2010 Mercury Milan Values
Select a 2010 Mercury Milan trim level
2010 model year changes
The Mercury Milan has undergone some significant changes for 2010. Chief among them is the addition of a new gas/electric hybrid model to the lineup, which Mercury claims will deliver 41 mpg city/36 mpg highway, making it the most fuel-efficient midsize sedan in America. Elsewhere in the Milan model range, the standard 4-cylinder gets a bump in displacement from 2.3 to 2.5 liters, helping horsepower climb from 160 to 175. The 3.0-liter V6 jumps from 221 horsepower to 240. Both engines boast improved fuel economy. Exterior styling has been refined to offer a more sophisticated, up-market appearance, while interiors sport a more contemporary look with metallic finishes and an all-new instrument panel. The Milan starts around $21,000, with the hybrid priced at $27,500.
Sophisticated styling; comfortable ride; roomy interior; excellent fuel economy (hybrid); ample power (V6)
Special features for 2010
The redesigned Mercury Milan ups the ante among midsize sedans. With a new hybrid model delivers over 40 mpg in the city, as well as a new 4-cylinder and revised V6 promise more power and better efficiency. All improvements that indicate the Milan is aimed squarely at the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry.