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2011 Lincoln MKZ

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Which year? I just did it on my 2011 MKZ, I found a couple of Youtube videos that explained it pretty well. You'll need a T20 Torx driver, a socket (I forget which size) and something to help pry of...

I own a 2011 Lincoln MKZ (bought new, all regular service, 55,000 miles, automatic, not hybrid, FWD) and recently had it at the dealership for an oil change, etc. I have one of the premium maintenance...

fuel). The gas thing was one advantage the MKZ had over it's competition but, now that is gone (CTS already uses regular, not sure who else but, soon they all will). This surely will not help Lincoln...

My girlfriend is looking into leasing a 2011-2012 MKZ Hybrid. With the 2013 MKZ about to come out, what is the best rates that people have experienced? Do they even have lease deals on the 2011? Th...

I am curious which you ended up with. I am trying to decide between a 2011 TL or a 2010 MKZ. I have been driving Lincoln LS's for the last 10 years, so I now what features I get from Lincoln that ar...

If you recently considered or bought a Lincoln MKZ or MKZ hybrid, a reporter wants to talk with you. Please respond to no later than Friday, February 4, 2011 with your daytime contact i...

I understand your desire for luxury so I took a little bit of the middle road. I have a 2010 MKZ AWD and it has just about all the luxury as the MKS, but it is a little smaller and way more agile. I a...
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