Features are a strong point for the 2009 Lincoln MKZ. It offers everything that’s expected in this class, plus a couple that are still rare.
Car and Driver assesses "for the money, it offers an impressive list of standard equipment."
Edmunds reports “17-inch alloy wheels, leather upholstery, wood trim, heated and cooled power front seats with driver-side memory, dual-zone automatic climate control and a seven-speaker CD stereo with satellite radio and an auxiliary audio jack” are standard on the MKZ.
All standard on the 2009 Lincoln MKZ are "a hands-free communication and entertainment system [which] integrates mobile phones and media players using Bluetooth and USB technology...and a reverse-warning system that beeps at drivers to warn of things behind the vehicle," according to Cars.com. Edmunds notes that this "Lincoln SYNC" system allows a "cell phone's address book...[to be] wirelessly and automatically transferred to the vehicle."
The "interior options include a navigation system and a premium audio system with 14 speakers," reports Cars.com. Kelley Blue Book says "among the many Lincoln MKZ options are chromed wheels, a power moonroof, High Intensity Discharge (HID) headlamps and DVD navigation."
A frequently complimented THX-certified audio system is offered as an upgrade, and reverse parking sensors are also available, as is all-wheel drive—a scarcer feature among front-drive, luxury sport sedans.