New York Show 2010:Lincoln MKZ Hybrid

By Daniel Chubb - Apr 1, 2010

With Fords plans to offer a large range of Hybrid vehicles in the U.S. over the coming years, the New York Auto Show was backdrop for unveiling its newest addition. The Lincoln MKZ Hybrid for 2011, to join the already highly praised Fusion and Milan models.

As the main purpose of Hybrids is to return better fuel economy, the expected figures of 41 miles per gallon around town and 36 on a motorway run, the MKZ will claim the most fuel-efficient luxury saloon available in America.

Although there is not much difference between the Hybrid MKZ and the standard version, Ford hopes that by pricing it under the current class leader (Lexus’s HS250h) it will bring in better sales at the showroom. Follow the link below to see more pictures of Lincoln’s latest Hybrid and to read their press release.

Will the next car you buy be a Hybrid?

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Also See: 2011 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid Review: Ford Fusion Similarities