Mercury Milan is built on a solid foundation of quality and reliability, increasing the mix for 2010 model year, a brand new hybrid model, more fuel efficient gasoline engines, class-exclusive technologies and a more accurate, sophisticated design.
"Milan has been an important part of the Mercury range since the initial launch and helped to attract more consumers to dealers," said John Felice, general manager of Ford, Lincoln Mercury Marketing. "For consumers looking for sophisticated hybrid elegant, Mercury Milan now gives them more fuel efficient hybrid sedan in its class."
Chief designer Darrell Behmer and his team had the advantage of working from a vehicle that has been welcomed by consumers and consumer groups. "Our approach was to build on the strengths of Milan - to improve, rather than reinvent," said Behmer. "In terms of design, we wanted to clarify the design, making it cleaner and more modern."
The exterior design changes focused on the grill, fenders, hood, fascias and front and rear. The chin is pushed forward and the fascia has been knocked down to give the 2010 Mercury Milan more sporty look. These changes and the important work of the floor cleaner, the car more aerodynamic.
With all models, the team created interior design more modern look with metallic finish technique on the new dashboard, bringing through the center console, doors and steering wheel. The new dashboard is finished with smooth skin and upper and lower plastic much softer than its Japanese competitors. A new design leather-wrapped steering wheel with a palm swell tight fit, and the lever again, and packed and padded armrests were added, increasing the sportiness of Milan and comfort to all the key points of the strength of contact.