2016 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid consumer reviews

$35,190 starting MSRP
side view of 2016 MKZ Hybrid Lincoln
100% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 5.0
  • Interior design 4.8
  • Performance 4.5
  • Value for the money 4.8
  • Exterior styling 4.8
  • Reliability 4.9
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Love My New Lincoln

Really enjoy my new Lincoln MKZ...Smooth Ride ...This is My 7th Lincoln since 1994 and I still own 4 of the 7 bought. I drive around 35-to 40 Thousand miles per year and I would not want to drive anything else. After 8 Hours a Day in a Car I know my body would hurt at the end of the day if I drove anything but a Lincoln.


Luxury with great technology

Fully loaded with all the latest technology, my hybrid MXZ 2016 achieves a high level of performance! Great exterior design and a well laid out dash with intuitive functionality, I made a great decision. I was about to purchase my third ES 350 Lexus, hybrid version when I took a look at Lincoln. Glad I did.


most luxurious I have ever owned

Unbelievable. features and options. Was attracted to the styling, but the features have sold me. Convenience, mood lighting are great, lane departure warning, sync technology, tech package are super, a car that parallel parks it self, really? heated seats and steering wheel as well as remote start and heated mirrors, rain sensing wipers. and smart phone app that helps locate car in large parking lots, or give real time vehicle status or schedule service appointments. Only down side is so much to learn, takes time to master all the features. And on top of all of it is it's a hybrid with ~40 mpg economy and the same price as standard mkz. My wife and I love the luxury, style , comfort.


Go with the Reserve Package!

I purchased this new 2016 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid with the Reserve package over the other modles quite simply because of the heated steering wheel (essential for Wisconsin winters) and air conditioned front seats. The heated rear seats is a nice touch; no longer will my passengers in the rear seats complain about freezing their buts off in the winter! I would recommend this model because it's only about 5-10K more than the base. The comfort is worth the price After noticing that Toyota was going down-hill fast in options and quality, Lincoln seemed to be the best option. We bought a Navigator this last spring and loved it. (the thing's built like a tank). So no brainer.