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Lincoln MKZ Reborn With Undeniable Driving Attitude
To meet the car demands of the new generation, Lincoln has come up with a reborn version of Lincoln MKZ. The 2007 Lincoln MKZ is given fresh façade and power upgrade to satisfy the needs of Lincoln fanatics and young drivers.
Barb Samardzich, Ford vice president of Powertrain Operations also noted, "Our new 3.5-liter V-6 coupled with an advanced 6-speed automatic provides an innovative solution for better fuel efficiency, more refinement, more power and clean emissions, without any sacrifices."
The midsize luxury sedan proves its worth as it gathers multitude in the Lincoln showroom. In connection with power and performance, all-new MKZ is given a more powerful 250 horsepower 3.5-liter V-6, which is paired with smooth-shifting 6-speed transmission. Said car is also available in an all-wheel drive (AWD).
According to Al Giombetti, president, Ford, Lincoln Mercury Marketing and Sales, "Customer demand for Lincoln’s mid-size luxury sedan has exceeded our expectations. We have taken a brand-new, well-received car and significantly improved it to draw a new generation of customers to the Lincoln brand." Giombetti added, "Judging by reaction in the showroom, customers are clearly ready for an American entry-level luxury sedan."
2007 Lincoln MKZ is able to readily respond to modern demands. It is also designed not just for power and performance but for comfort as well. Peter Horbury, executive director, North American Design says "The figured maple gives the interior a fresh and exciting look. The dark ebony is classic elegance for a traditional sense of luxury. The satin nickel, with its lightly raised ribbing, is technical and modern. We were able to establish three completely different ambient settings through use of these materials."
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