2010 Mercury Milan- In Detail
A video of my mom's car, the 2010 Mercury Milan.
Engine: 2.5L Aluminum I4 EFI- Gasoline
Transmission: 6-Speed Automatic
Drive: FF - Front Engine/ Front Wheel Drive
Platform: Fusion- Milan
Size/ Class: Luxury Mid-size
Things that were not mentioned:
-Front Wheel Positive Traction
-Security/ Anti- Theft Alarm w/ Engine Immobilizer
2006 Mercury Milan "Top Out"
This is an 06 Milan with a 3.0L Duratech V6. Very quick for a V6 sucks it
only does 110. I got it up to 45 ish then smashed the pedal as hard as I
could. Enjoy! First video I put up on here please rate and comment...sorry
for how quiet the audio is...
2011 Mercury Milan 3.0 V6 MagnaFlow Exhaust
This is the "After" video. So that you can hear the MagnaFlows. The stock
mufflers and resonator were removed and the MagnaFlows were installed.
Before I had them put in I had temporary pipes put in where the mufflers
were to give me an idea of the sound with just the Cat and Resonator. On
acceloration, it was very aggressive sounding. Almost too loud. The
bigger problem was that at cruising speed a very harsh drone filled the
car. This was totally not acceptable. I went back to the shop after than,
and had the Magnaflows put in, leaving the resonator installed. Too quiet.
So I had it taken out. Basically this left the cat and about 80% of the
original piping. Currently there is no commercially available cat back
replacement system for the Milan so this was the next best, making use of
components already on the car. I want to thank Dray and his team at the
"Muffler Man" shop in Apopka FL. Even on a busy Saturday, they took the
time needed to do a top notch job.
StreetGlow L.E.D. Underbody and Wheel Well Kit
Here's a giant middle finger to every hater back home that said my car
would never become show quality. It may not be there yet but this video
proves that it's definitely on the way.
Part 1. More up to date videos on the way.
This video shows a few of the colors and patterns the L.E.D Underbody and
Wheel Well kit can do.
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2010 Mercury Milan Hybrid
The good: The power train in the 2010 Mercury Milan Hybrid is a remarkable
bit of engineering, economical and satisfying. The stellar combination of
Sync and Sirius Travel Link gets complemented by a new blind-spot warning
system, and the instrument panel is like nothing available in other cars.
The bad: Our minor complaints include body roll in turns and a bland
The bottom line: As a tech car, the 2010 Mercury Milan Hybrid hits all the
right notes, providing comfortable and economical driving while offering an
incredible array of convenience for the driver and passengers with its