About Lincoln MKX

    Lincoln's successful luxury crossover hit the pavement in December of 2006 as a 2007 model and has become a domestic leader in its segment. The Lincoln MKX first appeared as a concept vehicle at the 2004 North American International Auto Show as a descendent of the Aviator. Rather than go with another midsize, the concept was scaled down to present a competitive domestic alternative to well-known crossover entrants such as the Lexus RX and Infiniti FX. The Lincoln MKX is built off of Ford's CD3 platform along with the Mazda 6, Ford Edge, Ford Fusion, Lincoln Zephyr, and Mercury Milan, among others. It is a unibody design offered up in front-wheel drive with four-wheel drive as an option. It is 186.5 inches long with 111.2 inches as the wheelbase. The MKX also boasts a height of 67.5 inches (67.3 2008 and up) and a curb weight of 4,220 lbs. (4,420 lbs. for all-wheel drive).

    The powertrain for the Lincoln MKX consists of a 3.5L Duratec V6 engine capable of 256 horsepower and a six-speed 6F automatic transmission. The exterior of the vehicle features a bold signature front-end grille, wide taillights, and 18 inch wheels. Inside the model, there is room to fit up to five passengers comfortably and enough cargo area for a few bags of groceries. Real wood trim around the dash, squared instrument gauges, and heated/cooled leather seats highlight the interior. Trim levels are the Elite and Ultimate. For the Elite, drivers get a Vista Roof (skylight), voice-activated navigation, satellite radio, and Sirius Travel Link. In the Ultimate package, chrome wheels, adaptive headlights, power-rear liftgate, heated rear seats, and a DVD setup in the back are available. Safety features such as traction control, stability control with rollover mitigation, front-seat airbags, and side curtain airbags are offered on all versions of the Lincoln MKX.

    Another contributing factor to the drivability of the MKX is the four-wheel independent suspension and MacPherson strut front suspension it shares with the Ford Edge. Four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes are standard in all models and provide ample braking distance despite the weight of the vehicle. While there have been only minor changes to MKX parts since the MKX debuted, 2008 did see some updates. Lincoln badges were placed near the front doors and more options became available. Limited Edition and Monochromatic Edition packages were now being offered, displaying upgrades like 20 inch chrome wheels and other styling cues. The Lincoln MKX is currently assembled at Ford's Oakville Assembly Plant in Oakville, Ontario, Canada with its platform-mate, the Ford Edge. Response to the MKX has been strong. The Lincoln MKX received the 2007 Strategic Vision Total Value award, beating out one of its rivals, the Lexus RX. It has also been a consistent Top Safety Pick according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

    Drivers of the Lincoln MKX understand the valuable presence a true luxury crossover SUV can provide. For starters, this is one stylish looking machine. Its aerodynamic shaping is as sleek as it is defining, unquestionably setting the mark for the MKX's stand alone status. Thanks to breezy, quiet performance and well-tuned handling, drivers cruise with class as well as confidence on all types of terrain. This is a highly-competitive field with a lot to offer. It is easy to get lost in the shuffle. But the MKX rises above and sets itself apart with style and substance. Still a viable presence on the road to this day, drivers of the Lincoln MKX tend to add on their own custom accessories and parts to further the legacy.

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    IIHS Blessed 2011 Lincoln MKX With Top Safety Pick Status
    IIHS Blessed 2011 Lincoln MKX With Top Safety Pick Status

    According to the report released by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) on April 20, the 2011 Lincoln MKX finally managed to pass all necessary tests and gain the agency's Top Safety Pick award. The award applies to the MKXs, built after February 2011.

    For the 2011 Lincoln MKX model it was the second attempt to get the honorary title. When Ford Motor Company delivered its luxury CUV to examination for the first time, the MKX was rated “Good” for the side, front and rear crash protection, but failed to pass the rollover crash test due to the low strength-to-weight ratio. With Ford's commitment to safety, it was decided not to wait for the 2012 model, but make the necessary improvements to the current one.

    According to the Institute's regulations the roof of the vehicle should withstand a weight that is four times higher than the overall vehicle's weight. The engineers at the Blue Oval managed to increase the roof strength from 3.5 up to 4.7. This level was confirmed by the IIHS.

    In order to receive the prestigious IIHS award a vehicle should get all “Good” scores for tests that determine how well it can protect passengers in an accident on the highway.

    Having been recognized by the IIHS, Lincoln's midsize SUV joined the MKT three-row premium vehicle, MKS large flagship sedan and MKZ midsize luxury car in the automaker's hall of fame as all these models now have the Top Safety Pick award under their belts.