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2007 Mercury Milan Premier AWD V6, audiophile system, etc. We have everything except the kitchen sink on this vehicle, except the CD GPS, couldn't figure out that piece of engineering, since at the time I could buy a $100 Garmin. Also didn't understand why the passenger seat has all manual controls, but leather, with a 2 stage seat-heating system. These minor issues aside, this Has been an excellent vehicle for us. ... Read More
Trickle charger for sure. That's just not enough driving to keep the battery charged. You should be able to wire it up so it can be plugged in through the front grille without opening the hood.
This article: http://www.ehow.com/how_4897932_trickle-charge-car-battery.html indicates loss of up to 2% per day, so it would seem like even starting once per month would be sufficient? Of course, then the question is how long does it need to be driven to get back up to near full charge? I'm guessing that driving once per day for 3 miles is probably more of a problem for a battery than driving once per week for ... Read More
The problem you describe would occur with any car that receives so little use. It is extremely unlikely that this would be covered under warranty. A trickle charger would be a possible solution.
My mother in law owns a 2007 Mercury Milan. It has had repeated problems with holding a charge on the battery. It has been to the dealership three times and they say it is because she does not drive it enough. She has owned the car over a year and driven only 1000 miles. Does anyone else have a similar problem? Is there a solution? Thinking about installing a trickle charger ... Read More
I just had this TSB (transmission fix/replace) done on my 2006 Mercury Milan Premier V6, 1.5 weeks prior to warranty end. The dealer service wouldn't do it until the car hit 20K as per TSB. I didn't know it was transmission related until now. When I brought it in a few weeks ago I only had 19800 and they just reset the computer and said bring back after 20K. Problem started ... Read More
It's a 2007 Mercury Milan Premier. The dealership called today to tell me that it's not the battery. They're still trying to find why, if not driven every day, it won't start.
is there anyone else out there who owns either a ford fusion,or mercury milan with the 5-speed manual.the possible 'problem' i maybe having is that when i am shifting gears in my 2007 milan,i often feel a popping feel in either the steering,or the front end.i really can't tell,but hope there is someone else out there with the same problem,and maybe someone knows what this is,and how to correct.please let me ... Read More
i own a 2007 mercury milan with the 5-sp manual,and i love the car.lately,at 7000 miles,i have noticed that my clutch pedal squeaks,which is not a big deal,but i also notice whe i am shifting gears,that i get a feeling in the steering wheel that almost resembles a 'popping' feeling in the steering wheel.can anyone help with any suggestions.i really hate taking the car to the dealer,but just need to know ... Read More
I bought a new 2007 Mercury Milan in August and the speakers continuously hum and pop. It has gotten much worse, and I made an appointment to take it to the dealership, but I'm worried that they won't be able to fix it and I'll have to keep taking it in like some of the other people that have posted here. Has anyone had luck with the repair?
A reporter seeks to talk with owners of the 2007 or 2008 Ford Fusion or Mercury Milan who are also parents of young children. If you are interested in commenting on your experience, please reply to email@example.com no later than Thursday, November 15, 2007 and include your city and state of residence as well as the age of your child/ren. Thanks for your consideration, Jeannine Jeannine Fallon Corporate Communications Edmunds Inc. ... Read More
Richard Truett Automotive News October 15, 2007 - 4:14 pm ET Click Here! DETROIT -- R.I.P. Mercury? Not yet. Ford Motor Co. CEO Alan Mulally said today that the struggling division will not be killed. In a meeting with reporters at a factory outside Detroit, here’s what Mulally said when asked if Mercury has a future. “Absolutely. It’s doing well. We’ve got a great set of products in Mercury. It’s a ... Read More
I have a 2006 Merc Milan Premier V-6, bought Oct. 2006. The in town mileage is horrible! 14-17 mpg. I get 25 mpg highway. The dealer tells me it is because I take short trips. I've never had a car with this bad mileage. I don't lead foot it and drive reasonably. Anyone else with this issue? Our 2007 SEL AWD V-6 Fusion, bought Dec. 4, 2006, only get 14.8 mpg ... Read More
I took delivery of a Black on Black, cloth seats 2007 Milan with auto trans on August 8, 2007. In the under two months that I have owned this vehicle I have both positive and negative attributes to report. As a benchmark I am using a 2007 Honda Accord SE which a relative owns. I am not certain it is fair to compare the vehicles, however they are in a similar ... Read More
My 2007 Milan does the same. I've had a speaker replaced, a brake piece replaced and now the factory is saying no more replacement pieces until Ford figures it out. It's very annoying, and very disappointing considering it's a brand new car. Love everything else about it, but this is frustrating! Come on Ford, figure it out!
