3/4 Front Glamour 2015 Lincoln MKC

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What you must know before buying the Lincoln MKC
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  • MKC in generous supply; 2016s arriving
  • $500–$2,000 in bonus cash available
  • Lease from $395/mo with $0 down
  • 0% APR for 60 months continues

Lincoln's hot new model:

The new-for-2015 MKC has arrived in droves, and you should be able to find a nice selection across all trim levels. In fact, the MKC the now the most-stocked Lincoln model. The 2016s are available to a much lesser degree, but are already included in incentives programs.

Cash no matter what you drive:

If you currently own or lease a Lincoln (or Ford) vehicle, you'll get a $1,000 loyalty bonus toward a 2015 for sticking with the brand. That amount doubles to $2,000 for folks who currently drive a competing make. The bonuses can be applied to a purchase or lease.

As the 2016 model, there's a $500 conquest bonus for converts, but no loyalty bonus yet.

Zero-down leasing:

You can now lease a 2015 from $395 for 36 months (10,500 miles a year) with $0 due at signing. Clearly, this is a dramatic improvement over earlier lease offers that required $1000s down.

There is no national lease offer yet on the 2016 model.

No interest for five years:

As in previous months, Lincoln is offering 0% APR on the 2015 MKC for up to 60 months. You can also select 1.9% for 72 months. And, yes, you can combine it with your bonus cash.

Rates on the 2016s range from 0% for 36 months to 1.9% for 60 months.

Note: These offers are available in Southern California, but may vary where you live. Check your local incentives with a Trusted CarsDirect Dealer »

Lincoln's hot new model:

The new-for-2015 MKC has arrived in droves, and you should be able to find a nice selection across all trim levels. In fact, the MKC the now the most-stocked Lincoln model. The 2016s are available to a much lesser degree, but are already included in incentives programs.

Cash no matter what you drive:

If you currently own or lease a Lincoln (or Ford) vehicle, you'll get a $1,000 loyalty bonus toward a 2015 for sticking with the brand. That amount doubles to $2,000 for folks who currently drive a competing make. The bonuses can be applied to a purchase or lease.

As the 2016 model, there's a $500 conquest bonus for converts, but no loyalty bonus yet.

Zero-down leasing:

You can now lease a 2015 from $395 for 36 months (10,500 miles a year) with $0 due at signing. Clearly, this is a dramatic improvement over earlier lease offers that required $1000s down.

There is no national lease offer yet on the 2016 model.

No interest for five years:

As in previous months, Lincoln is offering 0% APR on the 2015 MKC for up to 60 months. You can also select 1.9% for 72 months. And, yes, you can combine it with your bonus cash.

Rates on the 2016s range from 0% for 36 months to 1.9% for 60 months.

Note: These offers are available in Southern California, but may vary where you live. Check your local incentives with a Trusted CarsDirect Dealer »

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FWD 2.0L$39536$0$37,405

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