Ford Motor Co. says the Mercury Milan sedan will cost slightly more than its Ford Div. counterpart. The Milan, equipped with a 2.3L 4-cyl. engine , starts at $18,995 and runs $1,000 more than the Ford Fusion. Both vehicles bow this fall and ride on Ford’s CD3 platform, shared by the $29,995 Lincoln Zephyr and the Mazda6, which costs $560 more than the Milan. (See related story: Ford Fusion Undercuts Asian Competitors) Like the Fusion, the Milan carries an optional 3L V-6 mill that is ...

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