2010 Mercury Milan Premier 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 6A)
I traded down from an F150 SuperCrew Lariat to save money, which I did. Even with a 4-cylinder, it handles well and gets great gas mileage. The driver seat is extremely uncomfortable, causing muscle pain on my commute to work. (one hour each way)In less than two months after purchase, it squeaks and rattles like a 30 year old car instead of a new one. I may be saving money, but I'm really starting to miss my truck.
The blind-spot detector is my favorite feature on this car. It has actually saved me from an accident. The Microsoft Synch is really handy for hands-free phone calls. Great feature.
More comfortable driver's seat. Tighter suspension.
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