2003 Mercury Mountaineer

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2003 Mercury Mountaineer

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4 trims

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Consumer reviews

Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.2
  • Interior design 4.2
  • Performance 4.2
  • Value for the money 3.6
  • Exterior styling 4.0
  • Reliability 3.7

Most recent consumer reviews


Most reliable car ever owned

Great design, driving and comfort inside. Perfect for personal use or families. AWD feature a must and excellent driving in winter weather conditions. Would recommend for anyone looking for a quality, reasonable priced SUV.


The Honda CRX

It had several flaws wiring being one cruise been the other and the durability of this app front seat As well as the stereo Primarily this CD playerAs well as the information center display is too small


"Awesome Engine"

Iv'e owned a few Ford Bronco's and Explorer's, good condition Bronco's are hard to find so I started looking for a V8 explorer but couldn't find one in good condition for my price range($5,000) and then I came across my 03 Mercury Mountaineer premier with 96,000 miles and the proven 4.6 V8 engine and it was within my price range. Awesome truck but don't really like all wheel drive, would prefer to lock the hubs and use four wheel but it is what it is. Owned it for a year now and have put 10,000 miles on it, last week the Overdrive started not working and tranny started to slip then one time it just went into neutral on it''s own, OH NO RIGHT!!! Well after bringing it to my trusted mechanic he tells me I need a new torch converter and transmission, I'm like f**ked cause I'm not rich enough to just throw $5000 out the window so now I have to bend over and take it like a man. At least I get a three year or 30,000 mile warranty.

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