There's a certain stigma that comes when one chooses to make a hybrid their main mode of transportation. Spoken or not, it's assumed that when one selects such a vehicle that they are giving up on certain elements in order to prioritize maximum efficiency.
Efficient and reliable as many hybrids may be, there's no denying that things such as the exterior and interior aesthetic, overall comfort, utility and driving pleasure are sacrificed. Thankfully, though, that's why automakers such as Lincoln have made entered into the hybrid arena and dared to ask, "Why can't you have comfort and efficiency?"
The answer is: You can. And the all-new Lincoln MKZ hybrid is the definitive proof.
When you turn the engine of the Lincoln MKZ hybrid, you turn an engine that gets up to 41 miles per gallon in the city, and up to 39 miles per gallon on the highway. It's 2.0L Atkinson-cycle four-cylinder engine that is meticulously engineered to provide better mileage while also managing to both recover vehicle energy and recharge the batter pack during deceleration and braking.
So you gain an engine on a full-size sedan that manages to get the same sort of gas mileage that a compact Japanese economy car would get with just a regular gasoline engine. What do you lose? Nothing. That's the entire point.
When you open the door and slide into the spacious and luxurious interior, you'll know that you're still getting a vehicle that comes fully equipped with the sort of comforts and innovations that only Lincoln knows how to deliver.
So make your choice today. Choose to sacrifice nothing. For once, get everything you want out of life and do it behind the wheel of a Lincoln MKZ hybrid.