2008 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER
4M2EU48828UJ14687 P24-054A 134,133 mi
Price: $8,995

VIN 4M2EU48828UJ14687
Mileage 134,133 mi
Engine V8, 4.6 LITER
Drive Train AWD
Stock Number P24-054A
Transmission AUTOMATIC
Trim PREMIER SPORT UTILITY 4D
Doors 4
Exterior Color CREAM
Interior Color TAN
Body Type SUV
Fuel Type GASOLINE

  • FOG LIGHTS
  • DUAL AIR BAGS
  • PREMIUM WHEELS
  • TILT WHEEL
  • MOON ROOF
  • STABILITY CONTROL
  • F&R HEAD CURTAIN AIR BAGS
  • CASSETTE
  • THIRD ROW SEAT
  • PREMIUM SOUND
  • CRUISE CONTROL
  • KEYLESS ENTRY
  • POWER DOOR LOCKS
  • POWER STEERING
  • RUNNING BOARDS
  • TRACTION CONTROL
  • AM/FM STEREO
  • TOWING PKG
  • ABS (4-WHEEL)
  • ROOF RACK
  • AIR CONDITIONING
  • PARKING SENSORS
  • CD/MP3 (SINGLE DISC)
  • POWER SEAT
  • HEATED SEATS
  • SIDE AIR BAGS
  • POWER WINDOWS
  • ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM
  • LEATHER

DRIVEN AN AVERAGE OF ONLY 8,400 MILES PER YEAR! Far below the national average!

The Mercury Mountaineer was created at a time when the Ford Explorer was the hottest thing since the planet Mercury. The Mountaineer provided a different styling take and a slightly more upscale interior than the Explorer, and its available all-wheel-drive system helped make it more appealing to people who just wanted all-weather traction rather than the pretentious off-roading ability of true four-wheel drive.

Today's 2008 Mercury Mountaineer utilizes the same philosophy, but a decade later, rising gas prices and the equally rising popularity of crossover SUVs have dimmed its light considerably. No longer is the Explorer the number-one-selling sport-utility, and the Mountaineer's fortunes haven't fared any better. Still, this big Mercury has some desirable attributes, such as good on-road manners, lots of available luxury features and a smooth, comfortable ride. The Mountaineer can also tow up to 7,220 pounds when properly equipped, double what most crossovers can handle.

In our opinion, the 2008 Mercury Mountaineer is still a solid pick among the "old regime" of truck-based, quasi-luxury SUVs like the Dodge Durango/Chrysler Aspen, Jeep Grand Cherokee, Jeep Commander, Nissan Pathfinder and Toyota 4Runner. This is especially true for family buyers mainly interested in an SUV for around-town use. But compared to top seven-passenger crossovers like the Mazda CX-9, GMC Acadia and Toyota Highlander, the Mountaineer's only significant advantages are its higher towing capacity and potentially lower discounted price. As such, we think most shoppers looking at a Mountaineer will likely be happier with a midsize or large crossover instead.

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VIN 4M2EU48828UJ14687
Mileage 134,133 mi
Engine V8, 4.6 LITER
Drive Train AWD
Stock Number P24-054A
Transmission AUTOMATIC
Trim PREMIER SPORT UTILITY 4D
Doors 4
Exterior Color CREAM
Interior Color TAN
Body Type SUV
Fuel Type GASOLINE

  • FOG LIGHTS
  • DUAL AIR BAGS
  • PREMIUM WHEELS
  • TILT WHEEL
  • MOON ROOF
  • STABILITY CONTROL
  • F&R HEAD CURTAIN AIR BAGS
  • CASSETTE
  • THIRD ROW SEAT
  • PREMIUM SOUND
  • CRUISE CONTROL
  • KEYLESS ENTRY
  • POWER DOOR LOCKS
  • POWER STEERING
  • RUNNING BOARDS
  • TRACTION CONTROL
  • AM/FM STEREO
  • TOWING PKG
  • ABS (4-WHEEL)
  • ROOF RACK
  • AIR CONDITIONING
  • PARKING SENSORS
  • CD/MP3 (SINGLE DISC)
  • POWER SEAT
  • HEATED SEATS
  • SIDE AIR BAGS
  • POWER WINDOWS
  • ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM
  • LEATHER

DRIVEN AN AVERAGE OF ONLY 8,400 MILES PER YEAR! Far below the national average!

The Mercury Mountaineer was created at a time when the Ford Explorer was the hottest thing since the planet Mercury. The Mountaineer provided a different styling take and a slightly more upscale interior than the Explorer, and its available all-wheel-drive system helped make it more appealing to people who just wanted all-weather traction rather than the pretentious off-roading ability of true four-wheel drive.

Today's 2008 Mercury Mountaineer utilizes the same philosophy, but a decade later, rising gas prices and the equally rising popularity of crossover SUVs have dimmed its light considerably. No longer is the Explorer the number-one-selling sport-utility, and the Mountaineer's fortunes haven't fared any better. Still, this big Mercury has some desirable attributes, such as good on-road manners, lots of available luxury features and a smooth, comfortable ride. The Mountaineer can also tow up to 7,220 pounds when properly equipped, double what most crossovers can handle.

In our opinion, the 2008 Mercury Mountaineer is still a solid pick among the "old regime" of truck-based, quasi-luxury SUVs like the Dodge Durango/Chrysler Aspen, Jeep Grand Cherokee, Jeep Commander, Nissan Pathfinder and Toyota 4Runner. This is especially true for family buyers mainly interested in an SUV for around-town use. But compared to top seven-passenger crossovers like the Mazda CX-9, GMC Acadia and Toyota Highlander, the Mountaineer's only significant advantages are its higher towing capacity and potentially lower discounted price. As such, we think most shoppers looking at a Mountaineer will likely be happier with a midsize or large crossover instead.

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