2014 Lincoln MKZ
40,421 Miles
$21,787

Springfield, PA
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2016 Lincoln MKZ
9,750 Miles
$28,495

Conshohocken, PA
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2012 Lincoln MKZ
56,880 Miles
$12,995

Tempe, AZ
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2014 Lincoln MKZ
31,286 Miles
$21,995

Wichita, KS
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2016 Lincoln MKZ
5,784 Miles
$25,991

San Antonio, TX
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2013 Lincoln MKZ
37,480 Miles
$17,995

Portsmouth, NH
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2017 Lincoln MKZ
7,308 Miles
$33,995

Portsmouth, NH
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2014 Lincoln MKZ
37,729 Miles
$20,999

Mendota, IL
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2015 Lincoln MKZ
19,735 Miles
$26,540

Doylestown, PA
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2016 Lincoln MKZ
17,660 Miles
$29,498

Vandalia, OH
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2013 Lincoln MKZ
45,623 Miles
$19,995

Philadelphia, PA
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2014 Lincoln MKZ
58,442 Miles
$18,993

Abilene, TX
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2017 Lincoln MKZ
6,503 Miles
$32,995

Portsmouth, NH
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2014 Lincoln MKZ
46,782 Miles
$19,895

Portsmouth, NH
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2014 Lincoln MKZ
30,638 Miles
$20,495

Portsmouth, NH
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2011 Lincoln MKZ
57,728 Miles
$11,547

Conshohocken, PA
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2011 Lincoln MKZ
47,860 Miles
$14,559

Conshohocken, PA
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2012 Lincoln MKZ
59,947 Miles
$12,899

Austin, TX
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2015 Lincoln MKZ
18,620 Miles
$26,999

Vandalia, OH
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2015 Lincoln MKZ
19,557 Miles
$22,322

Indianapolis, IN
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Lincoln MKZ Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.1
Value
3.8
Performance
4.0
Style
4.6
Comfort
4.3
Fuel Economy
3.5
Maintenance
4.1

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Lincoln MKZ Owner Ratings & Reviews

2015 Lincoln MKZ - Not worth the extra money - unless you love to look stylish.

Long Beach, California
Overall
4.0
Value
2.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
3.0
I had driven a rental 2015 Ford Fusion, which is the underlying base for the Lincoln MKZ, and I was impressed. So when it came time to lease a new car I thought the MKZ, even in its lower-level trim without the extra bells and whistles would be an impressive upgrade. It definitely delivers in this respect when it comes to the style and body. It is very sleek and stylish and looks futuristic. Matthew McConaughey made it look cool in the commercials. The interior is slightly upgraded but I came to find there is literally nothing different about the infotainment system nor for that matter the way the cabin is styled with plastic (along with leather seats and a few leather outfitted spots...It felt just like the Fusion. Very little separation between the two. It took me awhile driving the ... (more)
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I took this car down the Malibu mountain pass and it was fun and very smooth. Felt like I was cruising in luxury.
Pros
Smooth ride makes it luxurious enough. Sexy cabin design but with plastic paneling on the dash and behind seats. Pretty decent fuel economy for a large car. Very nice exterior design.
Cons
Not the greatest fuel economy, not much different than the Ford Fusion internally. Unimpressive cabin materials, complicated infotainment system, and limited headroom in the back seat. Could be more responsive and agile despite being very smooth.

2015 Lincoln MKZ - 2015 Lincoln MKZ

Collierville, Tennessee
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
Most of the time Lincoln’s are looked at as strictly luxury cars. When I was growing up, year after year, that is what my grandmother would buy or lease. However, the Lincoln MKZ is not the same type of car my grandmother had. It’s still a luxury car, but it’s almost a sports car first then the luxury car. Previous years of MKZ looked like a Ford Fusion twin, but the 2015 was all original. The smooth and sleek styling, along with small touches like the LED lighting and swooping roof line, makes the car very appealing and eye catching. Along with the attractive looks of the MKZ, you can still get a responsible fuel economy. The V6 all wheel drive model will maintain 21 mpg combined. Compared to other vehicles of same type of concept that is much better. Possibly the coolest part of th... (more)
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Got onto the highway and the was a car with 3 or 4 people next to me in a Honda Civic with one of those loud exhausts. They would pull even with my bumper then rev the engine and slow down a bit or speed up, and the repeat the process all over again. This went of for about 2 miles, until I opened the car up and drove past them in a quick manner. The car had no problem and it almost looked as t... (more)
Pros
Eye- catching design high fuel economy Standard features that would be extras on other vehicles.
Cons
Interior quality underwhelming smaller interior space.

2000 Lincoln MKZ - Nice Vehicle

Alafaya, Florida
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
4.0
I previously owned a 2000 Lincoln MKZ LS V6 Sedan. I was very happy with the vehicle. It was very comfortable. It was also very attractive. I was able to seat 5 people comfortably. The car got around 19 miles to the gallon. The vehicle had 4 nicely sized doors that were roomy enough to allow most people to fit easily into the vehicle. The 3.0 Liter, V6 engine allowed the car to have nice pick up and was speedy on the highway. Despite the fact that the vehicle was somewhat larger than others, it still had good maneuverability, It had a responsive automatic transmission. This vehicle was also made in the United States. The climate controls and radio were easy to access. During the time I owned the vehicle, I did not have any unexpected maintenance issues. I did my regular oil changes, re... (more)
Title
We had a good time driving it from Florida up to Niagara Falls.
Pros
The vehicle was attractive and comfortable. My vehicle did not require any major, unexpected repairs. The car was made in the United States. The resale value on the car was not bad. Engine size made for pretty decent pick up and the car seemed very good when maneuvering.
Cons
Although the inside of the vehicle was comfortable, I wish they would have used wood on the interior instead of mostly plastic. I would have had slightly better mile per gallon in the gasoline tank. I did need to attempt to speak with Ford regarding a warranty item and found them difficult to reach and somewhat unresponsive.