|Pricing||$18,345 - $21,345|
|Engines||2.3l I4, 3.0l V6|
|Transmissions||A5, A6, M5|
|Fuel Economy||21-24 (city), 29-32 (highway)|
Mercury intends to differentiate its products from that of Ford by offering more style. Thus, the Milan is a sibling of the Ford Fusion with Mercury familial styling traits like the waterfall grille and LED taillamps. Alongside the larger Montego, Milan provides Mercury with a second stylish sedan. Milan is powered by either a 160hp inline-four or 210hp V6. Four-cylinder models can be equipped with either a 5-speed manual or automatic transmission. The V6 model features a six-speed automatic as standard equipment. For buyers willing to wait a bit, an all-wheel-drive model will join the lineup in the 2007 model year and a hybrid powertrain has been promised for 2008.
The all-new Mercury Milan is a sibling of the Ford Fusion with "more style". It slots in below the Montego. The 5-passenger, mid-sized sedan is based on Ford's CD3 architecture derived from the Mazda6. Milan is offered initially with either a 160hp inline-four or 210hp V6 in FWD only. All-wheel drive and Hybrid powertrains are promised for future model years.
|Milan||3.0l V6 (210-bhp)||A6||FWD||21/29/25||$21,345|
|Milan||2.3l I4 (160-bhp)||A5||FWD||24/32/28||$19,345|
|Milan||2.3l I4 (160-bhp)||M5||FWD||23/31/27||$18,345|