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I enclose a quote from inside-line re the recall. I have not been notified and will have to check the date of manufacture of my 2010 Milan I-4 with steel 17" wheels (which have plastic covers to make them look like alloy). "Ford is recalling 128,616 2010-'11 Ford Fusions and Mercury Milans equipped with 17-inch steel wheels because of a risk of wheel separation, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety ... Read More
I just purchased a new 2009 Mercury Milan Premier I-4 two weeks ago and could not be more pleased. I had been in the market for a new car for the last year and had been checking out several makes and models (Taurus, Impala, Fusion, Malibu and Focus) when the Cash for Clunkers program started, I traded in my 1996 Ford T-Bird and made the decision to purchase a Fusion, but ... Read More
Ford executives told Automotive News yesterday at the 2009 North American International Auto Show that the next generation Ford Fusion will share a platform with the current European Ford Mondeo. "We're transitioning to a Fusion-Mondeo convergence," Derrick Kuzak, Ford's vice president of global product development said at the show. He confirmed that Ford EUCD platform, which the mid-size Mondeo is built on, will be the foundation for all of Ford's mid-size ... Read More
I just purchased a 2009 Fusion SEL V6 with the rear spoiler, moon & Tune package, rear sensing, and all weather floor mats. MSRP was $26,715 paid $24,447. Invoice was $24,443. There are various options as far as rebates. You can get $3500 cash back if you use Ford Credit, $2500 cash back and the market rate, or $1000 back and 0%. Not sure if the 0% was for a 36 ... Read More
I recently purchased a 2009 Mercury Milan, and I find the headrests really uncomfortable. Does anyone know if I can replace them with some from a different vehicle that will fit properly. I tried turning them around, but that doesn't work either. I love the car, but am seriously thinking of trading my new car in because it is so uncomfortable.
That's why I think it's related to the short model year and the fact that the 5 speed is being replaced by the 6 speed. Could just be a supply problem.
I hope so. Maybe it's just a case of limiting final-model-year options. I find it quite foolish, in our current situation with gas at $4.00/gallon, that Ford would want to get rid of one of its most fuel-efficient models.
Wait for the 2010 version - job 1 in December, on sale in January. It gets a 6 speed manual and I'd say there's a good chance it will be available on higher end models.
I just went out to www.mercuryvehicles.com and saw that the Milan Premier 4-cylinder 5-speed manual is no longer available. The only Milan to have a 5-speed manual is a base model. Oh well. I guess I'll either have to keep my '07 for a while or go back to Foreign makes. :(
I'm very curious about which engines will be offered on the 2010 Ford Fusion (and Mercury Milan if it's still around). The current 2.3L I-4 will be replaced by the same 2.5L being introduced in the 2009 Mazda6. But what about the V6? It seems unlikely that the V6 from the Mazda6 will also make it to the Fusion. Currently, the only Ford using that 3.7L V6 is the Lincoln MKS. ... Read More
We have a new 2008 Mercury Milan Premier I4 with most every option but navigation. The Milan still looks athletic and elegant. The interior is perhaps a bit plainer than the new Malibu or the 2009 Sonata, but it is functional and comfortable. I'd like to see updates to the interior with fewer cut lines and more elegant door panels, but the exterior is still strikingly good looking for a mid-size ... Read More
If there is still a Milan and a Mercury in 2009. Let's all hope so. :)
If there is still a Milan and a Mercury in 2009.
The Edmunds TCO® estimated monthly insurance payment for a 2009 Mercury Milan in WA is: