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The 2007 Lincoln MKX is seen as a luxury crossover, meaning that it combines the luxurious found in excessive-finish sedans with the performance of an SUV. The MKX is a get away car for Lincoln, as Ford is reaching out to attraction to younger buyers. With the MKX being favorably compared to the Acura MDX, the Lexus RX, the Cadillac SRX, the Mercedes-Benz M-Class, and the BMW X3, the Lincoln Aviator’s replacement is carving out a very good niche. The “new child” has the facility to back up its hype with a 3.5-liter Duratec 35 V6, 265 horsepower and a six-pace, transverse automated transmission. The transmission, which is known as 6F, was co-developed by Ford and GM at an R&D price over $1 billion.
The MKX is obtainable with all the bells and whistles, including heated-and-cooled entrance seats and cooled backseats; a rear-seats DVD entertainment system; a sunroof with powered shading; a DVD-based mostly navigational system; a Soundmark THX II-certified audio system with 14 speakers; a Sirius satellite tv for pc radio; an auxiliary MP3 outlet; a reverse-sensing system; adaptive front headlamps; and 18-inch, eight-spoke machined aluminum wheels. The vehicle has facet-affect, seat-mounted airbags and facet-affect airbag curtains, and a tire-pressure monitoring system. Moreover, there is a special-latch system for kids’s safety, front-seat airbags, and auto-adjusting seatbelts for safety.
The 2007 Lincoln MKX is available in nine snazzy colors, with seven of the colors having a metallic edge. The worth vary of the MKX is roughly $35,000 to $45,000 per Lincoln’s website. Of course, non-obligatory equipment and features are available.
It is safe. It performs well. It’s flashy. The ’07 Lincoln MKX is just not your daddy’s Lincoln. However it may very well be yours.
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| 08 27th, 2010 |