2010 Lincoln MKZ Values

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2010 model year changes

The Lincoln MKZ has been redesigned for 2010, with a bold look to carry the midsize sedan forward. This includes revised front and rear ends and a more aggressive grille. The interior has been made more contemporary as well, with ample use of wood and leather, and the instruments have been restyled. A new 6-speed automatic with SelectShift manual mode allows for a sportier drive and improves the MKZ's overall performance. Blind Spot Information System (BLIS) with Cross Traffic Alert (CTA) is now available.

Competitive comparison

Roomy, luxurious interior; ample power from 263-hp V6; attractive exterior styling

Special features for 2010

The Lincoln MKZ operates in the competitive entry-level luxury midsize sedan segment against the likes of the Lexus ES350 and Infiniti G37 sedans. Its revised styling gives it a fresh look for the future, while improved standard features such as Bridges of Weir interior leather and SYNC voice-activated communications and entertainment system allow for miles of carefree, comfortable driving.
Lincoln introduces its redesigned mid-size sedan to the market with the 2010 Lincoln MKZ. First-in-class safety innovations are one of the many highlights for the MKZ, which includes the Blind Spot Information System (BLIS) with Cross Traffic Alert (CTA), a multiple-beam radar system that warns the driver of vehicles in or approaching blind spots with both audible and visual alerts. The MKZ also fuses technology with its luxury by including SYNC and a THX II Premium Certified Audio System with 5.1 Surround Sound. With both performance and fuel economy in mind, the 263 hp 3.5L V6 is capable of getting the 2010 Lincoln MKZ from 0-60 in 7.1 seconds while delivering an impressive 28 mpg highway. Keeping with its commitment to a premium driving experience, Lincoln also offers the MKZ with all-wheel drive.