Mercury Milan

Mercury Milan
2006 Mercury Milan Premier
ManufacturerMercury (Ford)
ProductionAugust 1, 2005[1]–December 17, 2010
Model years2006–2011
AssemblyMexico: Hermosillo, Sonora (Hermosillo Stamping & Assembly)
Body and chassis
Body style4-door sedan
LayoutFF layout
All-wheel drive
PlatformFord CD3 platform
RelatedFord Fusion
Lincoln Zephyr/MKZ
Engine2.3 L Duratec 23 I4
2.5 L Duratec 25 I4
3.0 L Duratec 30 V6
Transmission5-speed Mazda G5M manual
6-speed Mazda G6M manual
5-speed Mazda FNR5 automatic
6-speed Aisin TF-80 automatic
6-speed Ford 6F35 automatic
Aisin CVT
Wheelbase107.4 in (2,728 mm)
Length191.4 in (4,862 mm) (2006–2009)
189.0 in (4,801 mm) (2010)
Width72.2 in (1,834 mm)
Height2006: 55.8 in (1,417 mm)
2007–2010: 57.2 in (1,453 mm)
Hybrid: 56.9 in (1,445 mm)
PredecessorMercury Mystique (compact)
Mercury Sable (mid-size)

The Mercury Milan is a mid-size car that was marketed by the Mercury division of Ford Motor Company. Named after Milan, an Italian city, the Milan was sold across the 2006 to 2011 model years across a single generation. The smaller of two model lines developed to replace the Mercury Sable, indirectly succeeding the Mercury Mystique as the smallest Mercury sedan.

Unveiled at the 2005 Chicago Auto Show, the Milan was the first new Mercury sedan nameplate introduced since 1995 and would become the final nameplate introduced by the division. Coinciding with the 2010 closure of Mercury, the Milan ended sales after a shortened 2011 model year; the final vehicle was produced on December 17, 2010.[2] The Milan was sold in the United States (including Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands), Mexico, and the Middle East.

Throughout its production, the Milan was produced alongside the Ford Fusion at Hermosillo Stamping & Assembly in Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico.

  1. ^ Binder, Alan K, ed. (2006). Ward's Automotive Yearbook 2006. Ward's Communications, Inc. p. 102.
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-03-11. Retrieved 2010-11-19.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link) El Financiero (November 18, 2010)