2006 Mercury Milan

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$18,345 - $22,845
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Engine Engine 2.3LI-4
MPG MPG 23 City / 31 Hwy
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2006 Milan Overview

The 2006 Mercury Milan is a new midsize sedan, and it's the best car Mercury has had for many years.Designed to compete with the Toyota Camry and other midsize family cars, the Milan is based on the superb Mazda 6 platform.It's smaller than the Montego and will be Mercury's entry-level car from now on.It shares much in common with the new Ford Fusion.

This Mercury has that 'just right' look about it, and it's about time.It's one of the most stylish, contemporary Mercury sedans since the first one showed up in 1939.Perhaps it's not as adventurous in design as the 1957 Turnpike Cruiser with its cantilevered roof and power rear window.

But the new Milan is able to swallow and nestle at least four normal Americans inside, with more room here and there on the spec sheet than some very expensive cars.The interior is inviting and comfortable, the materials are very good, it's easy to use, and the detailing is better than average.We liked the contrast stitching in the seats.Fold-down rear seats add an extra measure of space and utility.

The Milan is available with four-cylinder and V6 engines.The V6 gets an EPA-rated 29 mpg on the highway and comes with a six-speed automatic transmission, a rarity in this class, that gives both better acceleration and better fuel economy than a five-speed automatic.
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2006 Milan Overview

The 2006 Mercury Milan is a new midsize sedan, and it's the best car Mercury has had for many years.Designed to compete with the Toyota Camry and other midsize family cars, the Milan is based on the superb Mazda 6 platform.It's smaller than the Montego and will be Mercury's entry-level car from now on.It shares much in common with the new Ford Fusion.

This Mercury has that 'just right' look about it, and it's about time.It's one of the most stylish, contemporary Mercury sedans since the first one showed up in 1939.Perhaps it's not as adventurous in design as the 1957 Turnpike Cruiser with its cantilevered roof and power rear window.

But the new Milan is able to swallow and nestle at least four normal Americans inside, with more room here and there on the spec sheet than some very expensive cars.The interior is inviting and comfortable, the materials are very good, it's easy to use, and the detailing is better than average.We liked the contrast stitching in the seats.Fold-down rear seats add an extra measure of space and utility.

The Milan is available with four-cylinder and V6 engines.The V6 gets an EPA-rated 29 mpg on the highway and comes with a six-speed automatic transmission, a rarity in this class, that gives both better acceleration and better fuel economy than a five-speed automatic.Hide Full Review