2013 LINCOLN MKZ REVIEW and TEST DRIVE

This is part one of my 2013 MKZ review. PROS #1 The car is elegant - although polarizing #2 The interior is a definite upgrade over the new 2013 Fusion #3 The technology/comfort package is full featured with an auto open/close trunk and massive panoramic roof. #4 The car can virtually STEER ITSELF on long highway drives thanks to the combination of lane keeping assist and radar cruise control. CONS #1 This thing costs $49,000 with all the options... #2...and a SLOW ASS 2.0 EcoBoost engine... #3...and the 3.5-L EcoBoost which IT NEEDS isn't optional... #4...and the moonroof makes it hard to see out the back... #5...and the plasti-touch panels aren't that great in a car this expensive...

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Road Test: 2013 Lincoln MKZ
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2013 Lincoln MKZ first drive | Consumer Reports
The Lincoln MKZ works to rebuild the flagging Lincoln brand. Based on the Ford Fusion, the shapely MKZ rides and handles well, but we don't care for the MyLincoln Touch controls. Read our post "Stylish Lincoln MKZ impresses" http://bit.ly/12FjqbV





The Snob Magazines Reviews the 2013 Lincoln MKS
Our EIC (editor in chief) hops behind the wheel of a car we are not sure he likes, loves or hates. Watch and find out what he loves about the car and what he is disgusted by.





2013 MKZ technology demo
The new 2013 Lincoln MKZ. This is just a small demonstration of some of the technology of the new Lincoln before it is released to the public.




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