2003 Mercury Mountaineer
165,851 Miles
$4,995

Grinnell, IA
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2003 Mercury Mountaineer
153,844 Miles
$4,995

Omaha, NE
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2003 Mercury Mountaineer
170,180 Miles
$3,300

Fort Pierce, FL
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2003 Mercury Mountaineer
142,000 Miles
$4,990

Howell, MI
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2003 Mercury Mountaineer
152,888 Miles
$6,999

Howell, MI
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2003 Mercury Mountaineer
212,799 Miles
$1,995

Lynnwood, WA
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2003 Mercury Mountaineer
123,001 Miles
$4,500

Statesboro, GA
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2003 Mercury Mountaineer
148,485 Miles
$3,988

Conover, NC
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2003 Mercury Mountaineer
182,775 Miles
$3,277

Langhorne, PA
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2003 Mercury Mountaineer
184,363 Miles
$4,488

Derby, KS
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2003 Mercury Mountaineer
151,482 Miles
$1,988

Tampa, FL
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2003 Mercury Mountaineer
$2,950

Rock Hill, SC
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2003 Mercury Mountaineer
184,000 Miles
$4,600

Ukiah, CA
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2003 Mercury Mountaineer
249,143 Miles
$2,750

Springdale, AR
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2003 Mercury Mountaineer
189,461 Miles
$1,800

New Haven, IN
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2003 Mercury Mountaineer
180,826 Miles
$3,000

Cincinnati, OH
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2003 Mercury Mountaineer
113,000 Miles
$3,000

Austin, TX
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2003 Mercury Mountaineer
105,515 Miles
$4,995

Long Island, NY
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2003 Mercury Mountaineer
131,000 Miles
$5,995

Vienna, IL
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2003 Mercury Mountaineer Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.0
2 Reviews
Overall
4.0
Value
4.5
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0

2003 Mercury Mountaineer Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2003 Mercury Mountaineer - Big cars are more fun

Laurie
Granite City, Illinois
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
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'.

2003 Mercury Mountaineer - Made for the mountains

Brenda
Pueblo, Colorado
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
5.0
I really like this SUV. At first I thought it was a bit too big, but the price was right and the selection was low. After owning it for a year now, I really have fallen in love with it!
Story
My most memorable moment was turning it into a coocoo clock. Well, at least everyone said I was crazy, and it sure had a pendulum. Driving up in the national forest, a Jeep was half off a small cliff. I started to winch him out when the whole road gave from under us. Thankfully, I was tied to a tree further up the bank. Both of us were hanging after that. I winched us both out of it and never ... (more)
Pros
It's so spacious. Space would be it's biggest positive aspect. It doesn't have the third row, but I would of barely ever used that anyway. What it does have is a nice cargo area for the dogs, or the groceries, or the dogs going through the groceries. The backseat folds down rather easily and can hold about as much as a pick up truck bed. I'm not kidding. I've slid a half dozen 10-foot 4x4s in there, along with twelve 50-pound bags of concrete... and managed to close the door! passenger was a bit smushed, but the dog enjoyed the obstacle course inside the car.
Cons
Gas mileage. About 20 on the highway isn't bad, but to today's standards, that is so low. Easily drop 60 bucks into a tank full, which doesn't seem to last that long. Fill up the car full of gas, and I swear you can watch that needle dwindle just stopped at a red light!

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