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Mercury Milan Powertrain and Chassis Lemon Odds and Nada Odds for the Year Ending June 30, 2018

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Year Make/Model Nada Odds per 100 Cars Lemon Odds per 100 Cars    
39 vehicles, 11.4 months per vehicle, 88500 miles driven2011 Mercury Milan
[?] see reported repairs
  39 vehicles, 11.4 months per vehicle, 88500 miles driven
69 vehicles, 11.6 months per vehicle, 100300 miles driven

Refreshed for this model year.
2010
Mercury Milan
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  69 vehicles, 11.6 months per vehicle, 100300 miles driven

Refreshed for this model year.
25 vehicles, 11.8 months per vehicle, 109600 miles driven2008 Mercury Milan Join or sign in to view   see reported repairs
  25 vehicles, 11.8 months per vehicle, 109600 miles driven
26 vehicles, 11.3 months per vehicle, 121500 miles driven2007 Mercury Milan Join or sign in to view   see reported repairs
  26 vehicles, 11.3 months per vehicle, 121500 miles driven

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Mercury Milan Lemon Odds and Nada Odds

Other sources of Mercury Milan reliability information provide only averages, which can conceal as much as they reveal. So we also report the percentage of Mercury Milans with no repairs at all in the past year and the percentage of Mercury Milans that are lemons (required three or more repair trips in the past year). These figures might surprise you.

These stats are promptly updated four times a year, to closely track Mercury Milan lemon odds as the cars age. Others can be over a year behind. Only TrueDelta tells you how reliable the Mercury Milan has been recently.

To see how frequently Mercury Milan problems occur, check out our car reliability stats.

What Our Members Are Saying about the Brand Reputation of the Mercury Milan

Mercury Milan Brand Reputation: Cons
YearBody/PowertrainComment
2009 4dr Sedan 221-horsepower 3.0L V6
6-speed automatic FWD
Persistent rumors that Ford will drop the line; Sable has already been dropped. The Milan Premier, although touted by Mercury as an upscale car, is nothing more than a re-badged Fusion and not as comfortable as my 2000 Taurus. see full Mercury Milan review
2008 4dr Sedan 160-horsepower 2.3L I4
5-speed automatic FWD
Ford is not known for beating the Japanese in reliability. But at the time I bought this the Milan was rated more trouble free than Camry by consumer reports. I have only added gas and oil. It runs the same at 54K as 18K. see full Mercury Milan review