The updated sedan receives a thoroughly revised exterior that boasts a new MKS-like grille and sleeker styling which should help to further differentiate the MKZ from its corporate cousins, the Ford Fusion and Mercury Milan. Inside, the MKS inspired styling continues as the new MKZ has a similar interior design that uses high quality materials.
As with any near-luxury car, the 2010 Lincoln MKZ comes nicely equipped with leather front seats that offer power adjustment as well as heating and cooling, a reverse parking system, and the SYNC entertainment and connectivity system. Power comes from a 3.5-liter V6 engine with 263 horsepower which allows the car to run from 0-60 mph in 7.1 seconds.
Potential owners can choose to outfit their new MKZ with a sport appearance package which features a revised suspension, 18-inch "Euroflange" polished wheels, a unique grille, darkened headlight units, contrast piping on the seats, and aluminum interior accents. Other options include a premium THX II Certified 5.1 Surround sound system, a Blind Spot Information System, and a Cross Traffic Alert system which warns drivers about approaching vehicles when the MKZ is being backed out of a parking spot.
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