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2009 Lincoln MKZ Consumer Discussions

That depends. 2009 MKZ vs. 2008 TL - close call. Slight edge to MkZ in infotainment (navigation, sync, etc.) but TL gets the nod in styling....

Hi ebeyder. Lincoln is currently providing a $500 cash incentive on leases of the 2009 MKX through Ford Credit. It also has $1,500 on the 2009 MKZ, but no cash on the 2009 MKS....

the MKZ - is that NEW??? A bigger thirstier engine does not a NEW car make does it?...

On a different note, the THX sound system: I haven't heard it in the MKS, but in the MKZ, it's phenomenal. It's a shame if they didn't properly re-tune it for the MKS. Then again, the 2007 MKZ won a...

According to the latest information that I have seen, Ford Credit's current base lease rate and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2009 Lincoln MKZ 2WD with 15,000 miles per year are 1.5% and 46...

I finally am getting closer to buying a car. It is between an 2009 Acura TL Tech and a 2010 Lincoln MKZ. I requested internet quotes from several of the local Detroit Acura dealers and only one from a...

started taking it to a Ford dealership. I had a MKZ which was much better but I was so burnt by the way I was treated at the dealership, I tuned the MKZ in early as well. I took a different turn alto...

Actually, I just looked at the brochure again, and the MKZ is the only auto Lincoln has. All the rest were suv's and a truck. the last page you have to turn upside down to see the 2009 MKS. The mo...

In any event, I see no evidence yet that Lincoln has sped up the release of new models. A tepid re-do of the MKZ and some tweaks to the Edge, er, I mean MKX is not going to cut it in this market (Linc...
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