|By PR Newswire||
|August 28, 2014 03:35 PM EDT||
ALEXANDRIA, Ky., Aug. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Those in tune with the shape an automobile understand the type of story that can be told as the contours flow from grille to tail lamp. With respect to the new MKZ sedan from Lincoln, the vehicle tells an engaging story that pays homage to the automaker's past while simultaneously looking forward to a luxurious future.
Starting with the vehicle's split-wing grille, the 2015 Lincoln MKZ at Mike Castrucci of Alexandria does not delay to establish a strong sense of the automaker's classic identity. But tri-state drivers notice a subtle transformation as the flow of the vehicle progresses toward the rear deck. Though design links the 2015 Lincoln MKZ in Cincinnati with its automaker's lauded heritage, the sedan is also representative of something uniquely modern with its span of LED lights that reach across the rear fascia.
Complementing MKZ's LED tail lamp configuration is an equally modern automotive feature that rests beneath the sedan's free-flowing hood. Designed to combine the efficient qualities of direct fuel injection and turbocharged induction, MKZ's standard EcoBoost engine makes 240 horsepower and 270 foot-pounds of torque. By no means does Lincoln sacrifice fuel economy to reach these figures, however; the 2015 Lincoln MKZ is estimated to return 33 highway mpg.
With new models arriving soon, local drivers looking cast themselves in the Lincoln MKZ story can look to Mike Castrucci of Alexandria for 2015 models of the new sedan. Located in tri-state northern Kentucky, Mike Castrucci of Alexandria will remain a local destination for drivers interested in the 2015 Lincoln MKZ the entire year through. Call 844-879-7081 or visit www.mikecastruccialexandria.com for more information.
Media Contact: Todd Williams, Mike Castrucci of Alexandria, 844-879-7081, [email protected]
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