2010 Mercury Milan Premier 3.0 V6
A classy, refined ride, with some get up and go
So far so good. I've only put 2000 miles on the car.
Oil changes aren't the easiest if you like to do them yourself. You need to get the car up in the air a little, because you have to remove a panel to get to the oil filter. After the removal of the oil filter, you'll have some of the oil dripping onto the shielding under the car, which is not the best design.
It's a shame FoMoCo discontinued Mercury. The interior is very nice. The Sony sound system is sweet. I have a two tone tan/brown leather interior with the tuxedo black exterior. It's a very nice looking car, and I have received a few comments about how good it looks.
The engine has good power and the handling is very nice. I'm averaging around 18-20 MPG around town and 28 to 30 MPG on the highway. I have some enhancements planned to try and improve those numbers a little, but the engine is very fun with the select shift automatic; it's hard not to get on it a little.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 17th September, 2012