The 2010 Mercury Milan Hybrid was unveiled at last November's Los Angeles Auto Show to considerable fanfare. Although it is nearly identical to its Ford Fusion counterpart, especially under the skin and between the axles, up front it's an entirely different story. The Milan is equipped with the standard vertical bar grille, but there's more to making a Mercury than a nose job and new badges.
At the front, the Milan Hybrid's new nose is a bit more rounded, with the area surrounding the grille now standing out a bit from the bumper. Even with the major refresh for this year, the basic profile of the Milan hasn't changed. Inside, the Milan is also similar to the Fusion. Nice, soft-touch materials and logically laid out controls are the theme inside, and the front seats are very comfortable too. Mercury has proven that it can successfully take a hybrid car and still provide a top of the line vehicle that's comfortable to ride in.