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I like the exhaust and the general design but I do think the bumper looks cheap compared to the rest of the car. Maybe if Lincoln were to use a different material it would look better.
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I like the exhaust and the general design but I do think the bumper looks cheap compared to the rest of the car. Maybe if Lincoln were to use a different material it would look better.
i don't think material is what it is, it's just how they shape it and dyed it. It's probably the same or similar material that other car makers with cool diffuser-like rear bumper pieces have.

it would be great as a mid-cycle refresh feature
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The exhaust tips suit the MKZ whether they are just covers or tip it doesn't matter to me. I doubt it would make that much of a difference.
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For me the black piece above the exhaust could of been a gloss black instead of the matte plastic finish.
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even in gloss it wouldn't change much
redesign is needed asap



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at the bare minimum the same diffuser piece with some design lines to flow with the rest of the design along with a paint scheme to pull it all together better would help and be cheaper for lincoln.....guys at lincoln...are you listening???
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it looks fine to me i wouldn't change a thing a about it
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I agree it flows well but just to some are worried that it has no gains for performance but just for aesthetics. But how much gain would you expect from an exhaust tip anyways.
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I have no complaints about the exhaust covers better than no exhaust cover with actual tips that will eventually turn dull and rust anyways. good way to preserve the look.
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I have seen different variations of the exhaust covers for the lincoln Mkz one is just dual and one is quad.





Which one do you guys think is better looking on the MKZ?
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