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Mercury Milan vs Ford Fusion

For those of you wondering about the differences between the Milan and the Fusion, this review from goes over them in some detail.  Of course the major difference is the grill:

The review says, "When we got the chance to drive the Fusion ... we came away impressed, although some of you found the new, larger three-bar grille even more obnoxious than the original."

What do you think?  Is the Fusion grill obnoxious?

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I don't care what anyone says, I LOVE the way the Fusion looks. The only bad thing about it is that it makes it VERY easy for cops to give you a ticket on the freeway with it.

April 22, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterMilan

BTW - A Ford PR told us that the Fusion and Milan have different suspension tunings.The Mercury Milan is tuned for more isolation and a smoother ride. The Fusion has more of a sporty ride. I can confirm this as I drove both over the same course. The Milan will have an even better ride if you replace the Michelin Pilot HX MXM4 tires with Yokohama Avid TRZ's, which is what I plan to do. The Milan also has more sound insulation used. I have the Ford service DVD for this car and it's amazing all the stuff the Milan shares with the Lincoln MKZ.

April 22, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterMilan

What really sets the Fusion Hybrid apart from other cars on the road is its instrument cluster, a customizable LCD featuring well-designed graphics to let you know how the car is performing. There are four presets showing different types of virtual gauges and information. We found it easy to switch between different modes without having to consult a manual. There is really nothing like it on the road, and we applaud Ford for taking such a bold step, which will surely get some backlash from purists who favor analog gauges. But those people probably wouldn't be interested in a hybrid, anyway.
Ford Fusion Reviews

November 25, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterFord Fusion Reviews

I took a distinguished crowd (read: retirees) inside the 2010 Fusion to gauge their reaction. I had a 6-foot 5-inch senior sitting comfortably in the second thanks to the 37.1-inches of rear legroom – with a full house of five passengers, too. They ogled over the sizable trunk space. They loved the dual-zone climate control.
Ford Fusion Review

March 14, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterJanice

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