Lincoln elevates the luxury sedan to new heights with the 2007 Lincoln MKZ. Featuring a powerful 3.5-liter V-6 engine and available Intelligent All-Wheel Drive, the Lincoln MKZ masterfully combines advanced technologies with a host of comforting features.
The Lincoln MKZ is an unqualified success, leading Lincoln’s product resurgence by providing a true American mid-size luxury sedan that’s appealing to entry-level luxury buyers. Posting continued year-over-year sales growth, the Lincoln MKZ has drawn new customers to the Lincoln brand by offering sophisticated American design, an award-winning premium interior and a long list of innovative and exclusive features at a value unheard of in the luxury segment.
Ward’s Auto World magazine voted the 2007 Lincoln MKZ and Lincoln Navigator "Interiors of the Year". In the same day Lincoln received impressive recognition by J.D. Power and Associates in the latest Initial Quality Study (IQS). Is the second year in a row since Lincoln MKZ was voted "Premium-Priced Car Interior of the Year" and beated luxury cars like Infiniti G35, Lexus LS 460, Jaguar XK and Volvo S80. The Navigator excelled above tough competition including the Cadillac Escalade, (...) More
In February 2006 at the Chicago Auto Show ,the 2007 MKZ was first shown. Lincoln is changing the name of its new Zephyr sedan to MKZ (pronounced Mark Zee). Since its debut last year, Zephyr has paved the way for the Lincoln MKZ with a solid foundation in customer satisfaction and quality. It brings this entry-level sedan under Lincoln’s new alphanumeric naming system,but has the potential to confuse consumers.
Lincoln is determined to become America’s luxury vehicle by launching the largest number of new products in the brand’s history. "We’ve got four major launches within four months," said Thomas Grill, Lincoln brand manager. "The MKZ and Navigator are already at dealers, followed by the MKX crossover and the all-new Navigator L extended-length model. What’s just as important is that our consumers will be very aware of these new products since Lincoln is spending more money in the (...) More
One is an entry-level luxury sedan that has helped re-energize Lincoln car sales. The other is about to enter the crossover marketplace later this year. Both carry the challenge of re-defining 21st century luxury within Ford Motor Company’s Lincoln brand. The 2006 Lincoln Zephyr mid-size sedan and the 2007 Lincoln MKX (pronounced "Mark X") crossover utility vehicle (CUV) are both considered "game-changing" products as Lincoln moves to be America’s luxury brand. With more (...) More
Following the strong sales launch of the Lincoln Zephyr in the autumn of 2005, the entry-level luxury sedan is reborn for the 2007 model year with a new, more powerful 3.5-liter V-6 engine, a newly designed front end, more traction with available all-wheel drive (AWD) and a new name - Lincoln MKZ.