Consumers who purchased a 2013 model year Lincoln MKZ Hybrid.
Ford Motor Company
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, every new car sold in the United States must have a fuel economy label, which can help consumers compare miles-per-gallon estimates between vehicles.
Consumers who purchased a 2013 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid may have legal recourse in light of allegations that the vehicle was sold under misleading fuel economy claims. According to advertisements, the vehicle boasts 45 miles-per-gallon (mpg) for both city and highway driving, making it the most fuel efficient mid-size luxury sedan on the market. Reports have surfaced, however, that the car only averages a 32 mpg in congested city traffic and 35 mpg in light city traffic.
If the 2013 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid was sold under misleading fuel economy claims, consumers who purchased the vehicle may have legal recourse. Recently, a number of car manufacturers faced legal action over the advertised fuel economy of their vehicles and attorneys are trying to determine whether a lawsuit can also be filed against Ford Motor Company over its 2013 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid.
If you purchased one of these vehicles, we would like to hear from you today. Tell us about the actual gas mileage of your 2013 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid and we can help determine whether you may be entitled to compensation in light of claims that these vehicles were sold under false pretenses.