2007 Mercury Mountaineer Overview

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Trims

AWD Luxury 4.0L
Avg. Price: $10,339
AWD Premier 4.0L
Avg. Price: $11,099
AWD Premier 4.6L
Avg. Price: $11,425
Luxury 4.0L
Avg. Price: $10,338
Premier 4.0L
Avg. Price: $10,185
Premier 4.6L
Avg. Price: $10,902

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45 stars

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 — We now have 135,000 miles on the car. I have two complaints: 1. Had to get a new radiator after 45,000 miles - it was out of warranty. 2. Sometimes the transmission shifts roughly into reverse. This h... Read More

2007 Mercury Mountaineer Overview

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2007 Mercury Mountaineer

The 2007 Mountaineer provides a nice middle ground between the Ford Explorer and the Lincoln Navigator. It's a fine option for the family who enjoys the finer things but may not have the budget or desire for the rather blingy Lincoln Navigator.
2006 marked the start of this current generation, so there aren't many immediately noticeable changes this year. Most changes pertain to the lists of standard and available equipment. For instance, the Safety Canopy side-curtain airbags are now standard, and a heated windshield and larger-screen Rear-Seat DVD Entertainment System are now available.
Other standard features are dual-zone auto climate control, power heated side mirrors, a vehicle message center, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel with auxiliary controls for cruise, climate, and audio.
Available options packages include the Quad Seats Package (adds head restraints and center console to second row), the upgraded (Class III/IV) Trailer Tow Package, and the self-explanatory Navigation and Moonroof Package (not available base model).
Crash-test results are excellent, with the NHTSA awarding the Mountaineer a full 5 stars in all but the Rollover Test, in which it scored a mediocre 3. In the IIHS Frontal Offset Crash Test, the vehicle received highest-level rankings across the board.  
The '07 Mountaineer is available in a base V6 trim, a Premier V6 trim, and a Premier V8 trim, each with or without All-Wheel Drive. There are three new exterior colors for this year, bringing the total to eight, as well as four leather choices and two cloth choices.

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Mercury Mountaineer Questions

wvwolf76
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My Brakes Wont Come Back Afrer Replaced

I replaced the rotors pads an calioers on my 07 mountaineer premier bled the brakes changed the resivour cap an rebled them but still no peddle

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canadiens33
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The Fan On My 2007 Mountaineer Just Stopped Working. Where Do I Look First,...

The fan was working fine at night. The next morning it wasn't working at all. I can't find the fuse box that is supposed to be under the dash and am looking for the motor for the fan. Where is it??

12 views with 1 answer (last answer about a month ago)
1alvis
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Where Is The Fresh Air Intake Located Under The Hood? Mice Keep Getting Int...

184 views with 1 answer (last answer about a year ago)