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I purchased my MKZ hybrid last week. I'm afraid I can't beleive the price you paid for the car. My car with the Rapid spec 202A and executive package had a MSRP of $41645. I'm holding a copy of the dealer invoice including the dealer holdback amount and the price employees would pay for the vehicle. The invoice total is $38939 and the holdback is $816. There is no way this car could be purchased for 34K. I think the car is great and so is the mileage. Enjoy your car.Report it
I have 2000 miles on my 2011 MKZ hybrid. & the truth is that i can do no better than 31 mpg regardless of how i drive the car ;in addition, the ride is "bouncy" & not what i would expect of a luxury car .Rear window headrests (not removable) are too tall & create blindspots. On the positive side the car handles well enough to tolerate.Report it
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