New Lincoln MKZ

What are current incentives and mfr in Phoenix area

Interested if anyone knows anything on this for South New Jersey. Wouldn’t mind going with the older style if the incentives are very attractive.

Thanks in advance.

2017 MKZ FWD - Premiere, Select, and Reserve

Phoenix, AZ
36/12K: 54% residual, 1.25% APR
All: $1,000 lease cash
Targeted: $1,500 RCL Loyalty, $500 Military/First Responders/Grad

2017 MKZ FWD Hybrid - Premiere, Select, and Reserve

Phoenix, AZ
36/12K: 56% residual, 1.25% APR
All: $250 lease cash
Targeted: $1,500 RCL Loyalty, $500 Military/First Responders/Grad

2016 MKZ, New Jersey

36/12K: 46% residual, 0.5% APR
All: $6,500 lease cash
Targeted: $1,500 RCL Loyalty, $1,000 Lexus, Acura, Infiniti Conquest Cash, $500 Military/First Responders/Grad

2016 MKZ Hybrid, New Jersey

36/12K: 47% residual, 0.25% APR
All: $6,000 lease cash
Targeted: $1,500 RCL Loyalty, $1,000 Lexus, Acura, Infiniti Conquest Cash, $500 Military/First Responders/Grad

Last year in August they liquidated their MY15 Hybrids, advertised deal was $0 down and $349/mo 36/10.5K…There were not major MY15 to MY16 changes but there are huge changes from MY16 to MY17…I’d strongly consider waiting until August to see what the offerings will be…Also the hybrid uses 87 fuel while the 2.0t uses premium…It’s an oddball of a car, though…Base pricing isn’t feature rich and is like $10K more than the car it’s based on, the Fusion…That new Fusion V6 sport (AWD, twin turbo with 380lb/ft of torque) will be an absolutely rocket and quite the sleeper which will have the same MSRP as the base MKZ…The MKZ will also offer this engine (AWD or surprising in FWD which is way to powerful to do anything other than to spin the tires) but will be priced at about $8500 more and again not have a ton of features…

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I’m not seeing many 2016 MKZs in my area here in South Jersey, so I think they’re pretty tapped out with the $6500 in lease cash, or at least reaching that point (I’m going off cars.com, which is only showing a couple of 50-55K Black Labels).

But I certainly agree with the sentiment that the MKZs, at least prior to this new one - which I think is aesthetically awesome - are really not that special of cars. Even with the deal to which you’re referring from last year, I don’t think that’s even a good deal. You get that 12K miles/year, and roll taxes, tags, and fees into your payment, and you’re probably looking at something north of $450/month.