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LINCOLN MKC   2018 2022
2018 2022

The last generation of the premium crossover SUV Lincoln MKC was released in 2019.
One of the most noticeable improvements was part of the exterior design. The split-wing grille was replaced by the brand’s newest model used with the Lincoln Navigator. This change gave the MKC a classier look than before.

Inside, the MKC featured an upgraded infotainment system, the Sync 3. While the instrument panel’s design looked a bit dated, it was easy to read.

For 2019, the Lincoln MKC was available in four trim levels: Base, Select, Reserve and Black Label.

The base trim level was well-loaded with 18-inch alloys, automatic LED headlights, a power liftgate, heated exterior mirrors, parking sensors, a rear-view camera, keyless entry and keyless go, dual-zone automatic climate control, leather upholstery, heated front seats and drive-seat memory functions. With the base trim level, the MKC featured standard technology features that included Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Bluetooth connectivity, 4G LTE and a Wi-Fi Hotspot, 2 USB ports an a 9-speaker audio system.

With the select trim level, the MKC came with more convenience features such as ambient interior lighting, upgraded leather upholstery and others.

Moving to the Reserve trim, the featured included those of the Selet. And extra hands-free liftgate, as well as ventilated front seats. Optional 19-inch and 20-inch were available.

The top-of-the-range, the Black Label trim level added to the Reserve equipment adaptive suspension dampers, distinct leather upholstery, different leather interior accents, a suede headliner and special color choices. The MKC in the Black Label trim level was easy to spot with its unique exterior trim.

Full Description and Technical Specifications
LINCOLN MKC   2014 2018
2014 2018

The small SUV Lincoln MKC was unveiled in 2013 at the Los Angeles Auto Show as a concept car and the sales for the series model started in 2014.
Lincoln needed to move fast and return on the luxury market. Since the customers started to look more often for SUVs, it came with the MKC. The vehicle was based on the same platform with Ford Escape/Kuga. It was a big effort to bring back the Lincoln brand into public attention and stop the decline of sales and image.

On the outside, the MKC featured a wing-design for the front grille, with the headlights extended from their tips. Below, a wide opening in the front bumper was extended from side to side. Additional air-intakes were installed. In the back, the taillights were linked together by a red bar across the tailgate. Dual exhaust was added for a final touch of performance-inspired vehicles.

Inside, the luxury vehicle came alive with innovative dashboard design. The instrument cluster was classic, with two large dials. On the side, there were five buttons to control the gearbox. No more gear-stick. On the center stack, there was the 8” touchscreen for the infotainment unit. The sound system was enhanced by THC and to control the media, Lincoln added the MyLincoln Touch system, which was compatible with both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

Under the hood, the MKC featured a choice of two turbocharged four-pot engines. The base version featured a 2.0-liter unit while the other option was a 2.3-liter. The former was offered with 2WD while the all-wheel-drive system was optional. The more powerful version was fitted as standard with all-wheel-drive. The adaptive dampers system was fitted as standard as well as the 6-speed automatic gearbox.

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