2015 Lincoln MKZ
42,363 Miles | Miami, FL
$13,999
Est $202/mo

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2014 Lincoln MKZ
69,822 Miles | Miami, FL
$10,999
Est $159/mo

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2016 Lincoln MKZ
40,382 Miles | Miami, FL
$14,399
Est $208/mo

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2016 Lincoln MKZ
40,832 Miles | Miami, FL
$15,499
Est $223/mo

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2014 Lincoln MKZ
41,123 Miles | West Park, FL
$13,598
Est $196/mo

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2012 Lincoln MKZ
62,301 Miles | West Park, FL
$8,997
Est $130/mo

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2014 Lincoln MKZ
79,890 Miles | West Park, FL
$10,998
Est $159/mo

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2013 Lincoln MKZ
25,712 Miles | Columbia, SC
$18,391
Est $265/mo

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2013 Lincoln MKZ
78,882 Miles | Columbia, SC
$14,591
Est $210/mo

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2018 Lincoln MKZ
9,621 Miles | Gurnee, IL
$31,963
Est $461/mo

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2015 Lincoln MKZ
61,643 Miles | Gurnee, IL
$18,701
Est $270/mo

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2012 Lincoln MKZ
99,268 Miles | Mesa, AZ
$9,994
Est $144/mo

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2017 Lincoln MKZ
44,432 Miles | Pompano Beach, FL
$20,998
Est $303/mo

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2017 Lincoln MKZ
21,694 Miles | Virginia Beach, VA
$26,998
Est $389/mo

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2015 Lincoln MKZ
47,169 Miles | Albuquerque, NM
$18,998
Est $274/mo

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2012 Lincoln MKZ
48,182 Miles | Maple Shade Twp, NJ
$14,998
Est $216/mo

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2017 Lincoln MKZ
8,929 Miles | Pensacola, FL
$26,998
Est $389/mo

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2016 Lincoln MKZ
35,230 Miles | Orlando, FL
$19,998
Est $288/mo

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2016 Lincoln MKZ
46,035 Miles | Davie, FL
$18,998
Est $274/mo

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2017 Lincoln MKZ
16,418 Miles | Roseville, CA
$23,998
Est $346/mo

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Lincoln MKZ Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.0
13 Reviews
Overall
4.0
Value
3.9
Performance
4.2
Style
4.6
Comfort
4.3
Fuel Economy
3.7
Reliability
4.1

Lincoln MKZ Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2016 Lincoln MKZ - Night rider.

MKZ Owner
Concord, North Carolina
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
I always look for miles on cars, so the miles was very low for this ideal car model (14,000). The body style (front and back) of my MKZ gives away a beautiful view at night. I enjoy the performance which is always on point all the time. The pressure on the break pedal is exceptional. The fuel costs me $40 or $45 a week. Spacious room in the backseats and safety is a must have. The seatbelts pulls literally when you press down on the break pedal. The A/C warms my car quickly, especially the front passenger seats (top and bottom). Interior Is really nice. When playing my music, I feel this car matches the tone and mood of the moment and days when I drive to my destination(s). I have Bluetooth and touchscreen capabilities and functionality, So I am able to use my hands free from dialing o... (more)
Story
2 weeks ago I drove 4 hours to Atlanta, Georgia for the weekend to visit my family. we all drove in my MKZ for breakfast. I had a nice time feeling excited and happy to know that they enjoy the experience of having all of us together. No so often I can visit them so When I can. I make sure we all have quality time taking pictures and shopping out in the local malls there.
Pros
I have a camera installed for a review mirror, When backing in parking lots at any place, the camera is installed in my head board(center) of my satellite radio. A/C heating the seat is a plus in my opinion. I expect to always rely on my car to provide the warmth I feel and have for its performance reliability. I have a sunroof(tinted) and a place to hide my shades. Not every car has this( I think), but I have to say that I have USB ports in my car (one home port and USB outlet) for laptops power generators etc.. is a double A++. I can just connect my adapter in the back port (nice).
Cons
Honestly, I have no complaints about my car. The Ultimate satisfaction is the performance of everything I have detailed in my review. I have the things I needed and wanted, therefore I would not have any one thing to say negatively.

2016 Lincoln MKZ - I love my MKZ. It's not without its quirks.

Brendan
North Syracuse, New York
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
4.0
The car is a joy to drive and ride in. I love everything about the car except the build quality. The lumbar support stopped adjusting, the door handle cover on the driver door will randomly come loose, and the front right wheel developed a bad bearing in less than 30k... Now that the bad is out of the way, I'll get into why it's an excellent car and its quirks. The car gets great mileage for how quick it is. I love the push button gear change although to others that is a big quirk. The stereo sounds amazing and gets plenty loud without distorting. I listen to talk radio, metal, and rap seamlessly. The AWD functions well as expected and the traction control works well. The trunk is spacious, but there is a design flaw where water from outside the trunk can run off and drip onto things i... (more)
Story
People think often think of Lincoln's as "old people cars." I'm in my thirties with tattoos and a beard. I like to show up to places with my wife as a tattooed and bearded man with my tattooed beautiful wife. We get looks!
Pros
Styling, gas mileage, stereo sound quality
Cons
Build quality and trunk water issue.

