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Central in Lincoln's campaign to reassert itself as a premium brand, the stylish 2013 MKZ further distances itself from the Ford Fusion, with which it shares a platform.
This year, the MKZ takes a major leap forward with vastly upgraded interior craftsmanship, and a package of suspension and steering enhancements know as Lincoln Drive Control. Standard features include genuine wood trim, power 10-way heated leather seats, remote start, and My Lincoln Touch, a customizable interface for controlling audio and communications via voice or steering wheel-mounted buttons.
Interestingly, the MKZ's standard automatic transmission has no gear shift. Instead, drivers select gears through a series of buttons on the control panel; we haven't seen this feature on cars since the early 1960s. The MKZ also sets itself apart with the largest retractable glass roof on any midsize sedan; a regular single-panel sunroof is also available.
Lincoln offers a choice between two gas engines: Ford’s 2.0 liter Ecoboost four-cylinder with 240 horsepower, and a 3.7-liter V6 good for an even 300 horsepower. Both the Ecoboost and the V6 use a six-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters, and AWD is available.
As before, there is no price difference between MKZ hybrids and comparably equipped gas-only models. The hybrid's 2.0 four-cylinder and electric motor produces 188 horsepower, and gets an impressive 45 mpg in city and highway driving. While the hybrid is bound to be slower than average for this class of automobile, its gas mileage is tops in the luxury field, and among the best regardless of class. It's a rather stunning achievement for a highly equipped, roomy sedan.
In addition to its eye-catching new styling, the 2013 Lincoln MKZ packs a lot of equipment into its reasonable base price. All models have 10-way power leather seats, genuine wood interior trim, remote start, MyLincoln Touch with programmable voice and steering wheel-mounted controls, universival garage door opener, six-speed automatic with paddle shifters, 18-inch wheels, and more. The standard engine is Ford's Ecoboost four cylinder with 240 horsepower, or you can have a hybrid setup that gets 45 mpg at no extra cost. A 3.7-liter gas V6 with 300 horsepower optional, as is AWD. A slate of premium options are available, which push the sticker price upward, but there's no denying the MKZ is fully equipped from the start.
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|Build & Price|
2014 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid$37,482 | 2,381 mi
2013 Lincoln MKZ$33,950 | 4,544 mi
2012 Lincoln MKZ$17,985 | 47,599 mi
2012 Lincoln MKZ$17,986 | 32,955 mi
2012 Lincoln MKZ$27,499 | 19,121 mi
2012 Lincoln MKZ$27,779 | 16,190 mi
2011 Lincoln MKZ$16,986 | 63,265 mi
2011 Lincoln MKZ$18,950 | 47,514 mi
2011 Lincoln MKZ$21,991 | 41,869 mi
2011 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid$22,985 | 31,921 mi
2011 Lincoln MKZ$24,401 | 24,206 mi
2010 Lincoln MKZ$15,950 | 60,717 mi
2010 Lincoln MKZ$16,900 | 35,143 mi
2010 Lincoln MKZ$18,893 | 44,753 mi
2010 Lincoln MKZ$20,999 | 20,368 mi
2008 LINCOLN MKZ$16,995 | 41,582 mi
2007 Lincoln MKZ$10,950 | 99,910 mi
2007 Lincoln MKZ$11,986 | no mileage
2007 Lincoln MKZ$15,995 | 49,097 mi
2007 Lincoln MKZ$15,999 | 62,292 mi
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