Lincoln's volume sedan:
The carryover 2020 MKZ continues arriving at dealers nationwide, and the 2019 MKZ remains on sale in decent numbers
The MKZ is usually kept in healthy supply, and pricing is generally favorable. You should have no problem finding one equipped the way you want. This entry also covers the MKZ Hybrid.
Production will end later this year as part of Ford's move away from passenger cars.
Current factory offers vary by region and will remain in effect through March 31, 2020 unless otherwise noted. Examples shown here are for California. Unlike some brands, Lincoln doesn't run specials for Presidents' Day.
Ways to save:
The factory rebate on the 2019 MKZ remains at $500, which is rather modest for this point in the model year. New this month is a $1,000 trade-in bonus for buyers with a vehicle to trade.
In addition, current Lincoln (or Ford) customers will receive a $1,000 loyalty bonus, bringing your potential savings on a 2019 MKZ to $2,500.
The 2020 MKZ carries a hefty $3,000 rebate, although it's available on the Standard trim only.
You can combine your cash with this month's APR specials (see below).
Major improvement on leases:
The 2019 MKZ in upmarket Reserve II trim now starts at $369 for 36 months (10,500 miles a year) with $3,594 due at signing. The effective monthly cost of this lease is $469, an excellent value for this price class.
This offer takes into account the $1,000 trade-in bonus. Without it, the cash at signing will be $1,000 higher, but you can still expect very good value.
The current lease offer on the 2020 MKZ Reserve is $399 a month with $3,724 at signing. The effective monthly cost works out to $502, a very good value in our analysis.
No interest + cash:
In addition to the cash offers, you can take advantage of 0% financing for 60 months or 1.9% for 72 months on the 2019 MKZ of your choice.
Surprisingly, Lincoln is offering 0% for 72 months on the 2020 MKZ. That's very unusual for this early stage of the model year.