2010 Mercury Mountaineer
2010 Mercury Mountaineer Owner Reviews
- Exterior Styling
- Interior Comfort
- Quality & Durability
This 2010 Mountaineer replaces a 2006. Same car, just a little better. Transmission shifts are smooth and sooner(lower rpm's) than the '06. Doors feel more solid when closing. Road and engine noise less noticeable in cabin. Sync system is a really nice feature, but the jury is still out on the navigation. Data in the '06 GPS was much more accurate and the routes were smart. 20" wheels are a great new look, but tires could be a little wider. Safety features are great as we found out in the '06. It was in a very violent head on crash with rollover and family walked out with no injuries, just slight bruising from seatbelts. Even though car had RSC it still rolled. However, I was confident enough in this vehicle to put my family back in one. Great value for a mid-sized SUV. Easier to park than some smaller SUV's.
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