There is only one trim available on the Mercury Milan Hybrid Sedan. Fortunately it comes fairly well loaded and with a host of additional options that can be had. Every one of these hybrids start with a set of alloy wheels that are 17 inches. Added onto this are sensors in the rear for parking, head lamps that work automatically and fog lamps and a keyless entry system with a keypad code on the outside. Inside the cabin there are even more standard features. There is the traditional cruise control, but there is also more than that. Climate control, a leather steering wheel with tilting and telescoping and powered front seats that offer a multitude of ways to adjust them all help to deck out the interior. Standard upholstery is a cloth that is eco-friendly and the gauges are all in LCD. The front windows feature a one touch power control and the rearview mirror dims automatically. There is even a power outlet inside the cabin. Of course the electronics are about as modern as they get. Each Milan comes with the Sync system standard. That includes Bluetooth and an iPod interface. The stereo system has a six disc CD/MP3 changer, an auxiliary jack, satellite radio and six speakers.
Options on the Mercury Milan Hybrid Sedan are as varied as the standard features. Buyers can upgrade the interior to leather and add heat to the front seats. They can also add in a rear spoiler. The Moon & Tune package will give them a sunroof and a better sound system that features surround sound and twelve speakers. It is also possible to add HD radio, a navigation system, digital music storage and Sirius Travel Link. Adding on the Driver's Vision package will include wipers that sense the rain, a warning system for the blind spot, a camera with a rearview and a cross traffic alert system.