Used Car: 2010 Mercury Milan Review
The 2010 Mercury Milan is a solid contender in its class, thanks to its excellent safety and reliability ratings. When it was new, reviewers also appreciated the Milan’s nimble handling, ample interior space and numerous tech features.
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The 2010 Mercury Milan is a strong performer, and when it was new, reviewers liked its powerful available V6 engine, athletic handling and strong brakes. Auto critics often used the words “well-rounded” to describe the Milan, praising its large cabin, comfortable seats, pleasing interior design, high-end materials and spacious trunk.
Auto critics found little to dislike about the 2010 Milan when it was new. One reviewer said the transmission surged on the highway, but that was about it.
The 2010 Mercury Milan has either a four-cylinder or V6 engine. A six-speed manual is standard and a six-speed automatic is also available. Fuel economy is about average for the class, as the Milan gets up to 22/31 mpg city/highway with the base four-cylinder engine.
Inside, standard features include cruise control, a power driver’s seat and a six-speaker stereo with satellite radio and auxiliary input. The Premier trim adds dual-zone climate control, leather, heated front seats and Lincoln’s Sync infotainment system. Standard safety features include six airbags, anti-lock brakes and electronic stability control. All-wheel drive was available on V6 models.
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Other Cars to Consider
Reviewers liked the 2010 Honda Accord for its upscale cabin materials and spacious interior when it was new. Available as a coupe or sedan, test drivers agreed that the Accord’s variety of powertrain configurations give shoppers performance that ranges from adequate to sporty, depending on the model you select. The Accord’s good safety scores make it a solid choice in its class, but if reliability is important to you, the Milan is the better choice.
The 2010 Ford Fusion is very similar to its corporate cousin, the 2010 Mercury Milan. Both cars share many of the same parts, equipment and style, though auto critics thought the Milan’s cabin is a step up in quality. With so much in common, it’s worth widening your search to include used Fusions and Milans so you can find the best deal.