2010 Mercury Milan Premier 4dr Sedan AWD (3.0L 6cyl 6A)
I have always been a Ford man and I loved my Milan Premier until recently. In the last three thousand miles (after it hit 50K miles) I had some kind of solenoid, a tail light, a throttle body, and a battery go bad, all common problems with this car. The one that really killed me was the tail light. Instead of replacing a bulb I had to replace the whole light assembly for $400. What kind of engineering is that? I am so turned off with Ford (and all American engineered cars).
Use some common sense in your engineering, Ford or pay for your mistakes.
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