2005 Lincoln MKZ - What a sporty vehicle.

Charles
Dover, New Hampshire
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
My wife bought this car used. I wanted a Cadillac, but when she test drove this one, she fell in love with it. I found that it handles well. It is OK in the snow if you are not going far with its all-wheel drive. The best part of this vehicle is its creature comforts. The heated and air-conditioned leather seats are so nice. You know when you wear shorts in the summer but stick to the leather seats. Not with A/C going through the seats. Everything is electric and automatic. This is good, but we have had to replace the battery when we bought it and one other time. Small price to pay for all the amenities. The sun-roof is nice and have had no maintenance problems with it. We have owned it since 2008. Great purchase and would get another used one in a heart beat.
Story
Teaching my kid how to drive in what he called the pimp car or the "stinkin Lincoln"! He loved to be seen in the vehicle as we cruised all over getting his time in.
Pros
A/C seats and heated seats, which are the norm now. All-wheel drive. Truck is huge for carrying anything. Back seats and front are roomy. Sporty look.
Cons
Anything in the Northeast is starting to rust. Should have oiled the chassis at about 8-10 years. The front end pushes oil out from time to time. It has never become low, and we have the garage check it yearly. Fords seem to be prone to this.

Lincoln MKZ Generations

Manufactured by parent company Ford, the Lincoln MKZ is a four-door, five-passenger midsize luxury sedan, available in either front-wheel-drive or all-wheel-drive. Lincoln initially launched the model in 2005 as the Zephyr; the MKZ name was adopted for the 2007 model year as the Lincoln brand changed its naming scheme for all models. It is currently in its second generation. The MKZ competes against models like the Lexus ES, Volvo S60, Acura TLX and Buick LaCrosse. It's largely based on the Ford Fusion sedan.

Lincoln MKZ 2nd Generation (2013-Present)

The MKZ was completely redesigned for the 2013 model year. It continued to use the Ford Fusion's platform for its underpinnings.

A few modifications achieved improved aerodynamics to the car’s profile, and interior options included full-covered leather seats, wood and metal trim, a lane-keeping assistance system, and a retractable panoramic roof.

Three powertrains were initially offered in the MKZ. The base was a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder that made 240 horsepower. A 300-horsepower V6 powertrain or a 141-horsepower hybrid four-cylinder powertrain were optional. The two non-hybrid models used a six-speed automatic transmission. As with the first generation MKZ, the hybrid version of this sedan was the same price as the base gas engine, a departure from what most of its competitors did.

In 2015 automatic headlights, rear parking sensors and a rear-view camera became standard equipment.

Instead of a traditional transmission selector installed in the center console region, changing gears in this version is accomplished by pushing buttons in an array located to the left of the infotainment screen. There is a selection labeled “S” for sport mode, which alters the functioning of the suspension, steering and transmission.

Lincoln gave the MKZ a substantial update for the 2017 model year. A new grille with larger headlights and integrated daytime running lights tops the list of changes for this generation. The changes brought the MKZ in line with the latest design scheme for the Lincoln brand.

Trim levels include the base model as well as Premiere, Select, Reserve, and Black Label with three appearance packages dubbed the Vineyard, Chalet, and Thoroughbred.

The V6 engine was dropped in favor of a new 3.0-liter, twin-turbocharged V6 that makes either 350 or 400 horsepower, depending on the powertrain. The base four-cylinder and the hybrid powertrains carried over.

Lincoln MKZ 1st generation (2006-2012)

Lincoln initially launched this model with the name Zephyr, which lasted only for a year. The sedan replaced the Lincoln LS in the brand's sedan lineup.

The model was launched with a single powertrain: a 221-horsepower, 3.0-liter V6 and six-speed automatic transmission. Once the LS was retired at the end of 2006 and because Lincoln was renaming all of its models, the Zephyr became the MKZ for the 2007 model year.

The sedan's styling was also tweaked at this time; Lincoln’s “waterfall” grille was flanked by jeweled quad projector beam headlights with HID headlights available as an option. LED taillights and chromed dual exhaust tips, as well as chrome trim, round out the standard features along with painted aluminum rims and an option for chromed rims.

Interior features included real wood ebony or maple inserts in metallic frames, chrome accents, and a chrome-enhanced instrument panel. Standard amenities included a tilt and telescoping, leather-wrapped steering wheel with real wood grips, leather seats, LED backlighting for the controls, power windows and door locks, automatic headlights and fog lamps, power-adjustable heated mirrors, remote keyless entry, dual-zone automatic climate control, a universal garage door opener and four-wheel antilock disc brakes with traction control.

Options included a power moonroof, heated and cooled front seats, a DVD-based satellite nav system and safety features like dual front-side airbags and curtain airbags extending from the front to rear seating.

Under the MKZ name, the sedan received a new engine: a 265-horsepower 3.5-liter V6, paired with 6-speed automatic transmission and all- or front-wheel drive. 2008 saw the addition of Sirius satellite radio and a tire-pressure monitoring system as well as perforated leather seats and Lincoln SYNC as standard features.

Lincoln updated this first-gen MKZ for the 2010 model year. Wraparound headlights and new taillights offset a new fascia with split-wing grille and revised hood. Interior changes include a reverse camera system, voice-controlled DVD-based navigation, rain-sensing windshield wipers and adaptive HID headlights. The suspension was revised too, and an 18-inch wheel option was offered. The V6 engine carried over but Lincoln added a new Hybrid model which used the same hybrid powertrain as the Ford Fusion and Mercury Milan.

This version had a 191-horsepower, 2.5-liter, four-cylinder engine and an electric motor. It was front-wheel drive and used a continuously variable transmission. It got an EPA-estimated rating of 41 mpg and 36 mpg on the highway. An EV mode enabled the car to go up to 47 mph for short distances on electric power alone, and options included a sunroof, blind spot monitors, backup camera and navigation system.

This hybrid variant was notable for being the same price as its gas counterpart; many of the Lincoln's competitors charged more for their hybrid models.

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