|Pricing||$35,925 - $39,045|
|Drive Types||FWD, AWD|
|Engines||2.0l I4 HEV, 2.0l I4 T, 3.7l V6|
|Fuel Economy||18-45 (city), 26-45 (highway)|
Many automakers are pursuing the growing entry-level luxury segment. Just as Toyota offers the Camry as the more upscale Lexus ES, Ford offers a Lincoln variant of the Fusion sedan. The MKZ offers clean exterior styling with modern lighting, a highly styled interior with standard power leather seats, and upscale interior trim appointments. Like its sibling, the MKZ offers a number of powertrains including a 240-bhp four cylinder, a 300-bhp V6 and a four-cylinder gas/electric hybrid. All-wheel-drive models are available for extra traction in inclimate weather. The MKZ has a number of unique features that stand apart from the Fusion and most other vehicles. The first is a full-length glass roof that can be opened for fresh air. The second is a push button transmission.
The second generation MKZ of Ford's mid-sized sedan grows considerably in wheelbase, length and height yielding improved legroom and headroom. The new MKZ will offer three powertrains including a 240-bhp 2.0l turbocharged four-cylinder, a 300-bhp 3.7l V6, and a four-cylinder gas/electric hybrid. The aggressive new styling has a number of unique features including a retractable full-length glass roof and a push button transmission gear selector.
|MKZ||2.0l I4 T (240-bhp)||A6||FWD||22/33/27||63||$35,925|
|MKZ||2.0l I4 T (240-bhp)||A6||AWD||22/31/26||61||$37,815|
|MKZ||3.7l V6 (300-bhp)||A6||FWD||19/28/23||63||$37,155|
|MKZ||3.7l V6 (300-bhp)||A6||AWD||18/26/22||63||$39,045|
|MKZ||2.0l I4 HEV (188-bhp)||CVT||FWD||45/45/45||54||$35,925|