2008 Mercury Milan

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$19,095 - $25,900
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Engine Engine 2.3LI-4
MPG MPG 20 City / 29 Hwy
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2008 Milan Overview

The Mercury Milan is a good choice among a superb selection of midsize sedans.Designed to compete with the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry, the Milan is based on the superb Mazda 6 platform.It is smaller than the Sable, and is Mercury's entry-level car.It shares much in common with the new Ford Fusion.

This is one of the most stylish, contemporary Mercury sedans since the first one showed up in 1939, and it just looks right.While it's not as adventurous in design as the 1957 Mercury Turnpike Cruiser with its cantilevered roof and power rear window, it is good looking and modern.

The Milan accommodates five adults, with more interior room by most measures than some very expensive cars.The interior is inviting and comfortable, the materials are very good, and the detailing is better than average.We like the contrast stitching in the seats, and the fold-down rear seats add an extra measure of space and utility.Most important, it's easy to operate and use.

It's available with four-cylinder and V6 engines.Both engines are adequate but are not as powerful as engines offered by several competitors.The V6 gets an EPA-rated 26 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.

Ride quality is smooth, even on the roughest of big-city streets, making the Milan a good choice for Detroit, New York and other places with imperfect infrastructures.The Milan is very stable at high speeds and the brakes are very good.Order the optional all-wheel drive and you get excellent handling and stability on slippery surfaces, such as rain, snow and ice, further enhancing safety.

For 2008, the Milan gets new features and options.A tire-pressure monitor and keyless entry keypad are now standard, while rear obstacle detection becomes an option.Mercury's Sync communications and entertainment system and ambient lighting are offered for the first time, and the available navigation system adds voice activation.
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2008 Milan Overview

The Mercury Milan is a good choice among a superb selection of midsize sedans.Designed to compete with the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry, the Milan is based on the superb Mazda 6 platform.It is smaller than the Sable, and is Mercury's entry-level car.It shares much in common with the new Ford Fusion.

This is one of the most stylish, contemporary Mercury sedans since the first one showed up in 1939, and it just looks right.While it's not as adventurous in design as the 1957 Mercury Turnpike Cruiser with its cantilevered roof and power rear window, it is good looking and modern.

The Milan accommodates five adults, with more interior room by most measures than some very expensive cars.The interior is inviting and comfortable, the materials are very good, and the detailing is better than average.We like the contrast stitching in the seats, and the fold-down rear seats add an extra measure of space and utility.Most important, it's easy to operate and use.

It's available with four-cylinder and V6 engines.Both engines are adequate but are not as powerful as engines offered by several competitors.The V6 gets an EPA-rated 26 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.

Ride quality is smooth, even on the roughest of big-city streets, making the Milan a good choice for Detroit, New York and other places with imperfect infrastructures.The Milan is very stable at high speeds and the brakes are very good.Order the optional all-wheel drive and you get excellent handling and stability on slippery surfaces, such as rain, snow and ice, further enhancing safety.

For 2008, the Milan gets new features and options.A tire-pressure monitor and keyless entry keypad are now standard, while rear obstacle detection becomes an option.Mercury's Sync communications and entertainment system and ambient lighting are offered for the first time, and the available navigation system adds voice activation.Hide Full Review