As Ford's luxury brand, Lincoln offers a crossover competitive with the likes of the Acura MDX and the Infiniti EX35. The MKX may not drive as well, but its cabin tech is the best in the business, with excellent MP3 player and cell phone connectivity and information services.
2009 Lincoln MKX
As automakers shifted from building SUVs to crossovers, interesting new models cropped up, the Lincoln MKX being one of them. This car is based on the same platform as the Ford Edge, but gets luxury touches to comport with the Lincoln brand.
The MKX has a less-than-luxury ride, as it doesn't quite float over bumps and imperfections in the road. It's also not designed for fast cornering, being a little too top-heavy. This one features all-wheel-drive, but it can also be had with front-wheel-drive.
One of the most important buttons is on the steering wheel, activating voice command that lets you ask for music by artist and album, phone people by name, and enter addresses into the navigation system.