Have you ever stepped inside a car and instantly fell in love? I recently had the pleasure of riding in style inside the new 2014 Lincoln MKZ and it was one of those experiences that I’ll never forget.
You can’t deny, the moment you spot the new split-wing grille with the signature Lincoln logo – you know that a luxurious chariot awaits your arrival. The new 2014 Lincoln MKZ comes equipped with push button shift, park assist and styled interior to make every drive inside – an enjoyable one. If your idea of a luxury car places an emphasis on luxury and comfort, then the 2014 Lincoln MKZ deserves a good second look.
From the beginning, you can tell that this is a luxury vehicle without a huge luxury price tag. The 2014 Lincoln MKZ AWD starts at $39k but is filled with all the bells and whistles that you expect and deserve. High-end items include heated front seats, leather upholstery, an adaptive suspension that adjusts to changing road and driving conditions, full LED taillights, an premium creature comforts like heated rear seats, a THX II-certified 14-speaker sound system and the MyLincoln Touch multimedia hub with an 8-inch display and voice-recognition software.
The interior is pretty-roomy, especially for my family drive with plenty of nieces and nephews in the back seat. With a strong emphasis on passenger safety, the MKZ comes equipped with eight airbags, a comprehensive suite of stability-control systems, and Lincoln’s SOS Post-Crash Alert System that activates the horn and hazard lights in the event of an airbag deployment.
If you’re looking for top notch technology, the 2014 Lincoln MKZ delivers! There is a Technology package which features Active Park Assist, adaptive cruise control and a lane-keeping guide that drives you back safely into the driving lane.
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