2010 Mercury MilanChange Vehicle
of the 2010 Mercury Milan base trim shown
From the Cars.com Vehicle Test Team
- Four-cylinder gas mileage
- Lots of standard features
- Well-executed navigation system
- Standard safety features
- Spring-loaded folding rear seats
- Luggage space
- Some lower-rent materials inside
- Crowded center control panel
- Restyled for 2010
- Related to Ford Fusion
- Four-cylinder or V-6
- Manual or automatic
- Available AWD
- Available blind spot warning system
Ford restyled its midsize sedans, the Ford Fusion and Mercury Milan, for 2010. Underneath its unique styling, the Milan is virtually identical to its Blue Oval sibling. Both cars receive more standard safety features, revamped four- and six-cylinder drivetrains and sleeker styling for 2010. Mercury expects highway gas mileage for the Milan to beat that of the Toyota Camry and Honda Accord.
Trim levels include the base Milan and uplevel Milan Premier; all-wheel drive is optional. There's also a Milan Hybrid that's covered separately in the Cars.com Research section.
While the Fusion's new face looks appreciably different from its predecessor's, the Milan's styling changes are less noticeable. Its taillights are narrower and taller, and Mercury's waterfall grille now has rounder edges. The lower bumper carries a single-frame air dam rather than the previous three-piece cutout, while the car's tail has relatively fewer changes.
Base models have 16-inch alloy wheels — impressive, considering most family cars' base trims wear steel wheels with plastic covers. The Milan Premier has 17-inch alloy wheels.
At 189 inches long, the Milan is about the same size as a Camry or Nissan Altima. The Chevrolet Malibu and Accord are a few inches longer.
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