Lincoln MKC 2018
The Lincoln has only improved its quality of vehicles especially in crossover SUV recently in the past few years. The Lincoln MKC 2018 is new name in the market since it’s new among the others in league. However a detailed look on the vehicle opens up positive experience for it. The Lincoln MKC 2018 is less expensive as compared to its rivals, comes with a lot of features, offers overall comfort and most importantly its affordable. However diving down further into the Lincoln MKC 2018 you’ll notice the less cargo space present at the back along with smaller backseat, some level of disappointment in the engine performance as well as the interior materials aren’t good enough to feel. One more important drawback is no options such as anti-collision warning and mitigation are available in Lincoln MKC 2018 even for the most expensive trims until you adapt technology package.
The Lincoln MKC 2018 comes with few new updates from the past year such as it now has Lincoln Connect, Lincoln 4G Wi-Fi hotspot system for all trims. Four-way power lumbar support on driver’s seat those are present in all trims whereas for the front seat the lumber control comes in select trim and higher ones.
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MKC Reserve FWD 2018 is offered in four trims in total.
The premiere trim is least expensive base model trim which still offers plenty of features and options for a base trim. The premiere trim s equipped with automatic Xenon headlamps, 18-inches wheels, rear parking sensors, heated mirrors, dual-zoned automatic climate control, power lift gate, leather seats, keyless entry and ignition, power adjustable front seats with heating options. The standard tech features for a crossover in Lincoln MKC 2018 includes 8.0 inches of infotainment system with Sync 3 interface, Android Auto & Apple CarPlay, two USB ports and 9-speakrs audio system along with Lincoln Connect for 4g WI-FI hotspot in the cabin. The Premiere trims starts at $33,000.
The select trim for Lincoln MKC 2018 offers more convenience features as in any other crossover SUV. The standard trim also has dual four-way powered lumber control for both seats at the front. The list extends to power folding mirrors, hands free lift gate, eight-way powered passenger seat, a cargo cover, ambient cabin light, premium leather on leather seats and steering, Other optional features include panoramic roof whereas you can get blind-spot warning and navigation in Select Plus package as well. The Select trim is priced at $39,160.
The Reserve is priced higher from the previous two and it comes with exclusive warranty, maintenance plans and post-sales support. The reserve trim has ventilated front seats, onboard modem for controlling different functions, hands-free lift gate. The 19-inches and 20-inches wheels both are available for reserve trim version. Reserve trim for Lincoln MKC 2018 costs $40,625.
The Black Label trim is obviously the most expensive advanced trim in Lincoln MKC 2018. The Black Label trim is fitted with 19-inches wheels, adaptive suspension dampers, and leather upholstery further upgraded; simulated suede headliner, unique exterior and interior trim as well as special choices in colors from other trims of Reserve trim of Lincoln MKC 2018.
Both the Reserve and Black Label trims can be fitted with 14-speakers THX-II sound system instead of conventional 9-speakers audio system. Climate package includes heated rear seats and steering, automatic vipers, deicers and automatic high-beam.
Further the Reserve and Black Label package can be equipped with technology package that has adaptive cruise-control, Forward-collision warning, mitigation system and automatic parking system. The Black Label trim can be bought in FWD and AWD both drive trains. The FWD and AWD version of Black Label trim costs 47,200 & 49,610 respectively.
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Engine & Power:
The Lincoln MKC 2018 is powered with 2.0L four-cylinder engine combined to a six-speed automatic transmission. The engine generates about 240hp for FWD versions. The AWD version is optional as is the 2.3L engine with 285hp optional. This engine is offered in all trims except Premiere. As for the driving experience of Lincoln MKC 2018 it drives well on the road. Handling is also good in the vehicle. However the optional upgraded 2.3L engine isn’t as much of difference as it should be. The Lincoln MKC 2018 is ideal for the urban life drive.