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  • 2013 Lincoln MKZ retractable glass roof

    So big glass roof panels are not all that special these days--though they are nice. But big glass roof panels that move this elegantly are few, indeed, and this one you'll find on the 2013 Lincoln MKZ. The video, released today by Lincoln, shows the retractable glass roof in action, gliding silkily open and closed. It even moves on its own, sliding forward eight inches at speeds over 40 mph to minimize wind noise and turbulence in the cabin. While we'll have to test it ourselves before we issue a final verdict, we have to admit, it looks slick in the video. Hopefully we'll get a closer look...

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    We Take A Close Look At The Lincoln MKZ Concept: Video

    Lincoln is set to preview its redesigned 2013 MKZ with a striking concept at the 2012 Detroit Auto Show in January.

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    Max Wolff Presents Lincoln's MKZ Concept: Video

    Lincoln hopes its new MKZ Concept will represent the birth of not just a new car, but of a whole new luxury brand.

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    2013 Lincoln MKZ Previewed By New Concept At 2012 Detroit Auto Show

    Just a day after Cadillac took the wraps off the 2013 ATS luxury sedan, Lincoln is revealing a new sedan of its own, in concept form, with the new MKZ Concept. Debuting alongside the all-new Ford Fusion, which will likely share its core with the future production MKZ, Lincoln nevertheless promises...

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    Lincoln Looking To China, Losing Waterfall Grille

    Putting a luxury face on an automaker in a region where it's known more for affordable commuters than superb sedans is a tough endeavor. Lexus and Cadillac, and more recently Infiniti, are facing that challenge in Europe, and if upmarket Ford brand Lincoln hopes to be around in years to come it too...

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    2013 Lincoln MKZ Delayed: Report

    Reports of a slight delay for Lincoln's next MKZ may not sting so much when the fuel economy of the hybrid version is taken into account.

  • 2008 Lincoln MKZ

    BMW, Buick, Cadillac, Lexus, Lincoln and Mercedes-Benz all received awards in the most recent high marks in the most recent 2011 J.D. Power and Associates Vehicle Dependability Study (VDS). But the biggest surprise is that Lincoln, which came in second last year behind Porsche, beat out everyone to earn the top spot in overall brand durability. The survey asks owners about problems they've experienced in the past 12 months with their three-year-old vehicles; in this case, the cars in question were 2008 model-year cars and trucks. The survey takers respond to nearly 200 questions in eight...

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    Lincoln Lineup Will Grow, Smaller Models Planned

    Without the deadweight that was Mercury dragging it down, Ford’s premium division, which now only consists of Lincoln, finally has the resources and freedom to transform into the upmarket luxury brand it should have always been. This means that we’ll likely be seeing Lincoln expand into new...

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    2011 Lincoln MKZ: Hybrid Same Price As Gas At $35,180

    The 2011 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid is the first not to charge a premium for its gas-saving technology.

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    2011 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid Hits 41 MPG, Claims Greenest Luxury Sedan Title

    The 2011 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid is based on the same platform that underpins the Ford Focus.

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    2010 New York Auto Show: 2011 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid

    At this week’s 2010 New York Auto Show Lincoln is unveiling what the company claims will be the most fuel efficient luxury sedan in the U.S., the 2011 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid--remember, this is a segment that includes the smaller Lexus HS 250h. The new hybrid, the first from Lincoln, is set to go...

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    2009 Luxury Car Sales Winners and Losers

    2009 wasn't as hard on luxury carmakers as late 2008, but it still wasn't a walk in the park.

  • 2009 Lincoln C Concept

    Lincoln will reportedly be taking a new approach to what sort of vehicles it produces, with plans to downsize vehicles in the wake of flailing sales of the Navigator SUV and other large cars. The new approach will see the American brand focusing on cars that will likely be the smallest Lincolns ever, an approach that some other luxury rivals have shied away from in fear of a U.S. market not ready for smaller cars yet. For the immediate future, Lincoln could be planning a number of surprises to help return the brand to prominence. Spearheading this approach is rumored to be a new compact...

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    Lincoln MKZ gets more luxurious Executive Appearance Package

    Rounding out Ford’s trio of updated midsize sedans at last year’s Los Angeles Auto Show was the new Lincoln MKZ, which like its Ford Fusion and Mercury Milan siblings received a new face, restyled interior, and more standard features for the 2010. Ford has now added a new rage-topping...

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    IIHS awards Lincoln MKZ with Top Safety Pick

    The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) recently updated its testing regime to better reflect the outcomes of real-world accidents, namely to simulate the result of an accident between different sized vehicles. This saw ratings for many small cars revised downwards and reinforced the age...

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    Lincoln MKZ pricing starts at $34,965

    Rounding out Ford’s trio of updated mid-size sedans at last year’s Los Angeles Auto Show was the new Lincoln MKZ, which like its Ford Fusion and Mercury Milan siblings has received a new face, restyled interior, and more standard features for the 2010. Ford has revealed pricing for the...

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