The 2010 Mercury Milan boasts a variety of standard and optional features throughout all trim levels that contribute greatly to the car's appeal. Edmunds notes that the base version includes "16-inch alloys wheels, keyless entry, a trip computer, cruise control, a six-way power driver seat, 60/40-split rear seats, and a six-speaker stereo with CD, satellite radio, and an auxiliary audio jack." Those features mean that even the base version "comes nicely equipped," according to Kelley Blue Book. And Motor Trend points out that "Ford's capless fuel filler system-dubbed Easy Fuel-is standard on all Milans."
Ambient LED lighting in a variety of colors is available, and Premier models come standard with 17-inch alloy wheels, automatic headlights, fog lamps, dual-zone automatic climate control, power heated front seats, leather upholstery, and the well-reviewed SYNC system, which Edmunds says allows occupants to "operate their cell phones, PDAs, USB storage devices, iPods or other MP3 players using voice commands."
The 2010 Mercury Milan Hybrid has most of the high-end options, and AutoWeek calls the result "a typical Mercury interior-comfortable, nice leathers, and well-done overall."
Edmunds adds that "a sunroof and reverse parking sensors" are optional on all models, and notes that Premier models can be further customized with "a 12-speaker Sony Sound system with a six-CD changer, a blind-spot warning system, a back-up camera, a rear-deck spoiler, and a voice-activated hard-drive-based navigation system and Sirius Travel Link."
The optional Voga Series trim package takes the 2010 Milan to an even higher level. Available only on the Premier models, it consists of unique two-tone interior trim, leather seats and door inserts of a very stylish cashmere color, chrome wheels, and unique Voga badges inside and out.