Also, the seats aren't quite as comfortable as I expected. They are very supportive. I'm hoping that I just haven't found the right adjustments for me. Also my mid level Revel system is a bit dissapointing.
Overall, I love the vehicle and look forward to driving it every day. It glides on the freeways.
I know what you mean about the seat adjustments. I've had my MKZ since the end of August and I just recently found the perfect position. In my defense I don't drive it everyday, lol. But they've always been comfortable to me tho.
A little late to the party, but I have issues with the seats as well. Coming from a 2012 Volvo S60, which had the most comfortable seats I had the pleasure to sit in, these a bit of a let down. Initially, on the extended test drive, they felt great (I wish I saved that position), but I have noticed they put pressure on the outside middle of my back (lower lats). After a bit of investigation, I think the seats are a bit narrow for me. I compared them to my 2013 VW CC, which are very comfy and quite supportive, and noticed they are about an inch and a half narrower between the bolsters. I fit perfectly between the CC's bolsters, with less than half an inch lateral movement. So my back is resting on top of the bolsters in the MKZ.
Since this is my wifes daily driver, I only drive it on weekends, random errands, and family drives. Every time I drive, I slightly change the seat position and save it to memory. I've been continually tweaking and have found a spot which seems to have improved the situation. The true test will be our 9+ hour drive to Maine this summer. I'll be driving the whole way.
Despite the seats, I love this car! Ours is Velvet Black with Terracotta/Ebony interior. The panoramic roof is fantastic!
In the garage: 2017 Lincoln MKZ 2.0T AWD Reserve, 2013 VW CC R-Line 6-speed manual, 2011 Triumph Speed Triple, 2003 Suzuki SV650
Prior tenants: 2012 Volvo S60 T5, 2012 MINI Cooper S, 2008 Subaru WRX STI, 2003 Subaru WRX, 1999.5 A4 2.8 QMS