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Lincoln MKZ Model Overview

New Lincoln MKZ

2014 Lincoln MKZ Overview
New 2014 Lincoln MKZ For Sale
MSRP: $36,190 - $39,310
Invoice: $34,381 - $37,344
Used 2014 Lincoln MKZ For Sale
Avg. Used Price: $42,314

Lincoln MKZ Questions


I Have A 2008 Lincoln Mkz And It Is Squeaking Terribly, But Only Once I've ...

I have a 2008 Lincoln MKZ and it is squeaking terribly, but only once I've been driving it for a while. It doesn't do it when I first start out, so it's hard to get it to the dealer when it's doing i...

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Which Of The Lincoln Mk Series Is The Largest Size

is the the mkz the largest size car

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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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Justin Lamb

Can U Shut Off The Navagtion, Gps

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Headlights On 2013 Lincoln Mkz

When driving at night we always have multiple vehicles flashing their brights at us. As an example last night in a 100 mile round trip eight vehicles did this to us.

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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.