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Mercury Milan

2010-2011
2010 Redesign Year
Mercury Milan 2011
A Hybrid version, added for 2010, got 34 mpg overall in our tests. The 2010 update also rectifies the turning circle shortcomings of the original car. The V6 engine is still responsive and gets good fuel economy. Ride and handling remain competent and stability control is now standard. Interior fit and finish are improved. Rear-seat room is acceptable, but falls a bit short compared with the competition. The SYNC system, which allows hands-free, voice-activated control of music players and cell phones can be used through dashboard and steering wheel controls. A rearview camera is offered as part of a package, which also includes blind spot monitoring.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2011 $6,725 - $8,175 $4,115 - $5,465
2010 $5,875 - $6,875 $3,295 - $4,245
2006-2009
2006 Redesign Year
Mercury Milan 2009 Trim Shown: 2009 Sedan
This very good family sedan delivers a ride that is firm and controlled, while handling is alert and responsive. However, the wide turning circle is a drawback. We preferred the leather seats, which were more supportive than the standard cloth seats. Rear-seat space is fairly generous. The 2.3-liter, four-cylinder performs adequately and returned 23 mpg overall in our tests, but it's noisy. The 3.0-liter V6 offers more zip. With its smooth, six-speed automatic it averaged 20 mpg overall. Stability control was added as an option for 2009.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2009 $5,400 - $6,250 $2,775 - $3,575
2008 $4,350 - $5,325 $1,850 - $2,700
2007 $3,975 - $4,725 $1,550 - $2,150
2006 $3,350 - $4,150 $1,045 - $1,695