The Good Lincoln cabin electronics still rule the roost; the 2010 Lincoln MKZ benefits from Sync's MP3 player and Bluetooth phone integration, and Sirius TravelLink's traffic, fuel price, and weather data. The THX audio system produces very good sound.
The Bad The MKZ's power train isn't particularly advanced, maximizing neither power nor fuel economy, and the car prices out on the high side.
The Bottom Line While we love the 2010 Lincoln MKZ's cabin tech, the next model update should take advantage of more efficient engines currently under development at Ford.
2010 Lincoln MKZ
The same sort of modern stateliness we saw on thelast year finds its way into the 2010 MKZ, along with an impressive technology array. Lincoln's new winged-grille design covers the front of this smallest Lincoln, giving it stronger presence than its platform mates, the and . And while the rear of the car includes the big Lincoln badge and wraparound taillights that comprise the new Lincoln design language, the side profile is as bland as any modern midsize sedan.
The MKZ tries to separate itself from its platform-mates through nice seat covers.
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