Used 2016 LincolnMKZ All-wheel Drive Sedan

  • VIN: 3LN6L2JK2GR629357
  • Stock: A9287A


Odometer
24,158 miles
Fuel Economy
22.0/31.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
White Platinum
Interior Color
BLACK LEATHER
Body
Sedan
Lincoln MKZ
  • Carfax One Owner

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

RESERVE EQUIPMENT GROUP: NAVIGATION,BLIS W/CROSS TRAFFIC ALERT,REAR HEATED SEATS, HEATED STEERING WHEEL,POWER DECKED LID,3.7L V6ENGINE,TECHNOLOGY PACKAGE,PANORAMIC ROOF,19'' WHEELS,MULTI-CONTOUR SEATS, THX PREMIUM AUDIO SYSTEM

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.6Out of 5
  • MKZ Hybrid Black Label LOVE IT

    By debtx on Thursday, December 22, 2016

    5.0
    Changed from Lexus ES350 to Lincoln MKZ Hybrid. This car is so smooth and quiet. The Revel sound system is amazing. Love all the technology.
  • Should help the Lincoln brand

    By Mrpushrod on Wednesday, November 16, 2016

    5.0
    I test drove many vehicles. When it came down to it I liked the interior, ride and comfort better in the MKZ. And for $55k it is hard to find a creamy smooth 400HP engine. The other midsized luxury vehicles felt inferior. As if the Lincoln had a higher-end quality interior. Multicontour seats well thought out, leather and padded surfaces felt soft and supple. It feels like the Lincoln brand is trying harder since they have to thwart off the sport of American brand bashing that is constantly read in publications such as Consumer Reports. Furthermore, I test drove and ordered a MKZ with the Drivers Package that has dynamic torque vectoring which intelligently applies power to the rear wheels when driving aggressively. With the package on a test ride (not pushing to limits) I did not feel any torque steer or that much understeer typically associated with FWD and some AWD vehicles. And to boot in my opinion the road isolation & ride felt better in the Lincoln than a Caddy, Mercedes or BMW. Looking for true compromise, I passed on the summer only tires this time around. So if there is some impact from having AWD vs RWD it will most likely only be noticed at the track or by very aggressive drivers. That said 99.999999% of the audience buying these vehicles today are not going to the race track. They are looking for stable good grip on a variety of road conditions along with easy control and sure footed steering feel. That’s what the average Joe wants behind the wheel and Lincoln delivers. The AWD with torque vectoring does its job and keeps torque steer under control and steering feel is precise; easy to thread the car through a needle. BTW, I am not an ignorant just looking to be the expert and to hear myself speak. I know the difference between the Lincoln and a true sport sedan and opted for the Lincoln. My other vehicles are; a Corvette, Pontiac G8 GT (RWD 6 liter), F150 and Road Glide. The only cons besides the Lincoln name: scant rear head room, smaller rear seat than some, and weight distribution with AWD (not 50-50% front and rear like a RWD sedan). One more comment. Consumer Reports issue with the push button gear selector is really a joke. Anyone that is off the baby bottle will not mind the change. I actually think it makes a lot of sense to free up the console. Hope other brands do the same. A common solution amongst brands through committee would be best
  • Love this car.

    By Skipper on Friday, August 22, 2014

    5.0
    I have owned Jags, Mercs, Cads, and this car gives me every thing I had in those cars and more for less money. Ride and handling are excellent. Put it in S mode and it corners like a sport car. The only complaint I have is that there is no power folding side mirrors and no front parking sensors. Love the air condition (not ventilated but real AC) seats!!! Plenty of power too. Back up camera has turning guide lines, not just a picture, which really help park.

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