Lincoln has very little, if anything at all, going for it, so there is a lot riding on the all-new MKZ sedan. Pricing details for the mid-size car have been released.
Prices start at $35,925 for the base base 2.0-liter EcoBoost model and 2.0-liter Hybrid FWD model. The top-of-the-line 3.7-liter V6 AWD with the retractable panoramic roof option starts at $49,260. All prices exclude the $875 delivery and destination charge.
“The new MKZ and MKZ Hybrid are proof of our commitment to reinvent the Lincoln brand for a new generation of Lincoln customers,” said Jim Farley, group vice president, Global Marketing, Sales and Service. “There’s a large group of thoughtful individuals who take great pride in planning and following their own unique paths, and the MKZ is the first of a number of all-new vehicles designed with this same attitude to be a compelling choice for these independent-minded consumers.”
The 2013 Lincoln MKZ is cheaper than the Lexus ES 350, a key rival, but offers more standard features, including Lincoln Drive Control, push-button and remote start, push-button shifter, SYNC with MyLincoln Touch driver connect technology, segment-first LED headlamps and tail lamps, 10.1-inch LCD instrument cluster, Active Noise Control, 8-inch touch screen and Easy Fuel capless fuel filler.
2013 LINCOLN MKZ