Used 2017 Lincoln MKZ Pricing

List Price $39,670 - $41,560
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2017 Highlights

For 2017, the Lincoln MKZ receives a mild refresh that includes a new grille and headlights, an updated Sync 3 technology interface, and revised interior controls for the radio and climate systems. Lincoln has given the MKZ a giant shot of adrenaline in the form of an optional 400-horsepower V6 engine. The base turbocharged four-cylinder engine receives a bit more power this year, as well.
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  • Comes well-equipped with many standard features that cost extra on competitors
  • Hybrid model available at no extra charge
  • Impressively quick acceleration with new turbocharged V6 engine option
  • Free pickup and delivery for service


  • Slower than average acceleration with the base engine
  • Short on interior space given its exterior size
  • Underwhelming interior quality

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Used 2017 Lincoln MKZ for Sale

Lincoln MKZ 2017 Premiere 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 6A) Ingot Silver Metallic 6,314 miles
Used 2017Lincoln MKZPremiere
Est.Loan: $546/mo
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Lincoln MKZ 2017 Reserve 4dr Sedan AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 6A) Magnetic Gray Metallic Cappuccino premium leather7,680 miles
Used 2017Lincoln MKZReserve
Est.Loan: $606/mo
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* ONE OWNER * RESERVE * 2.0L GTDi * HEATED & COOLED VENTILATED SEATING * REAR HEATED SEATS * MOONROOF * NAVI * REMOTE START * * Comes well-equipped with many standard features that cost extra on competitors; hybrid model available at no extra charge; impressively quick acceleration with new turbocharged V6 engine option; free pickup and delivery for service. Source: Edmunds We strive to provide accurate information, but please verify options and price before purchasing. All vehicles are subject to prior sale and financing is subject to approved credit. Battlefield Ford is not liable for errors or omissions. Quoted prices available on in-stock units only. E-Price excludes tax, tags, freight and $699 Processing Fee. All customers will qualify for all manufacturer rebates and incentives included in the E- Price, some require financing through the manufacturer. Some manufacturer rebates are not compatible with special manufacturer finance offers. Manufacturer rebates and incentives are valid during the time period set by the manufacturer and are subject to change without notice. Additional manufacturer rebates such as but not limited to college graduates, Military and additional incentives may apply to those who qualify and may lower the sales price. Rebates and Incentives may vary based on your zip code. See dealer for details.

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NHTSA Overall Rating

The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration offers independent analysis.
  • Frontal Barrier Crash Rating

    OverallNot Rated
    DriverNot Rated
    PassengerNot Rated
  • Side Crash Rating

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  • Side Barrier Rating

    OverallNot Rated
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  • Combined Side Barrier & Pole Ratings

    Front SeatNot Rated
    Back SeatNot Rated
  • Rollover

    Dynamic Test ResultNo Tip
    Risk Of Rollover10.9%

Top Consumer Reviews

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Great ride
My Lincoln dealer got his first 2017 with the driver's package option. Not cheap at $3300 but oh so worth it. With the 400hp engine and AWD this thing is an Audi/BMW clone for tens of thousands less. Spent over an hour test driving it. Came back to the dealership and ordered my own. Left out the luxury package ($4400) and some other stuff. MSRP came in at just under $50K. Not an Audi or a BMW but certainly close enough especially when factoring in the MSRP differential. Service costs will be dramatically less than with the Germans cars (I had 4 Audis over the course of 30 years). For 2017 Lincoln is offering to pick up your car at your home or place of business for service and return it to you. A nice touch. Nothing I will take advantage of as my local dealer is less than 4 miles from my house. My local Audi dealer was 30 miles away. The car is fast, quiet, comfortable, well put together, no wind noise, etc. Seems to be a great alternative to its German and Japanese counterparts.
400 HP AWD 2017 MKZ
Great little muscle car . Throaty sound and impressive acceleration . Gas mileage not that bad for 400 horses . Surprisingly comfortable driving position and a pretty nice ride . Maybe could be a little softer . Electronics work well and are intuitive . Easy car to learn to use . Fun to drive . Lots of nice features , including lights up on approach with the key in your pocket .
My First Lincoln in 62 Years
I've driven many cars during that time including Acuras, BMWs and Mercedes' recently. Their prices have risen too high for what you get, and the styling is nothing to cheer about (2017 MB has an IPAD glued to the dashboard). When I saw the 2017 Lincoln MKZ I was curious because the styling was fresh and the price was right. No undesired extras that were built into my choice, keeping the price reasonable. And the salesman I used was completely knowledgeable about the models and accessories so he could answer every question I raised, and the sales discounts happened to be available during the negotiation. The car is just what I wanted, although with a few negatives. It is spacious front and back with good seating quality (I don't use leather seats). The trunk is large and holds my golf clubs easily, or several large suitcases. The turbo-charged 4-cylinder engine (245 HP) has adequate acceleration and highway comfort, but feels a bit strained somewhat when trying to accelerate at high speeds. The fuel recommended is regular (87), but I use mid-grade (89) for better performance. The car has Ford SYNC for music and other electronic adjustments, which works well. It has several USB and 12-volt ports for the smart phone users, as well as Sirius if desired. One issue with me is the small buttons on the bottom of the steering wheel for answering phones using Bluetooth and setting the cruise control. Hard to select and use when driving. Uses a smart key fob remote for starting, entering and leaving, and pushbutton gear selectors (P,D,N,R). This car is not a sports car, so don't expect that. The 400 HP V6 may satisfy the power, but handling might not be there. I hope this description helps with your decision to buy or not.

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