2013 Lincoln Mkx – 2013 Lincoln MKX is a sophisticated, luxury mid-size SUV based on the Ford Edge. Launched in 2007 and renovated in 2011, he faced the latest and most popular competitors in this segment, which includes the Lexus RX, BMW X3, Cadillac SRX, Audi Q5, Mercedes-Benz GLK, Volvo XC60 and Infiniti FX. MKX does not offer a third row of seats, but its large size to provide comfortable seating for five people. Although Lincoln features such characteristics as high grille split wing, it can still be confused with the more pedestrian Ford Edge. Line MKX model is simple: the engine and transmission, the choice of front-wheel drive or four-wheel drive, and one of the three trim level options packages: Premium Edition, Elite Limited.
For those who are looking for a mid-size luxury SUV domestic car manufacturer, 2013 Lincoln MKX is a rounded, more traditional than the angular and aggressive Cadillac SRX looks. Standard 305-horsepower V6 MKX is one of the most powerful in this class. Renovated in 2011, the Lincoln MKX effect in 2013, only a few new colors, polished 22-inch wheels as an option, and minor updates to the electronic interface MyLincoln Touch.
2013 Lincoln MKX is a plush leather-trimmed seating for five and generous standard features such as heated and cooled front seats. All models feature MyLincoln Touch interface, which replaces many traditional buttons with multi touch screen. It is modern, but a bit difficult to use on the road. The system is also used for speech recognition. Aluminium and optional trim help give the feeling of luxury cottage. Gone for more than 32 cubic feet of cargo space behind the seats in the second row, and more than doubled when folded.
In 2013 Lincoln Mkx face-lift in 2011, when he got a new hood, front fenders and rear bumper. In front is the signature feature of the MKX: a massive, bright split wing grille, which gives the impression of power and prestige, because it binds to other Lincoln MKX in the current family. At 87.5 inches in diameter, the Lincoln MKX is several inches wider than some of our competitors, which may be important if you want to park in tight spaces or cramped garage. Even beginners2013 Lincoln Mkx four-wheel drive 18-inch aluminum wheels, a massive 20 – and even 22-inchers optional.