The Lincoln Motor Company hasn’t had much to brag about in recent years, but that might be about to change. Autobytel readers recently picked the all-new 2013 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid as the most appealing new entry-lux hybrid of the year. And coincidentally, not only did the MKZ Hybrid attract the highest percentage of voters (31 percent), it also offers the highest EPA ratings: 45 mpg city/45 mpg highway/45 mpg combined. For the curious, those grades are higher than in the 2012 model by 4 mpg city/9 mpg highway/6 mpg combined. Meanwhile, today’s poll continued with its “world turned upside down” results by placing the Lexus ES300h some 12 percentage points behind the Lincoln, and sticking the BMW 3-Series Hybrid down in last place, with just 4 percent of the votes.