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Mercury 2002 Mountaineer
2002 Mercury Mountaineer Base
135,595 Miles
Lewiston, ID
141
days on market
68%
more than similar listings
141
days on market
$7,990
Mercury 2002 Mountaineer
2002 Mercury Mountaineer Base
135,200 Miles
Norfolk, VA
117
days on market
5%
more than similar listings
117
days on market
$4,995
Mercury 2002 Mountaineer
2002 Mercury Mountaineer Base
130,567 Miles
Haughton, LA
34
days on market
2%
more than similar listings
34
days on market
$4,995
Mercury 2002 Mountaineer
2002 Mercury Mountaineer Base
90,311 Miles
Lynnwood, WA
39
days on market
17%
less than similar listings
39
days on market
$4,995
Mercury 2002 Mountaineer
2002 Mercury Mountaineer Base
206,630 Miles
Glendale, AZ
80
days on market
38%
more than similar listings
80
days on market
$4,495

2002 Mercury Mountaineer OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

Owner Reviews
4.0
2 Reviews
5 star
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4 star
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50%
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Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Style
5.0
Performance
4.0
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
2.5
Reliability
2.0
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Dominique
Dominique
Stanley, Iowa
3.0
Good truck as long as the tranny has been rebuilt.
I overall love my truck; however, they are known to have an issue with the transmission, causing them to go out randomly. Thankfully, I have a warranty that paid for the rebuild. Not being a small person, I love how much room I have all over. Having a larger family, it's nice having the ability to pull the third row so everyone can fit into one car. However, at the same time, I go through so much gas. About 13 miles to the gallon and I do drive a lot of highway miles. I also like how I can flip all the seats down, allowing for a large amount of storage. I was able to load my entire bathroom remodel inside in just two trips. Another nice feature is the ability the move the gas pedal. My husband is much shorter than me and often is easier to have him just adjust that instead of the seat itself. Another issue I have is with the back windows. Having young children having the ability for the windows for the windows to go all the way down to me is dangerous. But it is nice to be able to lock the windows so only the drive can roll them down. However, I feel this should only apply to the rear windows. Generally, only adults sit in the front and should be able to adjust their own window.
jl
jl
Seneca, South Carolina
5.0
Great Vehicle!
I bought this vehicle around 7 months ago, and it has been a wonderful vehicle. The only thing I have had to do to it so far is buy a new gas cap. The interior is in pretty good shape for a older car. Mercury has built a car to last with the Mountaineer. The styling of it is one of the things I like the best. It is a comfortable drive for short distances, as well as long distances. The gas mileage is pretty decent for a larger vehicle. I have driven around 14000 miles these past 7 months, with no problems. I think the only thing that will have to be done to it soon is check the antifreeze, you can sometimes smell it when the engine is running. But, who can complain if that is all that has to be done to it. I have fit a push lawn mower easily into the back compartment. I would like to see that happen in some of the smaller SUV's. For the money, I can highly recommend this car. It has a V6 engine, so it is no short in power. The acceleration is quick, and handles beautifully.