For the new model year, the 2020 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid is no longer a no-cost option. Previously, the MKZ Hybrid shared the same starting price tag as the non-hybrid variant, but that changes for 2020. Now, the MZK Hybrid is only available in a single Reserve trim that’s $5,750 more than the entry-level non-hybrid MKZ.
Despite the disappearance of a base model, the MKZ Hybrid is still a great value option. It’s also one of the few luxury hybrid sedans on the market. The compromise for its value and excellent fuel economy come at the expense of performance – the MKZ Hybrid has very little of that – and an interior that doesn’t live up to other Lincolns.