Mountaineer
100,059 Miles
$10,987

Seaford, DE
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2010 Mercury Mountaineer
122,116 Miles
$9,980

Columbia, MO
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2003 Mercury Mountaineer
83,386 Miles
$6,491

York, PA
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2003 Mercury Mountaineer
$4,995

Amarillo, TX
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2010 Mercury Mountaineer
65,092 Miles
$16,998

Urbandale, IA
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2010 Mercury Mountaineer
76,263 Miles
$13,599

Tucson, AZ
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2002 Mercury Mountaineer
149,738 Miles
$4,995

Heath, OH
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2005 Mercury Mountaineer
192,813 Miles
$3,998

Tacoma, WA
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2007 Mercury Mountaineer
199,123 Miles
$5,995

Milton, FL
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2008 Mercury Mountaineer
60,161 Miles
$10,682

Oakfield, NY
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2005 Mercury Mountaineer
146,206 Miles
$6,625

Mcalester, OK
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2010 Mercury Mountaineer
57,571 Miles
$16,995

Johnstown, PA
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2008 Mercury Mountaineer
159,000 Miles
$8,950

Sioux Center, IA
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2008 Mercury Mountaineer
71,036 Miles
$12,995

Crete, IL
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2000 Mercury Mountaineer
167,691 Miles
$4,288

New Albany, IN
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2001 Mercury Mountaineer
130,968 Miles
$4,995

Niobrara, NE
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2009 Mercury Mountaineer
90,822 Miles
$13,495

Florence, KY
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Mercury Mountaineer Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.2
Value
4.2
Performance
4.2
Style
4.3
Comfort
4.6
Fuel Economy
2.6
Maintenance
3.6

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Mercury Mountaineer Owner Ratings & Reviews

2003 Mercury Mountaineer - Big cars are more fun

Granite City, Illinois
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
I went from a Dodge Stratus to a Mercury Mountaineer. It was like going from a skateboard to a semi. It took time to get used to the size difference. I like the height of the passenger compartment: I can see further down the road, but I don't need a step stool to enter the vehicle. I have five dogs, all rescues, and the Merc' is the first vehicle I've ever owned that is large enough to accommodate them all - and with plenty of room left over. The gas tank holds 20 gallons, meaning I only need to fill up every two weeks at most. It also means a trip to visit Grandma won't cost a small fortune.
Story
The best was the snapping turtle (as described above). I rescue reptiles, and picked up a large female snapper from a highway. She started off in the floor, but as it was apparently her first time in a car, she climbed up on the rear seat. She then proceeded to make an unholy mess. After dropping her at the local lake, I went home for damage control. *Everything* came out of the seats, wi... (more)
Pros
I love so many of the features: digital thermometer and odometer near the gas gauge, CD and cassette players, and so many cubby holes for storage. As large at it is, the Merc handles like a much smaller vehicle. For a picnic, I'll open the rear door, and sit behind the rear seat. The door forms a perfect shade (or umbrella if it's raining). I have used this feature when selling silver jewelry as well. I can set up my shop in the back of the Merc', drive to the venue, pop the back door, and I'm open for business. I did discover that the upholstery cleans well. I rescue reptiles, an... (more)
Cons
Because of the height of the vehicle, it is impossible to wash the roof without a stepladder. Due to technological changes (computer chips and such), doing your own tune ups is not an option. It took some time before I found where to fill the transmission fluid. This car goes to a mechanic for tune ups, oil changes, and fluid top offs. Changing lights can be challenging. They are difficult to access in most areas, specifically the tail lights. To be honest, I have very few complaints about the Merc'.

2005 Mercury Mountaineer - Great for Farm and Family

47525, Indiana
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
3.0
My Mercury Mountaineer is an overall great vehicle. I bought it because I wanted a vehicle with extra room for people and cargo (I was driving a Ford Mustang previously). The interior is nice - it has leather seats, plush carpeting, and plastic paneling and accessories. I am fond of the setup and find everything easily accessible. One problem I have had is with deterioration of some of the buttons on the dash, as well as brittleness of the plastic in moving parts, such as the sun visor. The factory sound system is brilliant! My Mountaineer also has third row seating, which is easily stored, and the second row folds down as well. This, in addition to the towing package and cargo rack that was included, is great for hauling animals, feed, and equipment for our farm. When we're not using ... (more)
Story
Once, my husband and I packed a lunch and drove up to the top of a ridge and had a picnic in the rear hatch as we overlooked the Hoosier National Forest below.
Pros
My favorite thing about my Mountaineer is that it has plenty of room to carry whatever I need, from horse feed to my infant daughter!
Cons
Cons are the high MPG and some brittle plastic on the dashboard.

2000 Mercury Mountaineer - Best Car for the Money

Olive Branch, Mississippi
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
2.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
3.0
This car has great quality. I've owned it for 13 years and it has 220,000 miles. The gas mileage is alright (not as good as the new cars, but since it's paid off, it's just fine). I put a trailer hitch on it and have pulled many trailers with no problems. The storage space in the back is tremendous. It will hold a lot more than it looks. And when the back seats are laid down, I can fit a ton of stuff in there. My family has moved many times and this vehicle has been critical to every move. I can just keep fitting more and more stuff in the car. The engine is easy to work on. All cars will have problems eventually. And this engine is very easy to navigate around and perform repairs. The interior space is awesome. My family fits comfortably inside, even for road trips. As a... (more)
Story
I remember spending time in this vehicle with my wife before we had kids. The road trips were the best part. We would go to Orlando or Branson or Gatlinburg. We spent many hours traveling together in this vehicle.
Pros
It has a huge amount of interior space. It's easy to work on. Radio has good sound and reception. It has temperature and direction gauge. The radio has RDS.
Cons
The radio display doesn't work. The A/C stopped working. The door locks are weak and sometimes don't work. The gas mileage isn't as good as the new cars.