2017 Lincoln MKZ is a 4-door, 5-passenger sedan by Ford, from Ford Lincoln brand, 2 generations of both gasoline and hybrid & gas models. Lincoln MKZ 2017, with his weapon design variants of Ford Fusion and Mercury Milan, DMF produced in Hermosillo Stamping & Assembly Plant Ford.
2006 Lincoln MKZ was first revealed in concept form at the New York International Auto Show as a new entry-level luxury sedan, with some elements of the draft revised draft their way into the production model. The front featured signature waterfall grille and under decorated Lincoln quad projector beam headlights. Chrome trim extends along the Beltline’s when the car’s rear features LED taillights table and dual chrome exhaust tips Zephyr. All Zephyrs featured low-profile tires on 17×7.5-inch wheels with painted aluminum versions of the standard and optional versions of Chrome.
Lincoln MKZ name officially raised in autumn 2005 as a rebadged version of the Ford Fusion and Mercury Milan; vehicles are based on CD3 platform, which is derived from the Mazda 6. The name “MKZ”, has been involved in a division Mercury coupe, sedan and station wagon used in the late 1970s and early 1980s. The only source of MKZ’s power was 3.0 L DOHC Duratec V6 associated with AISIN 6-speed automatic transmission; identical with the V6 power plant that was optional in the Fusion and Milan. The interior is unique mainly in Lincoln, with various equipment packages. 2006 MKZ begins with a base MSRP of $28,995 USD, ranging up to $35,340 when fully optioned.
2017 Lincoln MKZ Fcelift
DMF has received a facelift for the 2017 model revealed November 18, 2015, at LA Auto Show, DMF is the first to get the new Lincoln design language seen on the Lincoln Continental concept car front, with redesigned grille and headlights. 3.7L V6 will favor an all new engine twin-turbocharged 3.0 L V6 that is unique to Lincoln declined, producing 400 horsepower.
2017 Lincoln MKZ EPA Ratings
The US Agency for Environmental Protection (EPA) estimated in 2013 at 45 MPG Hybrid DMF-US (5.2L / 100 km, 54 mpg Imp) in the same cycles combined score city/highway. The 2013 model year 2.0L, 4-cylinder FWD automatic DMF rating is 26 mpg-US (9.0L / 100 km, 31 mpg Imp) combined, 22 mpg-US (11L/100 km; 26 mpg-Imp) in city and 33 mpg-US (7.1L/ 100 km, 40 mpg Imp) on the highway. These ratings allowed DMF 2017 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid more fuel-efficient luxury vehicle in the US was and improving the fuel consumption of Lexus ES 300h hybrid by 5 mpg US on the combined cycle. Despite sharing the same power supply, the 2013 MKZ Hybrid rated 2 joint mpg-US less than his brother, 2nd-generation Ford Fusion Hybrid at 47 mpg-US (5.0L / 100 km, 56 mpg Imp).
2017 Lincoln MKZ Specification
|Rating||3.5/5 Car and Driver | 4.7/5 Edmunds | 7.5/10 Kelley Blue Book|
|MSRP||Start from $35,170|
|Horsepower||240 to 400 hp|
|Dimensions||194″ L x 73″ W x 58″ H|
|MPG||Up to 21 city / 31 highway|
|Curb Weight||3,719 to 3,874 lbs|
2017 Lincoln MKZ Configuration & Price
|2017 Lincoln MKZ Premiere||$35,170|
|2017 Lincoln MKZ Select||$36,920|
|2017 Lincoln MKZ Reserve||$39,670|
|2017 Lincoln MKZ Black Label||$47,830|