2011 Mercury Milan
78,047 Miles
$9,977

Palm Coast, FL
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2010 Mercury Milan
62,370 Miles
$9,422

Punta Gorda, FL
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2010 Mercury Milan
54,150 Miles
$11,771

Gladstone, OR
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2010 Mercury Milan
118,146 Miles
$6,995

Collinsville, IL
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2007 Mercury Milan
101,507 Miles
$5,995

Oconomowoc, WI
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2008 Mercury Milan
140,513 Miles
$4,995

Downingtown, PA
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2008 Mercury Milan
85,628 Miles
$6,500

Stratham, NH
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2010 Mercury Milan
41,622 Miles
$10,988

Colorado Springs, CO
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2010 Mercury Milan
99,953 Miles
$7,995

Hardwick, VT
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2006 Mercury Milan
93,579 Miles
$7,987

Weiser, ID
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2010 Mercury Milan
73,615 Miles
$9,998

Schaumburg, IL
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2009 Mercury Milan
98,139 Miles
$7,499

Wilmington, DE
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2007 Mercury Milan
74,312 Miles
$7,475

Adel, IA
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2009 Mercury Milan
105,499 Miles
$8,995

Williamsburg, IA
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2011 Mercury Milan
84,775 Miles
$9,650

Lewes, DE
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2010 Mercury Milan
151,553 Miles
$5,995

Denison, IA
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2011 Mercury Milan
66,368 Miles
$10,999

Lake Mills, WI
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2009 Mercury Milan
73,908 Miles
$10,495

Southfield, MI
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2007 Mercury Milan
131,924 Miles
$5,995

Storm Lake, IA
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Mercury Milan Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.4
Value
4.2
Performance
3.9
Style
4.4
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
3.8
Maintenance
4.2

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Mercury Milan Owner Ratings & Reviews

2007 Mercury Milan - Great, Reliable car for college student

Oxford, Ohio
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
4.0
My car is very reliable for what I need it to do. I have it on my college campus, and it gets me from point A to point B very efficiently. It's good looking, too. It's a nice silver color, and has tan fabric interior. I bought the car used in 2013, but it only had 7,000 miles on it. However, it has paint and upholstery damage from being out in the Florida sun for years.
Story
I had this car with me in Orlando when I worked at Walt Disney World. When I moved out, I drove my roommate to the airport. We had to cram each of our worldly belongings in this car. Considering we had a lot of stuff, we did pretty well. I just remember that we hadn't budgeted our time well. We were cramming everything in the car while it was pouring rain. We had so much stuff, that I had stuf... (more)
Pros
It has great gas mileage. It has a sleek outer look. Has a large amount of trunk space for a regular sized sedan. Steering is great! I have a lot more control of the steering than in any other vehicle I've driven.
Cons
There is an analog clock on the dash, instead of digital. This takes longer to tell the time, which is dangerous when needing to focus on the actual driving. The info screen behind the wheel doesn't show temperature/direction/etc. I wish it was more descriptive there.

2010 Mercury Milan -

Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
3.0
I like the space and the feel of my Milan. It feels like a luxury car. Additionally, the features of the car are so nice, for example, multiple ports for charging devices. I also like how big the trunk and back seats are. I like the fact that there's a dash setting that tells me how many miles I have left before I run out, and how many I average per gallon.
Story
When we went to the beach, we were able to take everything for our daughter, including her and ourselves, and the dog. It was a lot of fun!
Pros
The features I love are the accommodation of size. As a mother of a small child, you have to take a lot of things with you, including the baby, her walker, diaper bag, and even the pack and play at times. Not only can all that fit into the back seat, but there's enough space in the trunk to accommodate any of our luggage on these trips. I like that the vehicle has many modern features like a CD player, different ports for devices, plenty of storage space and many modern conveniences.
Cons
I don't like that it looks similar to the Ford Fusion; I often get it confused in the parking lot. I don't like that the parts for repair seem very expensive. I also do not like that there isn't a sun roof. I also do not like that the doors automatically lock after several minutes in the car.

2006 Mercury Milan - Dependable Car

Conway, Arkansas
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
2.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
4.0
The leather interior of the car is of good quality and has no signs of wearing or deterioration like in many vehicles. There is ample trunk space for storing groceries and even a kid's bike or two.
Story
As we were driving down the interstate, the side-view mirror fell off causing us to be scared that we had hit something but then laugh as we realized we weren't in any immediate danger and the mirror was still attached by a cord.
Pros
This car has great gas mileage and drives smoothly. The storage in this car is good as well. The storage in the dash helps provide easy access to your phone so that it doesn't have to sit in a cup holder. Kids and adults have plenty of leg room in the back seat. The design of the engine and the location of specific mechanical parts makes it easy for a "do it your self" person to work on this car.
Cons
The steering requires a wide berth when backing out or pulling into a space. There are only two usable cup holders unless you are using a small cup which will fit into the passenger and driver side doors. It also has a mechanical issue with the ball and joint on the driver side which is common in this type of car and its sister, the Ford Fusion. There is only room for two infant/toddler car seats as the middle section is unusable due to the small hump it makes.