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2002 Mercury Mountaineer

2002 Mercury Mountaineer
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Featuring a dramatic, all-new design and styling plus an overhaul in the performance and safety departments, the Mercury Mountaineer is even better-equipped than before to challenge the steep competition in the flooded SUV market. A magnet for the younger set, the Mountaineer boasts a contemporary and decidedly urban appearance.

Available Models
The 2002 Mercury Mountaineer is offered with two engine sizes - the SOHC V6 and the SOHC V8, and offers and optional all-wheel driver version.

Interior Features
New for 2002 is a standard third-row seat that folds and flattens into the floor. Satin aluminum color surrounds the instrument cluster and door panels for a modern look and feel. The seating capacity is seven passengers. Standard equipment includes a leather-wrapped steering wheel with tilt feature, air conditioning, cruise control, power windows, and power door locks.

Optional on the Mountaineer are adjustable brake and accelerator peadlas and power adjustable sets.

Exterior Features
On the outside, changes for 2002 include moving the traditional rocker panels out of sight. The exterior also sports a waterfall grille, machined aluminum wheels, and horizontal brush guards over the taillights. Other changes include a wider track and longer wheelbase.

Performance2002 Mercury Mountaineer interior
The Mercury Mountaineer features a standard 4.0-litre, SOHC V6 engine that pumps out an impressive 210 horsepower and 254 lbs-ft of torque. A more powerful 4.6-litre optional engine is available with SOHC and eight cylinders creating 239 horsepower and 282 lbs-ft of torque.

Each vehicle is equipped with standard towing equipment with a capacity of 2,000-3,500 lbs. A new independent rear suspension is part of a front and rear system that offers short- and long- arm design for excellent handling and responsiveness.

All-wheel full-time drive is available as an option for superior control and performance in challenging conditions.

Safety and Security
The Mercury Mountaineer is bolstered with side impact door beams, crumple zones, head restraints, passenger depowered air bag, driver depowered air bag, three-point seatbelts, and child safety locks. Side impact air bags are optional.

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Fast Stats


MSRP from
4.0L V6
4.6L V8
210 @ 5100
239 @ 4750
5-speed Auto OD
MPG: City/Hwy
V6 - 16 / 21
V8 - 14 / 19

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