2016 Lincoln MKZ from Gainseville, GA Dealerships: Luxurious Inside and Out

One can’t think of “luxury car” in North America and not think of the 2016 Lincoln MKZ. With around 30,901 units sold in the U.S. in 2015 alone, there’s no doubt that the Lincoln MKZ has won the hearts of Americans who want their sedans with more than the average set of creature comforts and a tad bit more class.

Although the 2016 MKZ at Gainsville, GA Lincoln dealerships remain essentially unchanged compared to last year’s model, it’s still the same mid-size luxury car that gives great value for money and an even greater driving experience—surely, there’s nothing wrong with that.

Looking at the Lincoln MKZ’s distinctive exterior styling, it’s easy to see how hard designers worked just to give it the sophistication and charisma that other brands can only dream of. Shiny 18-inch wheels, LED taillights, automatic and adaptive LED headlights, the iconic split-wing grille, and other design elements as well as high-tech features come together and turn the outside of the 2016 Lincoln MKZ into a functional work of automotive art.

On the inside, the MKZ aims to wow occupants with premium materials and a flowing center stack and console that exudes a futuristic vibe. With standard tech features, such as the 8-inch touchscreen (MyLincoln Touch), voice commands (Sync), a rearview camera, and configurable gauge cluster displays, everything you need is just a touch and voice command away. Of course, your comfort comes first in a Lincoln MKZ, hence the presence of dual-zone automatic climate control, 60/40-split folding rear seats, heated eight-way power front seats, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror, to name a few.

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