2000 Mercury Mountaineer User Reviews

2000 Mercury Mountaineer Review Ratings

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  • Performance:4 out of 5 stars4 out of 5 stars4 out of 5 stars4 out of 5 stars4 out of 5 stars 4 / 5
  • Appearance:4 out of 5 stars4 out of 5 stars4 out of 5 stars4 out of 5 stars4 out of 5 stars 4 / 5
  • Build Quality:4 out of 5 stars4 out of 5 stars4 out of 5 stars4 out of 5 stars4 out of 5 stars 4 / 5
  • Overall: 3.3 out of 5 stars3.3 out of 5 stars3.3 out of 5 stars3.3 out of 5 stars3.3 out of 5 stars 3.3 / 5

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Matt writes:
2000 Mercury Mountaineer 4 Dr STD AWD SUV Review
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Good amount of power, AWD is awesome in the winter. Plenty of room for friends and cargo.

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2000 Mercury Mountaineer — Overall I have been very happy with the mountaineer. Has served its purpose very well. Its offroad capability is lacking, however it was never meant to be an offroad machine. It does very well in the snow with the AWD and has been very reliable with not having any major things to fix. The only negative I really have is the gas mileage.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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can pull multiple vehicles at one time, comfortable interior

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everything breaks on it! once you finish fixing one thing something else breaks!

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Never Ever Buying One Ever Again! — its a fun car decent gas mileage for a v8, braking average, handling like a tractor trailer, easy to control and maneuver. rusts ridiculously easy, working on it really sucks. and for the most part never ever buy one, ever!

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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Low Cost of Ownership

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In-Town Mileage is 12-15 mpg.  Highway Mileage isn't too bad at 20-22 mpg

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2000 Mercury Mountaineer Awd — This truck has been a blessing to own. We now have put in excess of 175,000 without making an excessive amount of repairs. With continued regular maintenance, this girl will soon be turning 300,000 miles for our family. I like the look of this model. The Lady in Black is fun to take a walk with.

Primary Use: Family transportation

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Reviews From Other Years

1997 Mercury Mountaineer Reviews

Not Too Bad By Char792

I just wish that it was in better condition than when I had gotten it. It was great as a first car, but nothing more really. Not a fault of the car itself, but of the previous owner of the thing. Read More

My Best Vehicle Yet By Daniel

it;s the best sport utility vehicle i've ever had, For the year and the mileage she's still running stronger than ever and besides normal wear and tear and maintenance, i barely put any money into her... Read More

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1998 Mercury Mountaineer Reviews

Very Happy By Angie1930

Owned since 2004, it has always been the car of choice when the terrain or snow was a challenge the v8 engine can haul most anything you put behind it with its factory installed tow package :) Good C... Read More

A Very Good Vehicle! By AbandonedGalaxie

I've always liked Eord Motor Company's SUVs anyway and I'm partial to Mercurys just because of their 'mystigue' (sorry about the pun) so when I saw the one I own now on a used car lot (where I'd done ... Read More

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1999 Mercury Mountaineer Reviews

Would Not Buy Another. By tennisshoes

I really liked the interior room and the lay out, and the power that the 5.0 produced but the mileage suffered. Needed a better transfer case design, front differential needs to be a little bit beefe... Read More

I Have Owned Many Suvs, This Was My Favorite, Hands Down! By rosewolf8440

Overall, I enjoy the majority of aspects of this vehicle. Cargo capacity and plenty of room, no blind spots, low-maintenance, and enjoyable drive. Again, the only negative is moderately low gas mileag... Read More

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2001 Mercury Mountaineer Reviews

Its A Good Family Car But Not So Great To Travel (gas Mileage) By Rachel

Its a good suv but i have had to do ALOT of work to it in the past few months! But it is 10 yrs old so really can't complain to much! Being a V8 its not bad on gas either! Nice family car Read More

Good All Around Vehicle. By Tobby

Nice SUV. Very comparable to a Ford Explorer. Came fully loaded. Performance is great with a nice V8 engine. Pros: Good Engine, Nice interior. Cons: Bad Gas Mileage, Drivetrain problems. (Watch that... Read More

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2002 Mercury Mountaineer Reviews

Very Good All Around Car By seandrisc

I like the capability of having a third row ,excellent ride height ,the abitity to get in snow and not have to activate 4wheel drive and it is all automatic ,I like the automatic climate control and 4... Read More

Great Car By alexduvot

this is a great SUV, comfortable ride. the 3 row seating is great for children. the ac is cold and the cabin keeps noise out. the color is excellent and the look and feel definitely stands out. ride ... Read More

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