Lincoln MKZ Awarded USAA Best Value Honors

2014 Lincoln MKZ

The 2014 Linocln MKZ was listed on the 2014 USAA Best Value Vehicles list.

When it comes to providing for the U.S. military community and their families, they deserve only the best. That’s why it comes as no surprise that the 2014 Lincoln MKZ was named on the fourth-annual USAA Best Value vehicles list.

 

The USAA, a leading financial services provider for the military, named the MKZ to the Midsize Luxury category after seeing the fuel efficiency and incredible safety features the sedan has to offer. To be named to the USAA Best Value list, a car needs to be considered part of a broader rating system called USAA Preferred, which evaluates the safety, reliability, and affordability of a variety of vehicles. Currently, only 24 vehicles are named as a USAA Preferred vehicle.

 

“Enabling our military and their families the ability to experience the premium aspects of the MKZ is an honor,” said Matt VanDyke, director of global Lincoln. “We are so encouraged the attributes of the Lincoln MKZ are resonating with our customers as we continue to reinvent our brand by providing the highest level of quality, design, and personal service.”

 

With a standard 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine, the 2014 MKZ offers an EPA-estimated 22 mpg city and 33 mpg highway. It is rated as a Top Safety Pick+ by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, making it a great car to protect our military personel and their families.

 

To see the 2014 Lincoln MKZ for yourself, come on into Brown Motors Ford Lincoln today and give it a test drive!

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