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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