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EcoBoost

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    U.S. Southern Atlantic
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    Tampa Bay, FL
  • Current Vehicle
    2015 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid Reserve

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  1. EcoBoost

    Finally spent time with new Aviator

    The only thing in regards to acceleration/performance that "concerns" me a bit is the fact that the GT is about 800 lbs. heavier than the regular version.
  2. EcoBoost

    Finally spent time with new Aviator

    Thanks - that's what I thought..
  3. EcoBoost

    Finally spent time with new Aviator

    Do you think this is still up to date? I don't see the 2010 MKS outperforming the current MKZ 3.0TT AWD.
  4. EcoBoost

    Finally spent time with new Aviator

    ..and the fun part about the GT is that it's an absolute "sleeper". Nothing on the outside of this vehicle is screaming 450 HP/600 lb.-ft. torque at you - not even the wheels.😁 My favorite styling-combo - and it's a GT: Lincoln Aviator BL GT This looks like luxury - but you can't even guess the performance....
  5. EcoBoost

    Finally spent time with new Aviator

    No problem - it was my fault for being too lazy to quote..😁
  6. EcoBoost

    Finally spent time with new Aviator

    I'd say that's Silver Radiance..
  7. EcoBoost

    Finally spent time with new Aviator

    Good thing is that the Pristine is still a metallic so that's fine with me.
  8. That's interesting. When I got my BL last month, all incentives added up to more than $5K. Granted, that also included $2K for being a current owner but the 'regular' incentives were more than $3K.
  9. I had the 3.7 on my 2013 MKZ and there was absolutely nothing to complain about. Offering it as the base, non-turbo option is fine with me.
  10. The BL configurator is not up and running yet - but I got the order guide and price list from my dealer: 2017_Conti_OG_BL.pdf 2017_Conti_PL_BL.pdf
  11. A fully loaded BL (without Chroma special paint which is $1,750 extra) comes up to $78,705 (incl. performance tires). So if you're going for a fully loaded one, BL is the far better deal.
  12. EcoBoost

    2016 Lincoln MKX

    You'll love that color! So if you don't mind me asking...how much is a lease on such a fully loaded one?
  13. EcoBoost

    Floor Mat Recall Notice

    I received the notice for my 2009 MKZ. However, I don't have the the rubber-mats so the recall does not apply in my case.
  14. EcoBoost

    MKZ review by CarPro (video)

    Nice review - although the car he is driving (2.0 EB) certainly has no MSRP of "over $50,000". You need the V6 for that....
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