Paul and Anita Lienert check in with one of their typically weird reviews, this time of the Mercury Milan (a sibling to the Ford Fusion). To be fair, it's not that weird by their standards. While I wouldn't have made any connection between the Milan and the epynomous Detroit-area drag strip, they did at least avoid comparisons between cup holders and gynecologist's office equipment. In short, they liked the Milan, with relatively minor quibbles. In fact, Paul called it "the car to beat in midsize sedans." That's much further than my wife and I would have gotten if tasked with jointly reviewing such a vehicle, as she'd be complaining that the styling is not up to the standards of the '58 Corvette, and I'd spend most of my time with the car trying to determine if it has the acceleration necessary to make my spouse fear for her life.
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