Lincoln's first crossover is one part of a product strategy to round out Lincoln showrooms and continues to deliver with new features and equipment for the 2008 model year.
Lincoln's MKX has defined the brand's presence in the fast-growing premium crossover segment with an elegant exterior design, an award-winning interior, and third-party recognition for safety, quality, and technology. The MKX has consistently sold at a faster pace than its key competitors and brought new customers into Lincoln dealer showrooms at an impressive rate. The brand's first crossover is one part of a product strategy to round out Lincoln showrooms and continues to deliver with new features and equipment for the 2008 model year.
The award-winning MKX combines modern Lincoln design with a sporty stance, a powerful engine, and a quiet interior. It also boasts such technological advances as adaptive headlamps that move with the steering wheel, a panoramic glass Vista Roof, heated and cooled front seats, heated rear seats, 14-speaker THX II-Certified audio system, and voice-activated navigation. The five-passenger luxury CUV is powered by a fuel-efficient 3.5-liter engine and class-leading six-speed transmission with fully independent suspension. A suite of standard safety features, including AdvanceTrac with Roll Stability Control and solid unibody construction, has helped the Lincoln MKX earn a Top Safety Pick selection by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
The 2008 Lincoln MKX gives customers even more of what they expect from a luxury crossover with more industry-first innovations, a new Monochromatic Limited Edition, and a host of new standard features: