The interior design scheme uses Bridge of Weir leather to cover the heated and cooled seats and a wood trim. Interior comfort is emphasized by the SYNC entertainment system, while Blind Spot Information System (BLIS) with Cross Traffic Alert (CTA) helps the driver better cope with driving conditions.
BLIS tracks vehicles in the blind-spot zones on either side of the vehicle using two multiple-beam radar modules behind the rear fenders, and CTA uses the BLIS radar sensors to alert the driver to approaching traffic while in reverse and backing out of a parking spot.
The MKZ comes in two drivetrain versions. The front-wheel-drive version has a base price of $34,965 while the all-wheel drive model is available for a base price of $36,855, both of them including destination and delivery fees.
“Customers universally are surprised when they get into a competing vehicle and find out that they have to pay more for luxury features, such as premium leather seats. That’s what sets the MKZ apart from the competition. It comes standard with all the features you would expect from a world class entry-level luxury sedan.” Jonathan Richards, Lincoln MKZ Marketing manager said.
2010 Lincoln MKZ can receive a sportier look by adding to it the Sport Appearance Package, which offers special sport suspension tuning with stiffer springs and larger stabilizer bars, 18 inch Euroflange polished wheels, and a unique grille and body-color.