Lincoln MKZ Hybrid Priced From $35,180–Same As Gas Only Model

September 25th, 2009

With a fuel economy of 36 mpg in the city and 41 mpg on the highway, the new 2011 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid has already claimed the title as the world’s most economical luxury sedan, and now is making the headlines again. Lincoln’s new hybrid will sell the same basic price as its conventional gasoline-powered V-6 only brother, with an official starting price of $ 35,180.

This means that customers have a no-cost option of a gas or hybrid powertrain with the Lincoln MKZ, although it should be noted that the hybrid model is only a four-cylinder engine, unlike the V-6 six-cylinder model is given.

Anyway, the MKZ Hybrid still offers adequate power thanks to the combination of its 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine, battery and electric motor, all of which deliver a combined output of 191 hp. (This is the same proven powertrain used in the well-received Ford Fusion Hybrid 2010.)

Standard features of the cars, including Ford’s new SmartGauge and EcoGuide digital eco-driving coach, as well as leather seats, power front seats with heating and ventilation, wood trim, parking sensors, MyKey, enabling drivers to speed limits and warnings, and a special keyless entry system, which lights along the doorjamb and is touch sensitive.

The 2011 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid outperforms its nearest competitor, the Lexus GS 250h, by offering more standard features and seating for five instead of four, and getting 6 mpg better fuel economy on the highway. It goes on sale this fall.

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