Searching for a new luxury hybrid sedan that doesn't skimp on power, performance, luxury, or tech? Drivers can look to Rowe Lincoln Westbrook for assistance! We're ready to help drivers find a new Lincoln hybrid model that meets your needs! Plus, with a single hybrid model available in the entire Lincoln vehicle lineup, your options are quite straightforward! The Lincoln MKZ Hybrid provides drivers with a uniquely suave and capable vehicle that deftly meshes Lincoln power and capability with legendary Lincoln engineering. The Lincoln MKZ Hybrid is available in a sign trim but provides drivers with an array of available packages and features to opt for.

Lincoln MKZ Hybrid

Sporting a 2.0-liter inline-4 hybrid engine, the Lincoln MKZ Hybrid ensures plenty of power and possibly even more in the way of efficiency. Indeed, the 2.0-liter inline-4 hybrid engine offers up 188 horsepower and 129 pound-feet of torque. Paired with the 2.0-liter hybrid engine is a continuously variable transmission and front-wheel drive. If the Lincoln MKZ Hybrid doesn't impress you with its performance capability, then it's interior features almost certainly will.


The Lincoln MKZ Hybrid boasts an array of luxury-laden features that range from a Revel premium audio system to an eight-inch touchscreen infotainment display to a long list of interior upholstery options. Drivers might be interested to read that the Lincoln MKZ Hybrid touts two available interior package options that include the Elements package and the Luxury package. The Elements package bundles together heated and ventilated front seats with heated rear seats and a heated steering wheel. The Luxury package provides drivers with even more luxury features, including full premium LED headlamps, multi-contour front seats with active motion, and a Revel Ultima audio system that comes with 20 speakers!


The Lincoln MKZ boasts extensive driver assistance features that come standard! The Lincoln Co-Pilot360 package helps ensure that drivers can cruise with boosted confidence!

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