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 aut...
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.