2017 Lincoln MKZ 2017: When's the Last Time...

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The return of the legendary Continental, the promise of an enormous Navigator, a (tasteful) refresh of the MKZ for 2017… Lincoln is reinventing itself once again. This latest renaissance could be the right one—as long as it hits the target.

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