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option packages...bundle various features
The Mountaineer comes in two trim levels
The entry-level Mountaineer provides a long list of standard equipment
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The 2010 Mercury Mountaineer is available in base trim or as the up-level Premier edition. In both cases, standard equipment is generous, but a very long list of options adds a lot of appeal for those who want a luxurious vehicle capable of towing a large boat trailer on the weekends.
The Mountaineer takes advantage of the Ford parts bin and is available with Ford-exclusive technology like Sirius Travel Link and SYNC, which uses a touchscreen and Bluetooth to control the vehicle's entertainment and communication systems. The Mountaineer also adds a capless fuel filler system, 20-inch wheels, and new option bundles like a Navigation package and the Moon and Tune Elite package. Other options include heated leather seats, a moonroof, power-adjustable brake/accelerator pedals, and power running boards.
Cars.com notes that the option packages on the 2010 Mercury Mountaineer bundle various features, such as heated seats and a voice-activated navigation system. Mountaineer options "include a Third Row Seat Package that includes a 50/50 split third-row bench seat, a 60/40 split second-row bench with reclining seatbacks and auxiliary climate controls for the rear passengers; second-row bucket seats," reports Automotive.com, adding that the Mercury Mountaineer Comfort Package offers "leather upholstery, heated front seats, 10-way power driver's seat, six-way power passenger seat, dual-zone automatic climate control, and memory for the driver's seat."
Additionally, the poetically named Mercury Mountaineer Moon and Tune Elite Package picks up the powered moonroof and premium audio system.
The 2010 Mercury Mountaineer looks conservative and traditional, but its feature set is thoroughly modern.