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Pothole? What pothole? The 2015 Lincoln MKZ barely notices them

John Brandon | Sept. 10, 2014
After driving the 2015 Lincoln MKZ, I can report that the "pothole mitigation" feature (there's a term for you) worked like a charm.

The base model RLX costs $48,450. To get a starter version of the MKZ, you'll pay just $34,190--even the base model comes with CCD as a standard feature. To add all of the trimmings, including AWD, a 3.7-liter engine, and blind spot detection, you can expect to pay north of $52,000. Our test car cost $52,110. Potholes, you've been officially put on notice.


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