Lincoln MKZ Experts

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Lincoln MKZ Model Overview

Lincoln MKZ Questions

byrd5449
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Does Anyone Have An Opinion On Buying A Car With A Rebuilt Title If The Pri...

Thinking of purchasing a 2013 Lincoln mkz for 18000-19000 just about fully loaded but has a rebuilt title

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mlc823
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Is A Hybrid A Good Choice For Commute Of 100 Round Trip Per Day? I Put App...

Thinking about buying a 2011 Lincoln MKZ hybrid but will put a lot of miles on it over the next 4 - 5 years.

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_al0408
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I Have A Problem Reading (seeing) The Mph Speedometer

I live in Canada and do a lot of driving in the US. I don't understand why Lincoln did not consider a better conversion for km to mph readable on the speedometer in the daytime I am told I am the fi...

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mprh
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Why Isn't The Front Sensor Alert As Load Or Adjustable As All The Other Sen...

I am hearing disabled and purchased the mkz for all the loud sensors except for one. The front parking alert sensor is virtually unnoticeable and per Ford unadjustable. I took my test drive and al...

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Mwilky
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Where Is The Sirius Radio Modem Located

Want to use the factory Sirius antenna for aftermarket navigation

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About the Lincoln MKZ

The car now known as the MKZ has undergone enough recent name changes to make its head gasket spin. The mid-sized luxury sedan is descended from the rear-wheel-drive Lincoln LS, which was built on the Jaguar S-Type platform and debuted for the 2000 model year.
After a less-than-thrilling run of disappointing sales numbers, the LS became the front-wheel-drive Lincoln Zephyr for 2006. But then the maker's marketing minds decided to streamline their line's names into a letters-only scheme (except for the untouchable Navigator and Town Car), in hopes of attracting more - and younger - buyers.
So after just one year, the Zephyr became the MKZ, harking back to Lincoln's old (and beloved) Mark and Zephyr models and preserving the Zephyr's initial. It shows good promise among entry-level luxury sedans, standing out especially among the domestic competition.