Lincoln MKC vs Lincoln MKZ Hybrid

2015 Lincoln MKC
2015 Lincoln MKC
$33,100MSRP
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2020 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid
2020 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid
$36,750MSRP
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2015 Lincoln MKC
$33,100MSRP
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2020 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid
$36,750MSRP
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MSRP

$33,100

MSRP

$36,750

Average price

$18,210

Average price

$16,965

Listings

1417

Listings

321
Ratings & Reviews
User Reviews
User Reviews

Expert reviews

7.2 out of 10

Expert reviews

Reviews Summary

If you’re looking to impress potential new customers with your luxury crossover, tossing a Mustang engine under the hood is a good start. Never mind that it’s not the V8—a turbo 4-cylinder doesn’t mean what it once did. The last time a Mustang had a turbo four was back in the mid-'80s with the SVO, a car my father actually owned. Also a 2.3-liter engine, the SVO managed just 175 hp and still impressed for the time. This time around we're looking at nearly 300, and with the torque to match. Add some sexy interior materials, an optional adaptive suspension, and a panoramic sunroof, and you’ve got a crossover that’s hard to ignore.

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Popular Features & Specs

Engine

Engine

2.0L 188 hp I4 Hybrid

Drive Train

Drive Train

FWD

Seating Capacity

5

Seating Capacity

5

Horsepower

Horsepower

188 hp @ 6000 rpm

EV Battery Capacity

EV Battery Capacity

1.4 kWh

MPG City

MPG City

42

MPG Highway

MPG Highway

39
2015 Lincoln MKC
2015 Lincoln MKC
$33,100MSRP
Overview
Overview
OverviewShop Now
2020 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid
2020 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid
$36,750MSRP
Overview
Overview
OverviewShop Now
2015 Lincoln MKC
$33,100MSRP
Overview
Overview
OverviewShop Now
2020 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid
$36,750MSRP
Overview
Overview
OverviewShop Now
Overview
MSRP
$33,100
$36,750
Average price
$18,210
$16,965
Listings
Ratings & Reviews
User reviews
4.7
4.5
Expert reviews

7.2 out of 10

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Summary
If you’re looking to impress potential new customers with your luxury crossover, tossing a Mustang engine under the hood is a good start. Never mind that it’s not the V8—a turbo 4-cylinder doesn’t mean what it once did. The last time a Mustang had a turbo four was back in the mid-'80s with the SVO, a car my father actually owned. Also a 2.3-liter engine, the SVO managed just 175 hp and still impressed for the time. This time around we're looking at nearly 300, and with the torque to match. Add some sexy interior materials, an optional adaptive suspension, and a panoramic sunroof, and you’ve got a crossover that’s hard to ignore.
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Popular Features & Specs
Engine
2.0L 188 hp I4 Hybrid
Drive Train
FWD
Seating Capacity
5
5
Horsepower
188 hp @ 6000 rpm
EV Battery Capacity
1.4 kWh
MPG City
42
MPG Highway
39
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