Luxury 4dr All-wheel Drive Sedan
2006 Mercury Montego

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Engine Engine 3.0LV-6
MPG MPG 19 City / 26 Hwy
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2006 Montego Overview

The Mercury Montego is a big sedan with a roomy, luxurious cabin, premium features and trim, and a smooth, comfortable ride.While technically a midsize car, it's on the large side of that scale and boasts a a high seating position and lots of legroom for both front and rear passengers.

The Montego is powered by a 203-hp V6.Front-wheel drive is standard.All-wheel drive is available for improved traction and handling in adverse conditions.The Montego was carefully engineered to protect occupants in the event of an accident.Safety engineers from Volvo worked directly on the Montego, drawing on the Swedish automaker's 50 years of advanced safety engineering.

The Montego offers one of the roomiest interiors in its class.Inspired by the ubiquitous sport utility vehicle, the Montego gives the driver a relatively high seating position and, consequently, excellent outward vision.

Its all-aluminum V6 engine features drive-by-wire electronic throttle control and is complemented by a six-speed automatic transmission that shifts smoothly and always seems to choose the right gear for the driving situation.The all-wheel-drive models come with a continuously variable transmission (CVT) that's smooth and responsive and enhances fuel efficiency.

The steering and suspension are European in feel, offering quick response and minimal lean in corners.The brakes are excellent, responding quickly when the pedal is pressed and slowing the car quickly when necessary.Anti-lock brakes are standard on all Montegos, and all-speed traction control is standard on all but the base, front-drive model, where it's a no-cost option.

Montego excels in passive safety as well.Its basic structure was designed by Volvo, a company that built its reputation on safety before safety was fashionable.Add to that Ford Motor Company's Personal Safety System, which means that the inflation rate for the dual-stage front airbags is managed by a crash severity sensor and a weight sensor for the front-seat passenger.Side-impact and canopy-style airbags are optional.Thus equipped, Montego has earned top five-star ratings in frontal and side-impact crash testing by the federal government, and was named a best pick by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety for frontal crash performance.
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2006 Montego Overview

The Mercury Montego is a big sedan with a roomy, luxurious cabin, premium features and trim, and a smooth, comfortable ride.While technically a midsize car, it's on the large side of that scale and boasts a a high seating position and lots of legroom for both front and rear passengers.

The Montego is powered by a 203-hp V6.Front-wheel drive is standard.All-wheel drive is available for improved traction and handling in adverse conditions.The Montego was carefully engineered to protect occupants in the event of an accident.Safety engineers from Volvo worked directly on the Montego, drawing on the Swedish automaker's 50 years of advanced safety engineering.

The Montego offers one of the roomiest interiors in its class.Inspired by the ubiquitous sport utility vehicle, the Montego gives the driver a relatively high seating position and, consequently, excellent outward vision.

Its all-aluminum V6 engine features drive-by-wire electronic throttle control and is complemented by a six-speed automatic transmission that shifts smoothly and always seems to choose the right gear for the driving situation.The all-wheel-drive models come with a continuously variable transmission (CVT) that's smooth and responsive and enhances fuel efficiency.

The steering and suspension are European in feel, offering quick response and minimal lean in corners.The brakes are excellent, responding quickly when the pedal is pressed and slowing the car quickly when necessary.Anti-lock brakes are standard on all Montegos, and all-speed traction control is standard on all but the base, front-drive model, where it's a no-cost option.

Montego excels in passive safety as well.Its basic structure was designed by Volvo, a company that built its reputation on safety before safety was fashionable.Add to that Ford Motor Company's Personal Safety System, which means that the inflation rate for the dual-stage front airbags is managed by a crash severity sensor and a weight sensor for the front-seat passenger.Side-impact and canopy-style airbags are optional.Thus equipped, Montego has earned top five-star ratings in frontal and side-impact crash testing by the federal government, and was named a best pick by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety for frontal crash performance.Hide Full Review