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2007 Mercury Milan Trims

I4

Avg. Price: $9,019

The base-model I-4 trim presents an opportunity for a luxury-car seeker on a budget to get into a good-looking and well-appointed sedan. Its 2.3-liter, 160-horsepower Duratec engine is paired with 5-speed manual or available 5-speed automatic; fuel economy is rated at 23 city/31 highway

Standard features on this stylish front-wheel drive vehicle include cloth seats, an MP3-compatible audio system with single-CD player and 6 speakers, and 16-inch all-season tires with seven-spoke steel wheels. Mercury has outfitted the Milan with solid construction (extra-strength B-pillars, deformation zones, protective side-beams) and a full slate of safety equipment (ABS, front side air bags, side-curtains front and back).

It can be loaded up with a power moonroof, a navigation system, 16-inch spoked aluminum wheels, and a deluxe audio system with 6-CD changer - a further upgrade is available for 8 speakers and Sirius Satellite Radio. There are also two appearance packages available, the Wales Mahogany Wood Appearance Package, which upgrades the instrument panel and center panel with wood-look accents, and the Appearance Package, featuring a rear spoiler, fog lamps, 17-inch wheels, leather-wrapped steering wheel with Ice Blue stitching, Ice Blue Alcantara suede seat inserts with door trim inserts, and ice blue contrast stitching on seats and console (on certain exterior colors with dark charcoal interior).

Cargo is kept under control in the Milan, thanks to a large (15.8 cubic feet) trunk and ample compartments within the cabin. The interior and exterior are accented in satin aluminum.

I4 Premier

Avg. Price: $9,312

You might say it's a big fish in the very small I-4 pond. After all there are only two Milan I-4 trims, but this one is the Premier.

That means that in addition to the standard features found on the base I-4 you'll also get leather seats and an upgraded stereo with a 6-CD changer. Like the base I-4, though, there is no traction control.

The 2.3-liter, 160-horsepower I-4 engine is mated with a 5-speed manual or available 5-speed automatic. You can expect 23 city miles and 31 highway miles to the gallon. You should also expect to get to your destination in one piece, as the Milan is built with strong crumple zones, door beams, and extra-strength B-pillars, plus all of the safety equipment that is becoming more or less commonplace: ABS, a full array of air bags, including side-curtain units for both rows.

For a truly loaded I-4 Premier you can add a navigation system, a power moonroof with tilt feature, Sirius satellite radio, and an Appearance Package. That package ups the Milan's style quotient by adding a rear spoiler, 17-inch wheels, and fog lamps on the outside, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel and Ice Blue suede door and seat inserts as well as contrast stitching.

V6

Avg. Price: $10,323

If your definition of luxury includes a boost of power, you should consider the Milan V6. The 221 horses in its 24-valve powerplant are enough for a mid-sized sedan, and the 6-speed automatic transmission helps to bring its fuel economy closer to that of the four-cylinder.

Standard equipment on the V6 runs from dual chrome-tipped exhaust pipes to traction control. Cloth seats and 16-inch all-season tires with seven-spoke steel wheels come with it, as does an anti-theft system.

Mercury did not skimp on safety equipment. Besides the traction control and antilock brakes the Milan includes front air bags, front side air bags, and side-curtain units for front and back. The structure of the car was designed to protect, as it features crumple zones, extra-strong B-pillars, and protective beams within the doors. Numerous sensors detect the specifics of the crash and signal the safety features to respond precisely as needed.

This version of the Milan is the basic V6 trim, but you can add some options, such as a power moonroof and upgraded audio system that includes a 6-CD changer and Sirius Satellite Radio. A navigation system is also available.

For an extra injection of style, add on the Wales Mahogany package, which dresses up the interior panels, or the big Appearance Package, which adds a spoiler, fog lights, a leather-wrapped wheel, and Ice Blue suede panels on the seats.

V6 AWD

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Avg. Price: $10,309

You need your power and you need your all-wheel drive. As its name makes clear, the V6 AWD trim provides both.

The 3.0-liter Duratec 30 V6 is rated at 221 horsepower, which is sufficient for this mid-sized car. The 6-speed auto transmission increases fuel efficiency at higher speeds, and the independent suspension helps to make the ride feel great.

The Milan is built with strong crumple zones, protective door beams, and extra-strength B-pillars, plus all of the safety equipment that is becoming more or less commonplace in today's models: ABS, traction control, and a full array of air bags, including side-curtain units for both rows.

A moonroof comes with the standard package here, and you can add such comforts as leather seating and heaters for the front seats. Stereo upgrades add a 6-CD changer, more speakers, and Sirius Satellite Radio. A navigation system is also available.

The V6 AWD comes with 17-inch machined-aluminum wheels with 14 spokes. To add some flash to the interior, consider the Wales Mahogany Wood Appearance Package, which adds wood-look panels around the instruments and center controls.

V6 Premier

Avg. Price: $10,007

The Milan V6 Premier is the perfect choice for a young executive or anyone who enjoys a dose of comfort in a smaller sedan. As expected, the list of standard equipment includes stuff like leather seats.

The Premier package also includes fog lamps, dual chrome exhaust tips, and 17-inch all-season tires on 14-spoke machined-aluminum wheels. For safety, there's ABS, traction control, a full array of air bags, and various crash-severity sensors that help the equipment respond to the appropriate degree.

The V6's Premier's 3.0-liter engine puts out 221 horses and is mated to an efficiency-increasing 6-speed automatic transmission. The expected fuel economy is 20 city miles to the gallon and 28 on the highway.

Additional equipment available for this trim ranges from a navigation system and audio upgrades (Sirius Satellite Radio, a 6-CD changer, and additional speakers), a power moonroof, front-seat heaters, mahogany-look interior panels, and an Appearance Package. That grouping includes a rear spoiler, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and Ice Blue seating accents such as suede panels.

V6 Premier AWD

Avg. Price: $10,183

This is the ultimate Mercury Milan, as it presents all of the plush amenities you should expect of a trim called Premier, plus the safety-enhancing factor of all-wheel drive.

The 3.0-liter, 24-valve Duratec 30 V6 is rated at 221 horsepower, which is fine for this mid-sized car. The 6-speed auto transmission increases fuel efficiency at higher speeds, and the independent suspension helps to make the ride feel great. Traction control comes standard.

Other standard equipment includes leather upholstery, fog lamps, chrome-tipped dual exhaust, and 17-inch all-season tires on eye-catching 14-spoke aluminum wheels. You can add a moonroof, front-seat heates, a navigation system, and an upgraded stereo with Sirius Satellite Radio.

Mercury did not skimp on safety equipment. Besides the traction control and antilock brakes the Milan includes front air bags, front side air bags, and side-curtain units for front and back. The structure of the car was designed to protect, as it features crumple zones, extra-strong B-pillars, and protective beams within the doors. Numerous sensors detect the specifics of the crash and signal the safety features to respond precisely as needed.