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FEATURES | 9 out of 10
even base versions come nicely equipped
Kelley Blue Book
Love the steering-wheel-mounted controls
The standard analog clock mounted high in the center stack adds a touch of class
The 2009 Mercury Milan boasts a variety of standard and optional features throughout all trim levels that contribute greatly to the car's appeal. The new Voga Series should please those who want that extra dose of luxury.
Even the base version of the 2009 Mercury Milan "comes nicely equipped," according to Kelley Blue Book, with a "standard six-speaker stereo" and "Securilock passive anti-theft system." MotherProof raves about the Milan; Mercury's "steering-wheel-mounted controls" operate climate controls as well as the typical radio buttons, they report. Edmunds.com is less than enthusiastic about the design of the stereo faceplate, saying that it is “seriously outdated.” but they note, “The standard analog clock mounted high in the center stack adds a touch of class.”
For those who want to pass on the manual controls altogether, Edmunds says that the 2009 Milan Mercury offers Ford's SYNC system, which allows occupants to "operate their cell phones, PDAs, USB storage devices, iPods or other MP3 players using voice commands." Rounding out the options list on the Mercury Milan, Kelley Blue Book reports that "SIRIUS Satellite Radio" and "a DVD navigation system lead the options list for 2009," along with "a power moonroof, leather seating surfaces, [and] heated front seats."
Edmunds also adds that a "sunroof, a rear spoiler, heated front seats and wood-grain interior trim" are available as options on the Milan Mercury.
The 2009 Mercury Milan offers all the requisite features plus a few unique ones that add to the allure of this sedan.