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By Cars.com Staff
September 27, 2013
Redesigned last year, the Lincoln MKZ shares its platform with the Ford Fusion midsize sedan but has different styling and unique features, including an automatic transmission operated by five dashboard buttons instead of a shift lever. It is available with front- or all-wheel drive and with a turbocharged four-cylinder or V-6 engine. A hybrid version is also offered. Competitors include the Acura TL and Lexus ES.
Six-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters
Front-wheel drive; available all-wheel drive
Eight standard airbags
Electronic stability system
Available blind spot warning system
Available lane departure warning
Available inflatable rear seat belts
Available backup camera
Available rear parking sensors
MKZ Hybrid The MKZ Hybrid uses a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, an electric motor powered by lithium-ion batteries and a continuously variable automatic transmission. The MKZ Hybrid gets an EPA-estimated 45 mpg in both city and highway driving.
Total system output of 188 hp
Uses regular gas
Same starting price as gas-only MKZ
Similar standard and available features as regular MKZ