2006 Mercury Mountaineer Overview

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Trims

Convenience
Avg. Price: $9,261
Convenience AWD
11 national listings
Luxury
Avg. Price: $9,413
Luxury AWD
Avg. Price: $9,742
Luxury V8
2 national listings
Avg. Price: $9,141
Luxury V8 AWD
Avg. Price: $9,894
Premier
Avg. Price: $9,208
Premier AWD
Avg. Price: $9,762

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45 stars

Based on 3 reviews

Look At All The Power Buttons And Extras... by Rfolks
 — This was great when going to ball games for my kids but they are grown so time for something smaller. Sunroof for fresh breeze in your hair, DVD player to keep those kids entertained on those long tri... Read More
Amanda, The Mountaineer by drivingfrenzy
 — I liked everything about this car except the gas mileage. Nice looks, good family car. I have 2 kids and I have the perfect amount of room for everything: Sports, groceries, pets and kids, knee room, ... Read More
Good To Go by Jus
 — Good family car, the wife likes it! Looks good, has alot of luxuries and have 3rd row seating which we use often. Has leather uphostery, is black on black, 6 CD disc changer, Nav system, and has DVD p... Read More

2006 Mercury Mountaineer Overview

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2006 Mercury Mountaineer

The 2006 Mercury Mountaineer gets both styling and performance updates that are designed to improve handling and offer more luxurious refinement for families.  Available in either rear-wheel or automatic all-wheel drive, the mid-sized SUV comes in three trims -- Convenience, Luxury, and Premier.  The Convenience features two rows of seats, with an optional third row that is standard in the other two trims.  New for 2006 is an optional power-folding feature for the third row.  The second row split-folds 60/40 and reclines, opening up the trunk space to 82 cubic feet (84 cubic feet without the third row).

Exterior changes include a more aggressive waterfall grille and revisions to the tailgate and taillights.  Also new are retractable running boards for easy step-in/step-out action.  Added sound insulation provides a quieter ride inside an SUV.  Improvements have been made to the suspension as well, with a new rear independent suspension that drives more like a car, and a stronger chassis and larger brakes. While the base 4.0-liter V6 still delivers 210-hp with a 5-speed auto tran, the optional 4.3-liter V8 has been upgraded to 292-hp and is now coupled with a 6-speed automatic.  The revisions apparently improve fuel economy by 10%, though most drivers still wish the large SUV did better.  

Inside, the dash and gauges have been redesigned, along with new front door handles that open upward.  Unfortunately, they are now located well below the armrests and are awkward to operate.  All trims come with ABS brakes, electronic brakeforce, traction and stability control, a tire monitor, and dual front airbags.  The top-of-the-line Premier also features side curtain bags and parking sensors.  Leather upholstery, cruise control, and a CD player are standard, and the higher trims add power front seats, heated seats, and a CD changer.  Another welcome new option this year is a navigation system.  There is nothing but praise for the 2006 Mountaineer, whose roominess, comfort, smooth ride, and V8 power impress drivers.  Similar to the Explorer, but with more features, it also represents a good bang for your buck if you're looking for luxury over utilitarianism.

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Mercury Mountaineer Questions

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My Heat Won't Shut Off In My 2006 Mercury Mountaineer, Help!

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Ross Wells
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2006 Mercury Mountaineer - Idles Fine. Sputtering/losing Power While Drivi...

Over the past couple of years I would notice a stutter in the engine while driving. Progressively got worse. That stutter turned into knocking and acting like it would die. While not in drive, it...

37 views with 5 answers (last answer 3 weeks ago)
Thoms1
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Horn Not Working 06 Mountaineer

06 mountaineer 4.6L. the horn will not work either pushing the wheel or locking it with fob. I don't think its the clockspring (temp, cruise, radio work through wheel controls). removed wheel well lin...

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KingVaughn
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If The Check Engine Light Comes On,could It Be The Fuel Pump Needs Replacin...

CEL comes on sparatically & then goes off for a couple of days.

16 views with 2 answers (last answer about a month ago)
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06 Merc Mountaineer - Trans Seems To Search For The Right Gear Between 5, 6...

When travelling on level road at between 45 and 60 MPH the car vibraates for about 1-2 seconds like it is going over a rumble strip. When this happens, I have noticed the tach moves up and back down ...

19 views with 1 answer (last answer about a month ago)