Lincoln has opened the virtual book on its MKX crossover utility. The automaker is offering the chance to 'pre-design' their latest offering via their website, Lincoln.com. For Autoblog regulars, you know the drill: All prices, packages and options are survey-only estimates. In fact, savvy Windows shoppers who refresh the site will notice that the pricing actually changes visit-to-visit, but that doesn't mean that the prices and specifications don't provide a reasonable ballpark.
If the 'configurator' is to be believed, MKX will base at around $34,000-$35,000, with AWD variants coming in around $1,500-$2,000 higher. From the looks of it, roll-stability control, 18" wheels and leather seating surfaces will be standard issue. Options include heated/cooled front seats, rear seat entertainment, THX II surround sound and a panoramic sunroof.
Refresh your MKX impressions with a look back at its NAIAS introduction here.
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