Lincoln adds a new model to its range with the MKC, a compelling small SUV with upscale styling and tech.
The all-new MKC from Lincoln is a small, luxury SUV.
The platform uses front-wheel-drive architecture, but all-wheel drive is available as an option.
The big, signature Lincoln grille adorns the front of the new MKC.
Lincoln offers the MKC with either a 2-liter or a 2.3-liter engine, a difference between 240 versus 285 horsepower.
The MKC is designed for five occupants and cargo.
An adaptive suspension includes modes labeled Sport, Normal, and Comfort.
The front seats provide comfortable support.
The rear bench seat folds down to expand cargo area.
Wood trim with a satin finish is a very nice touch in the MKC's interior.
The center stack is dominated by the MyLincoln touchscreen infotainment interface.
Buttons for the transmission mode line the side of the touchscreen.
The homescreen shows quadrants for stereo, navigation, climate control, and phone.
Maps, stored on SD card, show traffic and building outlines.
Sirius Travel Link brings in a variety of useful information, such as gas prices and weather.
The hands-free phone system includes a dial pad, but voice command works very well.
HD Radio is one of the many available audio sources.
The music library detects any device plugged into one of the car's USB ports.
The playback screen shows album art, when it is available.
The MKC includes many driver assistance features, including this rearview camera.