Leather Seats, Sunroof(s), Front Seat Heaters, Cruise Control, Auxiliary Audio Input, Alloy Wheels
6 Cylinders, 2WD, 3.0L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 79K Miles, Black/Gray
Leather Seats, Sunroof(s), Cruise Control, Auxiliary Audio Input, Rear Spoiler, Alloy Wheels
6 Cylinders, 2WD, 3.0L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 44K Miles, Black/Black
4WD/AWD, Leather Seats, Sunroof(s), Parking Sensors, Rear View Camera, Navigation System
6 Cylinders, 4WD, 3.0L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 39K Miles, Silver/Black
I have to say, this ride is like a 2010 fusion, but fully loaded and it rides like a Lincoln use gas like an accord. It�s the best car I�ve had yet.
I had a Mercury Sable 2000 that I purchased used in 2004. My husband and friends told me that it was time to retire "Sable" as she was 12 years old. I loved that car. It rode SO smooth, had a sun roof, leather interior, roomy, electric windows, and had a 6 disc CD player. I was determined that I was going to find the same thing in my next car. I did. A 2010 Mercury Milan. There were actually two Mercury Milans when I went to test drive them, and I picked the one with leather interior. I love the car as much as I did Sable. They no longer make the Mercury Milan, however I am hopeful that when I am ready to retire my 2010 Mercury Milan, they will have a similar model. Cannot say enough about this car. Absolutley love it.
The Mercury Milan Premier 4 cylinder is a very solid car. This particular model has leather interior and a sun roof. These amenities make the car feel very luxurious and special. The seats are comfortable and supportive and the sun roof gives the feel of a convertible. The 4 cylinder power plant is very adequate for commuting and has plenty of power when the engine RPM go over 4500. Gas mileage over the daily commute of 25 miles is averaging 25-26 MPG and two trips on the highway have yielded 32 and 34 MPG. The suspension is tight making the ride a little bumpy with a feeling of connection to the road. I am 5'11" tall and my head is within an inch of the roof when the power seat is elevated to it's maximum, this allows good sight lines but the proximity of the roof is sometimes distracting. The view out the rear window is compromised by the brake warning light in the middle which interferes with viewing the middle of the highway in the rear. The angle of the rear window gives the feeling of a gunslit by limiting the driver's up and down sight. The electronic throttle takes some time to adjust to, as response is just hair behind pressing the pedal and a little jumpy when moving off from a stop. It is also weird that the pedal does not move when cruise control is engaged. Small adjustments. The Milan Premier 4 cylinder met all the gas frugality and performance expectations and has far exceeded the comfort and driving enjoyment requirements. My thanks to the sales representative who steered me to it.