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  • John Diether
    Automotive Editor - May 4, 2016

    2017 Lincoln MKC OVERVIEW

    A strong contender in the compact luxury crossover wars, the MKC has succeeded in bringing a raft of new customers into Lincoln showrooms. In just a few years of production, the MKC has become a hot-selling staple of a brand in need of a winner.

    What's New for 2017

    A power liftgate is now standard on all models, as is an auto-hold feature for the braking system. The base engine's fuel-saving automatic stop-start feature is now able in conjunction with all-wheel drive.

    Choosing Your Lincoln MKC

    The five-passenger MKC starts out with front-wheel drive and a turbocharged 2-liter four-cylinder good for 240 horsepower. The available 2.3-liter turbo four-cylinder provides a boost to 285 horsepower. All-wheel drive is optional with the 2-liter and standard on models equipped with the 2.3-liter.

    All-wheel drive versions come with an adaptive suspension system, which is optional with front-drive. A six-speed automatic transmission is installed across the board.

    With the rear seat in place, you get about 25 cubic feet of cargo space. Fold it down, and you're looking at 53 cubic feet, which is average for this class. The cabin's standard active noise cancellation assures a quiet ride.

    As before, the MKC is offered in four trim levels:


    Carries a leatherette interior with wood or aluminum trim, heated power front seats, driver memory, keyless ignition, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and a nine-speaker sound system featuring Lincoln's Sync 3 infotainment interface. Rear parking sensors, a rearview camera, and a power tailgate are also standard. Outside are 18-inch alloy wheels, xenon headlamps, and LED taillights. Note that the Premiere is available with the 2-liter engine only; the 2.3-liter becomes optional at the next level.


    Adds leather upholstery, expanded passenger seat controls, ambient interior lighting, a cargo cover, and power-folding side mirrors with automatic dimming. The available Select Plus package tacks on a navigation system and blind spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert. There's also a Climate package with heated rear seats, a heated steering wheel, automatic heated wipers, and automatic high beams.


    Gets the Select Plus contents as standard, plus a panoramic sunroof, a power-adjustable steering wheel wheel, and ventilated front seats. Also aboard is the MyLincoln Mobile app, which allows remote communication with the vehicle, including starting, through your smartphone. The available Technology package gives you lane keeping assist, adaptive cruise control, front collision warning, and an automated parking system. The Climate package remains optional.

    Black Label

    Equipped like the Reserve, but with an extended leather interior in your choice of four distinctive design themes. You also get a roof rack, a black grille, 19-inch wheels, and a faux suede headliner.

    All models are eligible for a premium 14-speaker sound system and 19- or 10-inch wheels.

    CarsDirect Tip

    The Premiere carries a friendly price, but the lack of leather upholstery and option packages makes it a bit too austere for this class. We recommend starting your build with the well-rounded Select, and moving to the Reserve if it's the only route to a feature you can't live without.

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