2011 Lincoln MKZ Values

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2011 model year changes

For 2011, the LINCOLN MKZ will be available for the first time as a hybrid, and the first hybrid for the Lincoln nameplate. As for the non-hybrid 2011 LINCOLN MKZ, which was completely redesigned for 2010, there are no major changes for 2011.

Competitive comparison

Roomy, luxurious interior in the Lincoln tradition; elegant yet aggressive exterior styling; standard interior wood trim and leather seats; new LINCOLN MKZ hybrid for 2011

Special features for 2011

Lincoln's entry-level sedan is still a great luxury value. With a powerful 3.5L V6 engine, LED taillights, the innovative SYNC entertainment system, 10-way power front leather seats and a strong safety-feature set, the LINCOLN MKZ is a lot of luxury for just over $35,000. The addition of an available hybrid powertrain in 2011 means the luxury value just got a lot stronger. Lincoln's first hybrid model debuts in 2011 and brings fuel efficiency and environmental consciousness to the luxury brand. The LINCOLN MKZ hybrid is estimated to achieve an impressive 41 mpg in the city, while generating 191 horsepower out of its 2.5L engine/electric motor powertrain. With a similar base price to the base LINCOLN MKZ, there's little to be sacrificed for such efficiency.

MKZ-4 Cyl.

Sedan 4D Hybrid
The entry-level sedan in the Ford's premium car brand lineup, the 2011 Lincoln MKZ continues to assert itself as an effective introduction to the pleasures of American luxury. Exterior look and even overall performance can benefit from the 2011 MKZ sedan's Sport Appearance Package. Featuring prominent 18-inch polished aluminum wheels, the Lincoln MKZ suspension is specially tuned for aggression. Every 2011 Lincoln MKZ includes standard Lincoln SYNC, power windows, reverse-sensing system, rain-sensing windshield wipers, and a 9-speaker, 360-watt sound system. A 14-speaker THX II 5.1 surround sound and a Sirius-guided navigation unit are optional on the 2011 Lincoln MKZ sedan. Available as either front-wheel or all-wheel drive configurations, the 2011 MKZ models are powered through a 3.5 liter V-6 engine. Producing 263 horsepower, this engine is mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission for average fuel economy of over 22 miles per gallon with front-wheel drive or over 20 miles per gallon fitted to all-wheel drive. Combining a 2.5 liter Atkinson cycle inline-4 engine to a 275-volt electric motor for 191 horsepower altogether, the 2011 Lincoln MKZ hybrid is projected to deliver 41 miles per gallon city or 36 miles per gallon through highway driving.