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Is the Lincoln MKZ a Head Turner?

When compared to the design of other cars on the road would you say the new Lincoln MKZ is a head turner? Why or why not? If not, what could make the new MKZ a head turner?
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Absolutely. The MKZ is beautiful car. The design screams luxury and with the panoramic roof I think it will turn a lot of heads. Especially with a nice wax job.
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Absolutely. The MKZ is beautiful car. The design screams luxury and with the panoramic roof I think it will turn a lot of heads. Especially with a nice wax job.
yup...

there's really nothing like it on the road, and i think it really helps to see real world video's of it such as this one...


I know for sure a lot of people will be questioning what kind of car it is cause although it does look american it seems to have some European influence in it's design in the rear end.
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I know for sure a lot of people will be questioning what kind of car it is cause although it does look american it seems to have some European influence in it's design in the rear end.
haha you're right about that. If it wasn't for the name Lincoln plastered on it, I think a lot of people would confuse it for European.
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I was wondering where the shifter for the transmission was. If it wasn't for this video it would of took me a bit to figure it out. I like the styling of the new Lincoln MKZ. It filled up all the gaps that the previous MKZ had. In my opinion this is the best Linocoln MKZ yet.
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Looks like Lincoln put some more thought in to make the new MKZ more desirable to drive. Now with the shifter out of the way you can rest your arm comfortably and not have an eye sore at the same time. This is what premium luxury looks like.
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Your telling me you would turn your head to that?

The rear end has a dual exhaust with eccentric tips and the LED tail lights scream sophisticated styling.
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If I could change anything I would have to say that the rear lower end of the bumper where its just matte black on the plastic. I would change it up to a glossy black finish to make it more elegant. But besides that its perfect.
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Your telling me you would turn your head to that?

The rear end has a dual exhaust with eccentric tips and the LED tail lights scream sophisticated styling.
that is definitely a head turner, this specific MKZ has a serious combination of things going on. LED tail lights that span the whole width of the rear end, exhaust system that exit through the bumper, wheels and the color makes for a crazy combo of things.
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the design is a unique one. It sure gets my attention.



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