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While the MKZ may not be a customizers dream, nor very popular with the aftermarket, Lincoln does offer several useful, albeit overpriced OEM accessories for your Z.

Full Vehicle Cover- $209



Floor Mats: Dark Coffee, Ebony- $110



All Weather Floor Mats- $95



Side Window Deflectors- $89



Cargo Area Protector- $99



Cargo Net Envelope- $50



Vinyl Bumper Protector- $75



Wheel Locks- $54



Rear Seat Portable Entertainment System- $349



Remote Start System- $245



Ash Cup with Lighter- $60



Interior Lighting Kit- $249



I think the lack or limited selection of MKZ accessories is more a testiment to how much included kit this car comes with from the factory. That my friends is what I like to call value :D
 

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The interior lighting kit looks like a nice touch. I've never understood what those side window deflectors are for. Can anyone enlighten me?

Anybody interested in buying any of these?
 

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The interior lighting kit looks like a nice touch. I've never understood what those side window deflectors are for. Can anyone enlighten me?

Anybody interested in buying any of these?
thery go hand in hand with the ash cans. I'm a smoker personally and I've always been a big fan of the window deflectors. Not only do they keep the air out but there is also an aerodynamic aspect to them, ever crack your window on the highway and you get that helicopter thwap thwap thwap sound? Well if you crack the windows with these it cuts down that ear splitting noise...
 

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Good to know. I still don't think I'll be getting them, but at least I now understand why they are there.

I'm also curious what the wheel locks do.

The portable entertainment center seems like a bit much for the MKZ. Those only belong in big family SUVs, and even then they are a bit questionable to me.
 

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Good to know. I still don't think I'll be getting them, but at least I now understand why they are there.

I'm also curious what the wheel locks do.

The portable entertainment center seems like a bit much for the MKZ. Those only belong in big family SUVs, and even then they are a bit questionable to me.
wheel locks keep people from nicking your rims and leaving you on blocks. I'm not sure how someone can classify DVD headrests as only being appropriate in large SUV's, makes very little sense to me to confine entertainment only to big SUV's, you know people who own MKZ's have children too, and they might even take a roadtrip...
 

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When it comes to how well they hold mess in, yes.
I still like OEM mats to some degree. If it was up to me, i'd keep WT mats for winter and carpeted mats for summer.
 

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wheel locks keep people from nicking your rims and leaving you on blocks. I'm not sure how someone can classify DVD headrests as only being appropriate in large SUV's, makes very little sense to me to confine entertainment only to big SUV's, you know people who own MKZ's have children too, and they might even take a roadtrip...
Sure it is good for keeping the kids entertained, but I just associate those screens with more SUVs and airplanes. I just don't see the MKZ as a family vehicle really. It is more about my own opinion and less about if it actually works or if other people would like it.
 

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When it comes to how well they hold mess in, yes.
I still like OEM mats to some degree. If it was up to me, i'd keep WT mats for winter and carpeted mats for summer.
This seems like a good plan. The WT mats just don't look as nice as the carpet. I would only use the WT mats year round if I lived in a place that got a lot of rain. Otherwise, it seems appropriate to switch between the two sets of mats as the seasons change.
 

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This seems like a good plan. The WT mats just don't look as nice as the carpet. I would only use the WT mats year round if I lived in a place that got a lot of rain. Otherwise, it seems appropriate to switch between the two sets of mats as the seasons change.
Yeah thats the way to do it.
 

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This seems like a good plan. The WT mats just don't look as nice as the carpet. I would only use the WT mats year round if I lived in a place that got a lot of rain. Otherwise, it seems appropriate to switch between the two sets of mats as the seasons change.
i personally like the WT mats.
 
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