On the heels of the Ford Fusion, the Milan's pricing is set to be just slightly higher than its corporate cousin. Pricing will start at $18,995 for the base four cylinder Milan and $21,995 for the V6 and six-speed automatic. Exterior and interior design and trim seem to be the main difference between the two cars. We hope for Mercury's sake that there is a significant difference to justify the $1000 price increase. The Mercury name does not necessarily carry the same weight it used to. The Milan does appear to have a sophisiticated exterior and interior, so maybe there is some hope.
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