2010 Mercury Milan Hybrid

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Engine Engine 2.5LI-4
MPG MPG 41 City / 36 Hwy
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2010 Milan Hybrid Overview

Like every Mercury, the newly designed 2010 Mercury Milan intends to be a more refined, up-market restatement of its Ford sister car, in this case, the Ford Fusion.Where base models of the Ford are thrifty and flintily efficient, the Milan offers more than a hint of luxury and style, and at bargain prices.

From outside, the Mercury Milan features a unique, toothy grille that growls with aggression.The sleek nose and canted headlight-surrounds express a dynamic, sporting character, and the car's flanks have a similarly attractive muscularity.In the homogenized world of low-priced mid-size sedans, the clean world-car looks of the Mercury Milan stand as a thoroughly convincing American alternative to the Honda Accord, Toyota Camry and other midsize sedans from Japan.

The Milan interior is similarly striking.Featuring what Mercury calls a more technical look, the dashboard and interior are highlighted with stylish satin aluminum metal trim.Attractive black pebble grain covers the dash surfaces, which are fully equipped with added-value comforts and conveniences.Leather seating is standard in most models, another testament to Mercury's upscale aspirations.

The 2010 Milan provides an excellent array of powertrain choices.For those intent on green fuel efficiency, the Milan Hybrid has been rated by the EPA at a spectacular 41/36 mpg, City/Highway.For more power-hungry drivers, Milan's top-of-the-line 3.0-liter Duratec V6 delivers a forceful 240 horsepower and 222 pound-feet of torque.And for those who want good fuel mileage without paying the Hybrid's hefty price premium, a 2.5-liter four-cylinder like the one in our test vehicle delivers 175 horsepower, 172 pound-feet of torque and more than enough acceleration to keep pace with the race.Further, EPA rates the four-cylinder at 22/31 mpg, sensational figures in any mid-size sedan.For perspective, the diminutive, notably fuel-stingy Mini Cooper S only gets 23/32 mpg.

Mercury Milan is a capacious, handsome and winsomely efficient design that can go toe to toe with any mid-size low-price family sedan in the world.Even its four-cylinder variant provides vigorous performance.And its handling, stability and list of features, including available all-wheel drive, put it very high on our list.
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2010 Milan Hybrid Overview

Like every Mercury, the newly designed 2010 Mercury Milan intends to be a more refined, up-market restatement of its Ford sister car, in this case, the Ford Fusion.Where base models of the Ford are thrifty and flintily efficient, the Milan offers more than a hint of luxury and style, and at bargain prices.

From outside, the Mercury Milan features a unique, toothy grille that growls with aggression.The sleek nose and canted headlight-surrounds express a dynamic, sporting character, and the car's flanks have a similarly attractive muscularity.In the homogenized world of low-priced mid-size sedans, the clean world-car looks of the Mercury Milan stand as a thoroughly convincing American alternative to the Honda Accord, Toyota Camry and other midsize sedans from Japan.

The Milan interior is similarly striking.Featuring what Mercury calls a more technical look, the dashboard and interior are highlighted with stylish satin aluminum metal trim.Attractive black pebble grain covers the dash surfaces, which are fully equipped with added-value comforts and conveniences.Leather seating is standard in most models, another testament to Mercury's upscale aspirations.

The 2010 Milan provides an excellent array of powertrain choices.For those intent on green fuel efficiency, the Milan Hybrid has been rated by the EPA at a spectacular 41/36 mpg, City/Highway.For more power-hungry drivers, Milan's top-of-the-line 3.0-liter Duratec V6 delivers a forceful 240 horsepower and 222 pound-feet of torque.And for those who want good fuel mileage without paying the Hybrid's hefty price premium, a 2.5-liter four-cylinder like the one in our test vehicle delivers 175 horsepower, 172 pound-feet of torque and more than enough acceleration to keep pace with the race.Further, EPA rates the four-cylinder at 22/31 mpg, sensational figures in any mid-size sedan.For perspective, the diminutive, notably fuel-stingy Mini Cooper S only gets 23/32 mpg.

Mercury Milan is a capacious, handsome and winsomely efficient design that can go toe to toe with any mid-size low-price family sedan in the world.Even its four-cylinder variant provides vigorous performance.And its handling, stability and list of features, including available all-wheel drive, put it very high on our list.Hide Full Review