My 2007 Milans' rear speakers pop when I apply the breaks. It is loud enough that I have had to disconnect them. The dealer says the factory knows about the problem, but does not know the cause. Anyone else have or know about this problem?
As a person that took a beating on a Mercury Montego Premier I couldn't care less WHO thinks the Milan handles better. Ford can NOT build a quality car. I loved the Montego when I got it but my love quickly turned to frustration as my Montego seemed to like the dealership more than my garage. The thing that finished me with Ford is when I called customer (dis)service and no ... Read More
The most recent addition of the Motor Trend Magazine honors the 2007 Toyota Camry as the car of the year. It is the best blend of all key areas of what someone would typically want in a a family sedan. Most notable; performance, handling, interior quality, mileage, fit and finish, and a superb powertrain with 6 speed. Now the Milan is a fine car, but is still lacking in several of ... Read More
I must say i have seen the commerials on tv and the Milan. Toyota is the #1 in sales and 78% of Toyota buyers return to purchase another one. If Ford was building the quality that Toyota has been, they would not be having money issues and poor sales. The trade value and ACV on the Toyota Camry is much better then the Ford line. That should tell you something.Honda does ... Read More
This one. FORD: 2006-2007 Fusion LINCOLN: 2006 Zephyr MERCURY: 2006-2007 Milan This article supersedes TSB 06-18-7 to add a production fix date. ISSUE: Some 2006-2007 Fusion, Milan, and 2006 Zephyr vehicles built before 9/4/2006, equipped with a 3.0L engine, and Aisin F21 automatic transmission may exhibit one (1) or more of the driveability and/or transmission symptoms listed below: Engine Driveability: DTC P0606 Powertrain lacks response High idles after starting engine and ... Read More
Plus with Milan/Fusion you get a larger trunk and it has the strut/linkage hinge mechanism that does not infringe on useable trunk space, unlike Camry which has the old tech gooseneck hinges. Gotta have enough trunk space! Additionally, with Milan/Fusion, you don't get the chore of reading through over 1300 posts in the "2007 Camry Woes" discussion! :)
Right bv050506, because nobody sees Camrys as old fart cars either. The Milan has a V-6 mated with a 6 speed transmission that performs nicely. So I'm not sure what you are getting at with the weak engine remark. Maybe you are talking about the 4-cyl model, but then Camry has a pretty weak 4-cyl base model too. And gas mileage is almost identicle when you compare apples to apples. What ... Read More
Buy a Prius! Honda is a good choice also and the weak transmission blown out of proportion becuase hondas are normally so relaible. It is only a couple of percent and is far less than most other cars. Also look at Scion A, Scion B, Yaris and Fit. Mazda 3 is also a good car. The Camry is a good car, but first year 2007 big change. First year model problems ... Read More
Hey I was just messing around the net and I stumbled upon this short little video of some media personal taking a test drive in the new 2007 Mercury Milan AWD. Notice in the video,it is raining cats and dogs and the car never starts to slip. Here's the video, You need Read Player to watch it 2007 Mercury Milan AWD Test Video !!! Also, I'm starting to hear rumors that ... Read More
when the new one comes out you should sit in it and give it a test drive. one of the reasons for body roll is weight. With the new engine the car should weigh a bit less, and all that power along with more effecient managment of the engine should give it a better feel. I'm not sure which model you sat in, but for 2007 most G6's will have hydraulic ... Read More
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