2007 Mercury Montego Values

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2007 model year changes

The mid- to full-size Mercury Montego sedan, which was introduced for 2005, gets only a few minor changes for 2007. The Montego now has increased standard safety equipment, including front-seat side air bags and Safety Canopy side curtain air bags with rollover protection. Sirius satellite radio is a new option, and a power driver's seat is standard on the base model. Also, new 18-inch chrome wheels are newly available, along with two new colors: Dune Pearl Clearcoat Metallic and Alloy Clearcoat Metallic. The Montego will be renamed the Sable for model year 2008.

Competitive comparison

Roomy interior; large trunk space; comfortable ride; safety features.

Special features for 2007

The Mercury Montego is nearly identical mechanically to the Ford Five Hundred, sharing the same Volvo-derived platform. The sedan has one of the roomiest interiors in its class as well as the largest trunk space, with a cargo area that can be expanded thanks to folding rear seats and a folding front passenger seat. The Montego is also one of the safest; it has earned top five-star government crash-test ratings for front- and side-impact performance and is ranked "Good" by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety in frontal crash performance.
A carry-over from 2006, the Montego is a four-door five-passenger family sedan that comes standard with a 3.0Liter V6 engine that produces 203HP and is linked to a six-speed automatic transmission. There are two trim levels; the luxury which features 17 in. wheels, and the Premier that come with 18's. Traction control is standard on both models. The Premier trim is available with AWD, which comes with a continuously variable transmission to help improve fuel economy.