full size - sedan
Although it doesn’t have the edgy styling of the Mondeo the new Montego is still one stylish car in its own way. From the front this mid-sized Mercury is a bit boring but from the rear it’s all game when it comes to style. The front of the Montego features large Mercury styled grille, which seems to flow up from the bottom of the bumper to the hood line. Mercury has done a fine job with the look of the grille and how it flows form one area on the front to another. Next to the grille sits an oddly shaped set of headlamps, which seem to overshadow everything else on the front of the car. The front headlamps seem to resemble that of the Nissan Sentra, where they look great unlike the look they give to the front of the Montego.
One area Mercury has done well with is that of the wheels, which give the car a more upscale and smooth riding look. Around the beautifully styled wheels are the nicely featured wheel wells, which add a comfort look to the car. From the top of the front wheel wells you can follow a nicely designed guideline, which flows, from one end of the car to the other, and around the back to the other side of the car. The rear of the car is where Mercury really spent a lot of there time. Adding a rear lip to the rear of the car to reduce drag, has added a splash of sport appeal to the rear of the Montego. The rear tail lamps is where the Montego really hit it big with their rather sporting appeal and a touch of class, these rear tail lights are the best design to go with the rest of the car. With the introduction of its first mid-sized car this century, Mercury really seems to be back in the automotive game, and is showing no let down in there creativity.