Compare Lincoln MKZ vs Mercedes Benz C-Class

 

The 2017 Lincoln MKZ | Research & Comparisons

The 2017 Lincoln MKZ at a Glance:

Driving a luxury sedan can make a huge difference in how you approach the day, and when it's as good looking and well-appointed as the 2017 Lincoln MKZ, you don't have to feel any stop-light envy when you sidle up next to another. With four trims and an available hybrid powertrain, the 2017 Lincoln MKZ is full of choice for those discerning drivers from Mayfield Heights, Cleveland, Kent, Mentor, and Middleburg Heights, OH. If you're interested in a responsive, rewarding executive sedan with an interior dressed in luxury and an exterior ready for a black-tie event, the 2017 Lincoln MKZ deserves a spot at the top of your list.

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Comparing Head-to-Head: the 2017 Lincoln MKZ VS the 2017 Mercedes-Benz C-Class

The 2017 Mercedes-Benz C-Class refers to a group of vehicles, so for the purpose of this comparison, we're going to focus on the 2017 Mercedes-Benz C300 Sedan, though it should be noted there coupe and cabriolet configurations for the C-Class models as well. Now, let's dive a bit deeper:

  • When it comes to an executive sedan, the Lincoln MKZ starts you off right: a standard WiFi Hotspot makes for a workspace on wheels in the 2017 MKZ, but you won't find it in the Mercedes-Benz C300 Sedan unless you're ready to pay a pretty penny extra for it.
  • Any luxury sedan should be comfortable, unreasonably so, even, which is why the 2017 Lincoln MKZ offers you a total passenger volume of 96.5 cubic-feet and seating for five; the 2017 Mercedes-Benz C300 Sedan also gives you seating for five, but it'll ask you to fit all five of you into a paltry 88.2 cubic-feet of passenger volume.
  • When you have a luxury sedan, you'll probably want to keep it well protected, but if you're driving the 2017 Lincoln MKZ, you can let Lincoln handle some of that care, thanks to a robust 6-year/70,000-mile drivetrain warranty and Roadside Assistance for unlimited years and unlimited miles; sure, Mercedes-Benz will give you a drivetrain warranty and roadside assistance, but you'll only see 4 years/50,000 miles in the drivetrain warranty and 4 years/50,000 miles of roadside assistance. By contrast, even if you drive over that 50,000th mile, Lincoln won't hang you out to dry. Mercedes-Benz? Hard to say.


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