2014 Lincoln MKX

Up to 17 MPG city / 23 MPG hwy
$38,575 - $40,525

2014 Lincoln MKX

2014 Lincoln MKX

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Lincoln's intentions of separating their lineup from Ford hasn't quite made it to the MKX yet, as the Ford Edge based midsize Crossover bears more resemblance to it's sibling than any other pairs in the range. That being said, the Edge is a good platform to add standard features like MyKey keyless entry/ignition and a 305 horsepower V6 to. The smallest of Lincoln's three-SUV lineup, the MKX also receives very premium features such as Adaptive Cruise Control and Collision Warning to work alongside BLIS, Lincoln's blind spot warning system. Other safety features like the adaptive HID headlamps change direction with the steering wheel to illuminate the exact part of the road you're going to. Should it start to rain, available automatic windshield wipers are activated immediately, leaving your hands free to tend to the THX II certified audio system. The standard MyLincoln Touch, first introduced on the MKX in 2011, is the sole recipient of any upgrade on the 2013 model. The optional DVD player is also a welcome treat to those in the particularly roomy back row should they choose not to admire the generous skylight view from the Panoramic Vista Roof that runs the length of the ceiling. See more... See Less

2 Available Trims
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  • 305

    HP

    18city

    26hwy

    $

    38,575

    MSRP

  • 305

    HP

    17city

    23hwy

    $

    40,525

    MSRP

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Reviews and Ratings
Overall
Pros Cons
Ease of entry. i have a spinal cord injury and vehicle is very easy to get into. Mpg - not bad for awd / could be a little better
Handling in adverse conditions. never spins in snow-good traction Navigation, audio, climate control panel - confusing
Smoothness of ride in all driving conditions Keyless ignition: still getting adjusted to it
Appearance of new style of mkx: heads turn Sync with cell update: difficult, even for my husband who programs computers!
Steering wheel is attractive and comfortable Navigation and hands free system is flawed.
Drive - from transmission to nitrogen filled tires Lincoln did a great job with styling in the front but not back.
Paint & trim done extremely well. Power rear hatch does not stay closed.
Blind spot indicator in side view mirrors Navigation, sync, my lincoln touch are horrible. have never worked properly
Drivability- on road, parking the vehicle Does not make tight turns in parking lots
Adaptive cruise control - enhances safety and makes long trips better. Car not wide enough or long enough; rough ride