Vehicle Spotlight: 2017 Lincoln MKZ

Originally introduced in 2006 as the Lincoln Zephyr, the 2017 Lincoln MKZ has made giant leaps over the last several years and has become one of our favorite cars, by far!

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Standard in the 2017 Lincoln MKZ is a 2.0L I-4 240hp intercooled turbo engine, 6-speed automatic transmission with overdrive, 4-wheel anti-lock brakes, side seat mounted airbags, curtain first and second row overhead airbags. Also included are driver and passenger knee airbags, airbag occupancy sensors, automatic air conditioning, 18” aluminum wheels, cruise control, ABS and driveline traction control, and AdvanceTrac electronic stability.

If fuel efficiency is what you’re looking for, the 2017 Lincoln MKZ gets an estimated 21 city MPG and 31 highway MPG, perfect for long trips, or your commute to and from work, especially in the Washington, D.C. area.

With features like having the ability to roll up your windows from your key fob, the push-button gear shift, and a quiet cabin, this car is a must-see.

Other features like adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go functionality, auto hold to keep the car at a complete stop without the driver having to press and hold the brake pedal, and available enhanced park assist are available on your new 2017 Lincoln MKZ.

Visit us online to figure out which features are must-haves for you on your new 2017 Lincoln MKZ, and then contact us for a test-drive. We know you won’t be disappointed.

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Best Fall Sight Seeing Destinations in Maryland and Virginia

Autumn is an absolutely beautiful time of year. Between the crisp cool weather, the leaves turning every shade of red, yellow and orange, known to man, and the foliage that takes your breath away, no matter where you look.

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Maryland and Virginia are known for having some of the best destinations for sight-seeing in our area. Take a look at our list of some of our favorite places to visit in the Fall.

  • Deep Creek Lake, Maryland—Deep Creek Lake, located in Northwestern Maryland has some of the most spectacular sites during the months of September, October, and November. Take advantage of farmers markets, concerts, antique, car and craft shows, at the Autumn Glory Festival from October 12-16.
  • C&O Canal National Historic Park, Maryland—Located in Hagerstown, Maryland, C&O Canal National Historic Park is perfect for hiking, biking and history exploration among a 184.5-mile-long canal along the Potomac River. The stunning views of the fall foliage will make you want to stay forever.
  • Elk Neck Peninsula, Maryland—Located at the top of the Chesapeake Bay, Elk Neck State Park and Forest is perfect for water lovers. Dig your toes into the sand and enjoy the colorful forest around you with those closest to you.
  • Ocean City, Maryland—Although it might be too chilly to swim in the ocean, Ocean City is still a wonderful place to visit in the Fall months. Take advantage of the beautiful ocean views, incredible dining options, and shops along the way.
  • The Crooked Road, Virginia—If you love music, this might be your go-to destination. The Crooked Road is a 300-mile voyage through the breath-taking Appalachian Mountains. You’ll see and hear some of the best performers of traditional country, folk and bluegrass music, all without having to travel far to do it.
  • The James River, Virginia—If you’re a history buff, you know that the James River and the James River Plantations are a huge part of our Nation’s history. Take a trip back in time and see the history that the James River Plantations have to offer.
  • Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia—If you’re looking for an educational outing, and a little bit of adventure, a trip to Colonial Williamsburg is for you! Get the best of both worlds with an adventure back in time in the historic town, or, release your audacious side at Busch Gardens Williamsburg.

So, what are you waiting for? Pack up your new Lincoln vehicle and start making plans. After all, fall won’t be around forever.