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Used Mercury Mountaineer in Dulles, VA

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2010 Mercury
Mountaineer

$14,599* 77K miles
CarMax Raleigh
$99 Transfer to your store - NC to VA
$99 Transfer to your store - NC to VA
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Location: CarMax Raleigh in Raleigh, North Carolina 27612
Description: Used 2010 Mercury Mountaineer Premier for sale - $14,599, 77,258 miles with Pwr Folding Third Row, Leather Seats, Satellite Radio Ready, Parking Sensors, 3rd Rear Seat, DVD Video System
Transmission: Automatic Color:Silver Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (4.333 reviews) Rides very well and has many nice features that newer cars have cut. I get about 21 MPG on mix of city and some rural driving, not too bad. The 4L engine is adequate, but noticeable difference to my previous big engine Mountaineer. Overall I am happy with it.

Reviews for Mercury Mountaineer

Overall Rating

4.3 out of 5(92 reviews)

Best bang for your buck!!!

I was reluctant about buying this vehicle due to it's size and fuel consumption. Now....best choice I could have made. As far as the gas milage, it gets an average of 16.7 mpg normal driving and I got up to 21 mpg on the open road. When selecting an SUV, gas milage is normally not the deciding factor but if it is, 16-21 is not to shabby. I feel safe with teh wife driving in the rain or snow since it is all wheel drive, no need to lock it in and out of 4-wheel drive like the other SUV's. The space this thing has is great and the third row seating is a blessing when you have kids. It definatly has more room inside then any other SUV I have been in that was in it's class and has more interior style as well. It also has additional power outlests in the back for the kids and there games/DVD players. BUT, the best thing is...The wife loves it...BONUS points for Dad!!!

- Keeping Momma Happy, 2003 Mercury Mountaineer

Mountaineer

Best SUV we have owned. I had a mini-van and two blazers but this beats them all for comfort, handling, and appearance. We have owned over 20 vehicles and the Mountaineer rates with the luxury cars we have owned and liked. It is a big step to enter the third row. I recommend the last row for the younger - lighter passengers. We were surprised it actually fits better in hour garage than our passenger car. I have not towed anything as yet so I can not speak to that feature. The only way we could improve on it, I think is if it were hybrid.

- District Mgr., 2005 Mercury Mountaineer

2001 Mercury Mtneer

This is a very satisfying SUV except for the typical-of-the-class issue of less-than-great gas mileage (15-19, city-Hwy). I previously had a 1999 Eddie Bauer Explorer that also had V8 with fulltime AWD. I love the power and FTAWD but the suspension on this Mountaneer is so much more comfortable than that of the explorer. Yeah, it still feels like a truck but it's comfortable enough that I'm considering selling my car and driving it all the time. BTW, I purposely bought a model with cloth interior because I'm not crazy about leather and frankly, at least in cloth the seats on this model are more comfortable than those in the newer body style 2002-06.

- Kevonfire, 2001 Mercury Mountaineer

This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.