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2006 Mercury Milan Mid-Size Sedan

Newest nameplate at Mercury is a four-door mid-size sedan that tucks in size beneath Montego. Crisp body styling for Milan incorporates Mercury design cues like a waterfall grille and satin aluminum finishes. Read More »

2007 Mercury Mariner Hybrid Compact Sport Utility Vehicle

The Mercury Mariner Hybrid looks almost exactly like the normal Mariner but is more environmentally friendly. The only noticeable difference is a badge on the side and rear of the SUV. Inside, unique gauges and an LCD screen set the hybrid Mariner apart from its gasoline-only counterpart. They feel very similar from the driver's seat, which is a good thing. Read More »

2006 Mercury Montego Mid-Size Sedan

This could have been a great car. Unfortunately, it lacks the pizzazz of competitors like the Chrysler 300 and even its smaller cousin, the Ford Fusion. Thankfully, Mercury gave the Montego's interior proper styling. It comes with a long list of upscale equipment at a low price, offering guilt-free comfort for people who want a luxury car without the luxury cost. Read More »

2006 Mercury Mountaineer Full Size Sport Utility

New styling on the Mountaineer makes it look more closely related to the rest of the Mercury family, including the Milan sedan. Its square, utilitarian shape is still awfully similar to the Ford Explorer. The Mountaineer has a cool new door release handle that's shaped to match the natural contour of a person's hand. While it makes opening the door easier, it also forces the door pull to be mounted several inches lower than normal so it's harder to pull shut. Read More »