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2017 Lincoln MKZ Debuts With New Nose, 400 HP: 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show | Edmunds.com

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2017 Lincoln MKZ Debuts With New Nose, 400 HP: 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show | Edmunds.com

Lincoln unveiled the refreshed 2017 MKZ with a new face and a wicked new 3.0-liter turbocharged V6 rated at 400 horsepower.

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  • questor2kquestor2k Posts: 7
    edited November 2015
    Faccia brut. Lincolns just keep getting uglier and uglier. Is it just me or does the side profile look an awful lot like the 6000 SUX from Robocop? http://www.imcdb.org/i004112.jpg

    I hope the upcoming Continental redesign can save this company, but I'm not so sure.
  • I was waiting for something that resembled a Bentley, but not this mashup.
  • questor2k said:

    Faccia brut. Lincolns just keep getting uglier and uglier. Is it just me or does the side profile look an awful lot like the 6000 SUX from Robocop? http://www.imcdb.org/i004112.jpg

    I hope the upcoming Continental redesign can save this company, but I'm not so sure.

    Minus the nose, it's the same profile as the current car, since this thing is nothing more than new lipstick on the same old pig... it's what Ford is famous for. If Ford can't stretch a vehicle platform for a minimum of 10 years, they won't build it.

    Ford spends the least in new vehicle platform R&D, which is why Ford didn't need a bailout when the others did, but Ford did get billions handed to them by the government years earlier. Sad that wasn't even talked about when everyone was beating up GM and Chrysler for needing bailed out.
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