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Old 02-17-2007, 07:25 PM
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I started shopping for a Ford Fusion. I wanted a Merlot Red with a Black Leather interior, and there were only 2 of that combination located in Florida- an I4 in Tampa and a V6 in Homestead.

So while I was figuring out if I wanted to buy a car unseen, I decided to look at the Milan. I always looked at Mercury products as an old man's car, but the Milan changed my mind, and the V6 Premier was competitive with the Fusion SEL.

While at the dealership, I came across a brand new 2006 Mercury Milan leftover so right away, I saw dollar signs in my favor- especially as the last 2006 on the lot of all the car lines..

2006 Mercury Milan V6 Premier with Safety and Comfort packages.
$20,500 + taxes, reg, and $499 dealer fee. Sticker was $25,995.

Love the car, but only getting 20 MPG after first 1200 miles. Hoped to get better mileage, but I love driving the car!
 
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Old 03-30-2007, 08:18 PM
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I hope you enjoy your new car. The Milan shouldn't be competitive with the fusion. It is a step up in the quality of materials. So, it should be better.
 
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Old 04-08-2007, 05:22 AM
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Just bought in April....07 Milan Premier AWD V6 paid $22500 stickered for something like 25,500
 
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Paid 27,000 for my AWD Premier 2007 v6. Sticker price 29,500Loaded with navigation system, satelllite radio, power moon roof, heated leather seats, auto climate control everything buy the kitchen sink and daytime running lights. Picked it up 3/24 couldn't pass up ths 2.9 financing. White with tan interior. Info says I am getting 20.4 mpg at this point. I do mostly highway driving probably about 80-20 (80 hwy 20 local ) really love it I have had people stop me to admire it. parked next to my bosses lexuses350 it looks every bit as nice if not nicer that the lexus in style Edited by: sbrandon
 
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Old 07-03-2007, 11:41 AM
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I got the V4 Milan 2007 and paid $19.9K I LOVE the car! Loaded with all the extras.. MP3 player radio and 6 month Satellite!
Really good on gas and peppy for a 4 cyl.


 
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Old 07-12-2007, 10:16 AM
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This is my first FoMoCo purchase in 21 years. Previously, I bought an off-lease 1984 Mercury Topaz in June, 1986. Fortunately, I was able to return the vehicle under New York State's lemon law.


Just about a month ago, I bought a 2007 Mercury Milan Premier I4 with the 5-speed manual, heated leather seats, power moonroof, and Sirius satellite radio. It is black/black. I walked into the dealership with a printout of the car that I wanted (approximately 100 miles away). The salesman took my printout (I kept a copy for myself) and checked to see if it was available. It was!


We then discussed price. The sticker was $22695. He subtracted $750 which was the Ford division rebate amount; the Mercury discount/rebate at the time was $195 (why even bother?). He offered Ford Motor Credit with 2.9 financing (60 months) and the deal was done.


So far, so good. I am angry with DaimlerChrysler for dropping virtually all manual transmissions in lieu of CVT's. Other than FoMoCo, my options were limited to Honda Accord EX-L and Toyota Camry SE (if purchased in the southeast). These were more money and didn't offer fog lights with the manual.


One gripe that I have with the Milan is that the navigation system wasn't available with the manual (same with Fusion; but is with theMazda6). I've heard that it will be available in this combo for '08).











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Old 07-17-2007, 04:39 PM
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that is HORRIBLE mileage, why would you waste your money on such a thing? i get over 23 driving in the mountains at home and over 26 hwy. and i actually have interior space and a trunk, unlike you.
 
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Old 07-17-2007, 05:42 PM
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Mileage is now 19/25. I'm happy with that.


Tell us what you're driving at 23/26. It's easy to throw stones, but if you're driving an '86 Escort, I'd rather have the V6 power.


I don't know what you're talking about with regards to space. The trunk holds 3 large suitcases, and my 6'3" son sits in the back all the time with headroom to spare.


Did you come here just to start trouble?


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im driving a 1993 grand marquis with 160k
 
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