Lincoln MKZ Is A Premium Version Of Fusion

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Having survived the planned restyling, Lincoln MKZ got not only a stylish body and salon with a rich finish, but also a new 400-horsepower turbocharged 3.0 GTDI V6 engine, which gives the sedan the performance of a sports car.

The price of the updated Lincoln MKZ in North America is from 35,170 dollars for a car in a basic configuration with a 245-horsepower 2.0L GTDI I-4 engine to $59,750 for a sedan in the maximum configuration, all-wheel drive and a 400-horsepower turbo engine.

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Almost Like Continental

The exterior design of the Lincoln MKZ of 2017 model year is akin to the model with the flagship of the American company Lincoln Continental and will not leave indifferent, perhaps even far from the world of human vehicles.

The American sedan looks stunningly stylish and spectacular from any angle. Particularly successful for Lincoln designers was the front part of the body, which was decided in the style of the British Jaguar models (neat LED headlights, a hood with characteristic relief, a grille covered with a patterned net) and a chic full-width LED lights.

Almost Executive

The five-seater saloon is positioned by the manufacturer, as premium… of course, with an eye on the American sales market. Indeed, in front of us in the photo is a slightly more stylish and ennobled with the Lincoln logo Ford Fusion interior with the same steering wheel and digital instrument panel, slightly modified central console and new door cards, as well as identical front seats and rear seats.

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The equipment is modern, but there is no supernatural equipment on the list. There is already a norm for a car of this class two-zone climate control and adaptive cruise control, multimedia system with 8-inch color screen and premium audio system (Revel by Harman with 14 speakers), panoramic glass roof and seats with heating and ventilation, blind zone monitoring and parking assistant, LED lights and parking lights, automatic braking with pedestrian detection and a trunk lid with contactless opening of the foot under the bumper.

Good Engine Lineup

Sedan Lincoln MKZ is equipped with two gasoline turbocharged engines and a hybrid powerplant – MKZ Hybrid. Suspension of all wheels is independent, as with the Ford brother – MacPherson struts in the front and the multi-link rear, all wheel disc brakes, electric power assist steering, Lincoln Drive Control option with three driving modes Comfort, Normal and Sport (the characteristics of the operation of the steering, gearbox, engine and suspension).

Gasoline versions Lincoln MKZ by default with a drive to the front wheels, for a surcharge AWD system is available.
The basic engine of the four-cylinder 2.0 Turbo (245 hp 275 ft-lb) paired with the 6-speed SelectShift automatic.
The more powerful six-cylinder 3.0 Twin-Turbo GTDI V6 engine is available in two power options. For a saloon with a drive to the front wheels it is 350 hp and 399 ft-lb, for the all-wheel drive version 400 hp with the same amount of torque. Gearbox is the same 6-speed SelectShift automatic.

Lincoln MKZ Hybrid with 188-horsepower hybrid powerplant consist of the four-cylinder naturally aspirated 2.0-liter engine working on the cycle of the Atkinson and the electric motor (Permanent Magnet AC Synchronous Motor), in the presence of the variator e-CVT and lithium-ion 1.4 kW battery.

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