2010 Mercury Milan Premier 4dr Sedan AWD (3.0L 6cyl 6A)
Traded from 2000 Sable after a great 160,000+ miles. Dealer said this was the replacement for the Sable. Needed car with dual power seats due to wife's back condition. Had to get SYNC to get power seats. Car appears to be designed around "entertainment system." There are 3 different ways to adjust the volume of the system but it is impossible to operate any of the dash controls with winter gloves on. And forget completely about the steering wheel controls, they are way to small to use. However they are really easy to press accidentally while turning the wheel. The seats are narrow and the headrests protrude such that I will have to cut them off and move them back with spacers. Not worth $28K
Nothing outstanding, simply another aerodynamically designed box. Wife likes backup radar.
Headrest spacing, move it back. User friendly controls that can be reached easily. Better adjustable steering wheel control. Raise rear view mirror as it blocks view of taller driver. Design for driving, entertainment centers should be in homes. This thing will cause distractions/accidents.
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