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Most people say RWD is better than FWD. I agree, but I think the question of if it is necessary also plays a factor. For a performance coupe, I say absolutely. For a luxury sedan like the MKZ, it's not so important.
 

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RWD with the V6 model for sure, it's a big V6 so why not. Plus Lincoln is the type of brand that always had RWd vehicles and a RWD setup on it's smallest sedan would make it a ton of fun.

not liking the FWD and FWD bias AWD system on it currently
 

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RWD with the V6 model for sure, it's a big V6 so why not. Plus Lincoln is the type of brand that always had RWd vehicles and a RWD setup on it's smallest sedan would make it a ton of fun.

not liking the FWD and FWD bias AWD system on it currently
Yah I'll agree with that. The V6 aligned with a RWD would be much more preferable. But I don't think I would be willing to spend too any higher.
 

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Lincoln needs a FWD vehicle, the MKZ is one of their best selling sedans and if they want to keep up with the times, having at least one FWD vehicle is what they have to do. Also it's a great setup to start thinking of turning into an EV

MKZ hardtop EV = WANT
 

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Lincoln needs a FWD vehicle, the MKZ is one of their best selling sedans and if they want to keep up with the times, having at least one FWD vehicle is what they have to do. Also it's a great setup to start thinking of turning into an EV

MKZ hardtop EV = WANT
Going EV could be successful but there is also a bit of risk. There is not many luxury cars that are EV right now, so the market could be wide open if there is a demand for it.
 

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Well to begin with Lincoln has only a few cars. Unlike other brands that have so many lines consumers get confused to decide on which one is best suitable for them.

This plays well for Lincoln in a way if you think about it. They only have a few vehicles to perfect. Now if they offered three different drive trains within the same vehicle that might now be a bad idea. This will reach out to a number of consumers with different needs whether if it safety, a sports sedan or just a piece of mind for the winter. Having different drivetrains would help.
 

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i think there would still be a market for an electric model.
all the other electric vehicles aren't as nicely equipped as the mkz is.
it might end up costing $50k before rebates but worth it if you want luxury in an electric car
 

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electric powertrains are better left to ford
let lincoln get up to speed with the rest of the luxury car industry then suggest electric
Lincoln needs to do something to stand out. Cadillac has the ELR EV Coupe which already helps with showing a side of Cadillac never seen before, it's time Lincoln does it's part. Moving with where the industry is going an ELR EV rival or something close will make the luxury EV battle very fun.
 
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