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Lincoln MKZ

Though Lincoln released a "Z" model in the late 1930s, the MKZ is unrelated. First introduced to the on the market in 2005, this mid-size entry-level sedan has become a quick favorite in the Lincoln lineup. One of its least expensive models, the MKZ is currently priced around $29,950, making it an affordable alternative to higher priced luxury sedans. With its sleek exterior, ample interior space, and luxurious upgrades, the MKZ replaced the LS for the maker.

First referred to as the Lincoln Zephyr, the model took on its new badge in 2006. The four-door model is equipped with either a 3.0L or 3.5L Duratec V6. But with only a six-speed automatic transmission available, some buyers have sought more customizable models. With an all-new independent suspension introduced for the 2007 model year, the Lincoln MKZ became a fierce competitor in its category.

Though the MKZ has not seen many interior feature upgrades since its inception, it continues to have more luxury upgrades than most other models by the maker. A 17-speaker 600 watt THX audio system provides the MKZ with a clear, surround sound-type experience. A voice-activated navigation unit can be added, and power accessories like a moonroof.

The 2007 model year meant some minor tweaks for the Lincoln MKZ like the addition of 17-inch alloy wheels and a new chrome waterfall grille. The addition of the new front grille gave the MKZ an entirely fresh look that made it appear to be more luxurious and elegant. Recently, rumors have been passed around that the maker's parent company, Ford, plans to introduce a hybrid version of the model, which will put it into an entirely new category. However, Ford has yet to confirm or deny the gossip. Nevertheless, critics claim that without new hybrid technology, the Lincoln MKZ could quickly fall flat on the market. Other buzz indicates a possible revamp for the model in one of the upcoming model years; nevertheless, Lincoln has not released any information regarding a makeover for the model.

Though the Lincoln MKZ has not gotten as much press as some of the maker's other models, the vehicle has still seen its fifteen minutes of fame. Featured on the popular television gameshow The Price is Right, players competed to win both black and white versions of the model. Also, the recent release of the movie Crash and Burn garnered a bit of attention for the model, as it utilized the MKZ as a background car in the film.

Lincoln MKZ Reviews by Year

2012 Lincoln MKZ
Lincoln is known to be the newest face of luxury vehicles. Just when everything else seems to fall down, Lincoln can still come up with a way to improve sophistication through the years in developing its cars. Now, if you’re looking for a stylish ride which can take you anywhere and can make heads turn as you drive through the roads, you’ll definitely want to consider getting a 2012 Lincoln MKZ.

The 2012 Lincoln MKZ is just about every person’s dream car. It is very comfortable and you can handle it without hassle.

What’s great about the 2012 Lincoln MKZ?

● It is available in two trim levels, the base (V6) and Hybrid.

● It has 17-inch wheels, fog lights, keyless entry with an outside keypad, tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, cruise control, rearview mirrors, dual-zone automatic climate control, leather upholstery, eight-way power front seats (heated and ventilated), driver seat memory system, nine-speaker sound system with six-CD changer, auxiliary/USB audio jacks and satellite radio.

● You can have a navigation system if you wish, and it has a Sirius Travel Link Service. more
2010 Lincoln MKZ
The 2010 Lincoln MKZ is the high-class relative to the Ford Fusion and the Mercury Milan. It offers you loads of luxurious toys, awesome power, superior handling - and a lot of potential to make anyone that you desire to take notice.
2009 Lincoln MKZ
The stylistic advances of the 2009 Lincoln MKZ make one associate it with luxurious midsize sedans like the Cadillac CTS, Toyota Avalon , Nissan Maxima and the Acura TL.
2008 Lincoln MKZ
The 2008 Lincoln MKZ four-door, mid-sized luxury sedan has room for five and is available as both a FWD and AWD model. The MSRPs range from $30,175 to $32,045.
2007 Lincoln MKZ
The 2007 Lincoln MKZ is available as a FWD model for $29,950 and an AWD for $31,820. Both are powered by a 3.5 liter, 24-valve V6 as an automatic transmission with six speeds and overdrive.
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