Go
2010 Mercury Milan Photo
8.0
/ 10
On Styling
BASE INVOICE
$20,224
BASE MSRP
$21,860
On Styling
The 2010 Mercury Milan and Milan Hybrid may not win design laurels, but they are handsome and distinctive, and they offer upscale interiors that feel luxurious.
8.0 out of 10
Browse Mercury Milan inventory in your area.

SEE LOCAL CLASSIFIEDS

STYLING | 8 out of 10

Expert Quotes:

Milans have a more upscale look when compared to Fusion and even the premium-midsize Lincoln MKZ
ConsumerGuide

a clean, modestly-adorned overall appearance
Kelley Blue Book

sporty midsize family sedan with styling that doesn't get lost in the crowd
Edmunds.com

Although it's mechanically identical to the Ford Fusion and Fusion Hybrid models, the cleaner exterior and more stylish interior of the 2010 Mercury Milan and Milan Hybrid set them apart, taking the Milan a step up the style scale. Its lines are distinct and handsome, though hardly avant-garde.

Most reviews read by TheCarConnection.com approve of the exterior lines of the 2010 Mercury Milan. Cars.com notes that "signature design cues include a waterfall grille and the use of trim with a satin-aluminum finish" on the exterior of the Mercury Milan. And Kelley Blue Book commends the Milan's "clean, modestly-adorned overall appearance" with "body lines that could be called 'chiseled.'" However, some reviewers, such as those at MotherProof, feel that the Milan "lacks some definition and character,"

Edmunds concludes that the 2010 Mercury Milan is a "sporty midsize family sedan with styling that doesn't get lost in the crowd" and notes that it is offered in "two trim levels: base and Premier." There's little stylistic variation between the two versions, but the "Milan Premier adds 17-inch alloy wheels," according to Edmunds.

Inside the 2010 Mercury Milan's sculpted sheetmetal, ConsumerGuide feels that "Milans have a more upscale look when compared to Fusion and even the premium-midsize Lincoln MKZ." Cars.com says occupants will find "leather upholstery that is complemented by Satin Metallic or Wales Mahogany wood trim." The lighter interior tones lend a luxury ambience to the Mercury Milan and Milan Hybrid, and Edmunds reports that the "two-tone cabin" on the 2010 Milan is designed "to appeal to young professionals with an allegiance to Ikea-style furnishings."

Conclusion

The 2010 Mercury Milan and Milan Hybrid may not win design laurels, but they are handsome and distinctive, and they offer upscale interiors that feel luxurious.

« Prev: Overall Review Next: Performance »
Other Choices Read More
8.6
/ 10
TCC Rating
6.8
/ 10
TCC Rating
8.8
/ 10
TCC Rating
8.6
/ 10
TCC Rating
8.2
/ 10
TCC Rating
7.6
/ 10
TCC Rating
Used Cars
Go!
Related Used Listings
Browse used listings in your area

How does the
TCC Rating work?
The TCC Rating is a clear numeric rating value based on a 10-point scale that reflects the overall opinion of our automotive experts on any vehicle and rolls up ratings we give each vehicle across sub-categories you care about like performance, safety, styling and more.

Our rating also has simple color-coded “Stop” (red), “Caution” (orange),
or “Go” (green) messages along with the numerical score so you can easily understand where we stand at a glance.

Our automotive experts then also collect and show you what other websites say about these different aspects of any vehicle. We do this leg work for you to simplify your research process.

Learn more about how we rate and review cars here.

 
© 2015 The Car Connection. All Rights Reserved. The Car Connection is published by High Gear Media. Stock photography by izmo, Inc. Send us feedback.