2010 Mercury Milan Consumer Review: First American Car in 16 Years

2010 Mercury Milan - Consumer Review

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Premier Sedan (2.5L 4-cyl. 6-speed Automatic)

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First American Car in 16 Years
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2010 Mercury Milan Premier 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 6A)


We picked up our new Milan about 2 weeks ago. So far things have been just fine. For the past 16 years we have driven Toyotas but we thought it was time for a change. The car has a good ride, much more controlled then the Toyota and feels more sporty. The engine is very quiet and the automatic trans shifts very well. Mileage is about 23.5 so far with mostly suburban driving. So far no squeaks or rattles and the leather seats are very comfortable. The trunk seems to be about the same size of the Camry as well as the rear seat. The Sony sound system is great. The only problem is trying to get our older phone to hook up with the Sync system. The interior lighting is a nice touch.

Best Features

Good ride and handling. The engine seems to have enough "pep" for all the things we need to do. There are very few if any blind spots, a nice view from the driver's seat. The Sony sound package is very good. The trunk is a good size and the back seat has enough room for our needs.

Worst Features

Homelink should be standard, we had to hang the "clicker" back on the visor. The use of a hood prop instead of struts seems a little cheap for a car with a sticker close to $27,000.
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