Production 2013 Lincoln MKZ Seen in the Wild
By Seth Harrison
This 2013 Lincoln MKZ looks to be production ready, save for a few absent badges on the tail. Why it is perched on a flatbed rather than moving under its own power is unknown.
The production MKZ debuted at the New York auto show in April and will be available for sale later this year.
The car will have a panoramic glass roof and MyLincoln Touch. Power will come from a 2.0-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder, a 3.7-liter V6 or a hybrid drivetrain with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder.
Pricing for the 2013 MKZ will start at $41,000.
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I am not going to bash Lincoln because they are the only American line of cars that gets rated as high as Japanese cars for quality and reliability, BUT, that was funny Troy!
That's a lot of cash for a prettied up Fusion. I mean that's more than Cadillac asks for a CTS, more than an Audi A4, and more than a BMW 3 series. All base of course.
I am going to assume for $41k it comes totally loaded because otherwise it doesn't make sense.
$41k cannot be correct -- maybe fully-outfitted, but not starting out as a base model. You can get a 2012 base MKZ just over $30k -- who adds 33% to the price of a base model just because they think they have done a complete revamp? With options, that would mean a price approaching $50k---- I don’t think so......Some rag got it wrong and everyone copies it because they don’t know what they are talking about. The base MKZ shouldn’t be any more than $33k.......you'll see......
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