Truth be told, a lot of people who might enjoy the Lincoln MKS would very likely enjoy the Lincoln MKZ as well. These two cars have a lot in common, both featuring a strikingly handsome exterior and intelligent design throughout. But how are they different?
The Lincoln MKS is slightly larger than MKZ. As such, the MKS offers slightly more interior passenger and trunk space than the MKZ. The MKS also goes on to feature a 3.7-liter TiVCT V6 under the hood as well as a twin turbo EcoBoost engine option.
The Lincoln MKZ may score a few points on the sporty side of affairs, though both the MKS and MKZ are driver’s cars. The MKZ is strong on versatility, offering three different engine options. Each option features a unique power-to-efficiency balance. Dramatically enhancing the versatility of the MKZ is the available 2.0-liter Atkinson-Cycle I-4 hybrid powertrain, offering 41 mpg in the city.
Both cars offer excellent driving dynamics. Intelligent All-Wheel Drive is available on both vehicles.
Which one to choose just comes down to your situation and personal preference.