My hubby stated his boss just acquired his wife a 2003 Mercury Mountaineer at an auction. It was a repo and only has 27,000 miles on it. His boss purchased it for 11,000 funds. My hubby and his manager perform for NE Automobile Auction so they know all about vehicles and all that jazz. Clearly it was a wonderful offer. The only factor is she doesnt want it b/c she desires a Tahoe. So as my hubby and I are seeking for a SUV we stated we will buy it from you. Proper now I have a 04 Pontiac Sunfire with fifty eight,000 Miles on it. Need to i trade it in for the Mercury? What are your thoughts with this SUV?
Reply by SD
I Will not know, if YOU are relaxed with it, go for it! I have an SUV myself and regret obtaining it….they cost a fortune and a 50 percent to fill up at the pump.
Solution by V-Star newby
A few years in the past I purchased a 2000 Ford Explorer XLT (equivalent to the Mecury Mountaineer) off of eBay for $ ten thousand sight unseen. The title was cleanse. I think that $ 11K for a 2003 Mountaineer in modern bucks would be a very good deal but only if the titile is cleanse and every thing else on the SUV is in very good functioning order. The V8 SOHC motor provides a lot more worth and electricity to your automobile but comsumes about 2 much more mpgs then the 6 cyl SOHC. Make sure that your Mountaineer will come equipped with vehicle matic four-wheel travel. The 2 wheel travel alternatives never keep their value and are nearly not possible to sell everywhere north of the Mason-Dixson line. I think you will be loads happy with the amount of interior area in the Mountaineer. Large variation between the Mountaineer and the Sunfire. Liike heading from roller skates to a Vespa Scooter )