2010 Mercury Milan Hybrid consumer reviews

$28,180 starting MSRP
side view of 2010 Milan Hybrid Mercury
100% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.9
  • Interior design 4.4
  • Performance 4.5
  • Value for the money 4.6
  • Exterior styling 4.5
  • Reliability 5.0
Explore the 2010 Mercury Milan Hybrid
5.0

Most fuel efficient and low maintenance car ever.

The miles per gallon is better than advertised. We can get 600 miles on one tank of gas. We enjoy having a reliable car that is a hybrid, as we move to all electric cars in the near future.

5.0

the best ride for my money

just doesn't break at all. i feel like im driving a well made Cadillac not a cheap ford i live it very much best ford.

5.0

Best car I have ever owned

We only had one unexpected problem after 90,000+ miles that the Ford dealer covered 100% under warranty and also paid for my rental car. We average between 38 and 45 miles per gallon.

4.7

Nearly Perfect

First Ford after 30 years of Toyotas. This Milan is quiet, comfy, and reliable. But not for 6'5" son

4.7

Love this Milan Hybrid

Great features, avg 40.5 mpg over 2 years, decent performance, reliable! A winner! Too bad Mercury Brand is gone now. It has almost every imaginable feature.

4.3

A Hybrid that's as good as it gets

This is my second Mercury Milan Hybrid, this one used, the other one new. The car does everything well. It's roomy; comfortable; fast enough; gets great mileage for a car its size, about 42-46 mpg's to and from and around Manhattan, (it's not a toy-car, it's a real car); it's got great range, easily over 600 miles per tankful; it's reliable; and it comes fully equipped except for a nav system which is the only extra-cost option. It's actually a better deal by far than a similarly equipped Fusion where the options are ala carte and the interior is a tad lower-rent.

4.7

Love the car--and 39 mpg!

This is the first American car (though it is assembled in Mexico) I've owned since my '67 New Yorker died in the early '80's. Been a Toyota/Lexus family since then. But this Milan has made me rethink US badged cars. With 15k on it, ride is Euro-car tight (well, almost) plenty of power for the interstate, and we go 640 miles between fill ups. Gotta love it.

4.4

As good as advertized

Owned it for 4 months, with 5k put on the odometer. Wonderful car, best I've ever owned. Unexpected features not figuring prominently in the reviews: it's quiet, even at freeways speeds. Electrical-gas shifts are usually unnoticed except under hard acceleration or starting from a dead stop. Handles and brakes like a regular car. EPA MPG figures are real, at least for benign California weather. In mixed city/freeways driving usually average about 36 MPG with heavy AC use and 41/42 MPG without at refill. My freeway mileage at 65 MPG cruise control is 42 MPG.

4.6

Mercury Milan Premier Hybrid

Great vehicle. Left Toyota and found the quality of Mercury higher than my Avalon. I'd left American Made cars some 14 years ago, but I'm back!

4.6

Happy with the hybrid

Bought this 2 months ago and have about 1200 miles on it. Averaging over 37 MPG, a little better than I expected considering the reviews. I love the technology but the voice commands can be a little touchy. Acceleration is sufficient though the engine groans a bit on heavy uphill acceleration (no surprise there). Handling, fit and finish are great. I am very happy I got the full screen back-up camera as rear visibility is compromised. Bluetooth is wonderful.