Lincoln Mkz Hybrid owners manuals
- Limited interior space compared to its exterior size
- Poor acceleration when equipped with the base engine
- Premature Tire Wear
- Loss of Power While Driving
- Bubbling Paint
The Lincoln MKZ is a mid-size sedan produced by Ford and sold as the Zephyr and as the MKZ by Ford's Lincoln brand, over two generations in either gasoline and hybrid gas/electric variants.
The MKZ Hybrid debuted in 2010 at the New York International Auto Show for the model year 2011. It is the prime Lincoln hybrid electric car with a four-cylinder engine. It gives an EPA city rating of 41 mpg‑US and a highway rating of 36 mpg‑US, which made it the most fuel-efficient luxury sedan in the U.S. at that time.
The Lincoln MKZ Hybrid shares the same hybrid powertrain from the Ford Fusion and Mercury Milan hybrids, including the 2.5-L engine paired with the electric motor providing a total output of 191 hp. The Lincoln MKZ Hybrid has an EV mode that enables the automobile to cover short distances on electricity solely, at rates up to 47 mph.
Lincoln MKZ Hybrid known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Lincoln MKZ Hybrid are: