Mercury Milan dimensions
Latest model: Mercury Milan Sedan (2011)
Length: 189 (in) = 4801 (mm)
Width: 72.2 (in) = 1834 (mm)
Height: 56.9 (in) = 1445 (mm)
Compare Mercury Milan dimensions to: Ford Fusion, Honda Accord, Toyota Camry
Mercury Milan details:
The 2011 Mercury Milan provides a mix of style, convenience and drivability that make it surprisingly competitive in the crowded midsize sedan segment. Mercury Milan Sedan offers the following pros: Spacious passenger cab, nimble handling and convenient ride, all-wheel-drive feature, respectable fuel efficiency with four-cylinder motor. Mercury Milan Sedan drawbacks are: Four-cylinder motor sounds unrefined under harsh acceleration, electric performance steering doesn't provide much feedback, button-happy dashboard .
The 2011 Mercury Milan is a midsize sedan available in base or Premier trims. The base comes traditional with 16-inch alloy wheels, keyless entry (via either the key fob or an external safety keypad), cruise control, air-conditioning, an eight-way performance driver bench, 60/40-split back seatings, a leather-wrapped tilt-and-telescoping helm with optional controls, and a six-speaker audio with a CD player, radio and an optional stereo slot. The Sun & Sync suite adds a sunroof, auto-dimming mirror and Sync (available separately), which contains Ipod integration, Bluetooth and three years of Traffic, Directions and Data services.
The Premier adds 17-inch alloys, foglamps, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, dual-zone automatic conditioning, performance heated front seatings, leather upholstery, original dashboard trim and Sync. The Premier's Driver's Vision suite adds a blind-spot warning system, rearview camera and rain-sensing wipers. The Moon & Tune suite adds a sunroof and 12-speaker Sony surround-sound system. The Look suite is actually much more, with 18-inch wheels, a sport-tuned suspension, original look trim and leather upholstery. Parking sensors are auxillary on both trims. .