Lincoln's volume sedan:
The carryover 2020 MKZ continues arriving at dealers nationwide. It's 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. No replacement is planned.
Under the new Lincoln Promise program, buyers who finance or lease through Ford Credit can return their vehicle within one year if they lose their job. The customer's balance will be reduced by the trade-in value of the vehicle, plus any remaining amount owed, up to $15,000. The program runs through September 30 on all Lincoln vehicles, excluding commercial and fleet sales.
Current factory offers vary by region and will remain in effect through August 31, 2020 unless otherwise noted. Examples shown here are for California. It's possible Lincoln will enhance incentives ahead of Labor Day weekend.
Big savings on base model:
Cash offers on the 2020 MKZ have been concentrated on the entry-level Standard trim. In addition to a $1,000 factory rebate, Lincoln dealers are offering substantial in-house discounts. We're seeing total savings up to $7,000 on the Standard model.
You can combine your cash savings with this month's APR specials (see below).
What's up with leases:
There is no advertised lease special on the 2020 MKZ this month. According to Lincoln's online payment estimator, leases start at $396 for 36 months (10,500 miles a year) with $4,171 due at signing. The effective monthly cost of this lease works out to $512, which isn't a good value for this price class in our analysis.
We expect to see better deals this fall, when special offers will likely resume.
0% for 72:
Lincoln continues to offer 0% financing for 72 months throughout the 2020 MKZ lineup. You can combine it with this month's cash offers on the Standard model.