Recent naming conventions aside, the 2013 Lincoln MKZ could have been called the Lincoln Atlas, as it currently carries the weight of the Lincoln brand on its shapely shoulders. That’s not to say that Lincoln has no other product to sell, since dealer showrooms are chock full of MKS and MKT models, but rather that the MKZ represents the potential pillar of the current Lincoln brand.
If all you know about Lincoln comes from the now-retired Town Car, the MKZ can almost be called the anti-Lincoln. It’s neither vast in size nor crammed full of faux-luxury, and its styling is far more contemporary than Lincolns of the recent past. Gone is the overdone front grille, replaced by a wing shaped piece that’s downright tasteful. Lincoln’s four-pointed star badge is still present and accounted for, but it’s minimized and tastefully deployed.
We’d call the exterior design clean and contemporary, words we may have had a hard time using in association with...
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