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2008 Lincoln MKX

The Lincoln MKX is an upscale alternative to the Ford Edge and Nissan Murano, offering the features of pricier crossovers from Acura, BMW, Infiniti, and Lexus. Introduced for the 2007 model year, the MKX is a crossover utility vehicle, or CUV, meaning it has the roominess and cargo capacity of an SUV but is built like a car for improved fuel economy, a smoother ride and better handling.

The MKX seats five in spacious comfort with room left over for baggage. Rather than offering a third row, the MKX offers stretch-out room for two rows of seats. It offers heated seats, a glass moonroof, DVD rear-seat entertainment, and other luxury features. It's perfect for realtors and other professionals who need a vehicle for ferrying clients that's easy to get in and out and offers passengers good visibility. The MKX turns tighter than many sedans, making it easier to maneuver in crowded parking lots and other tight areas.

The MKX shows Lincoln heritage in ease of use. One doesn't have to climb in, familiarization with operating controls is quick, and driving characteristics are predictable. For many, the MKX is just the right blend between a luxury sedan and a full-size luxury SUV such as the Navigator.

The 2008 Lincoln MKX adds new features and equipment. Topping the list is Sync. Developed with Microsoft, Sync integrates cell phones and media players into the vehicle through Bluetooth technology and a USB interface. Sync comes standard on 2008 MKX models, along with Sirius satellite radio. Also available for 2008 are 20-inch wheels and a Limited Edition package with interior enhancements and special exterior trim.

The Lincoln MKX comes with front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. All-wheel drive costs about $1,700, and saps 1 EPA mile-per-gallon in the city and 2 mpg on the highway. It also adds slightly quicker gearing and larger brakes.
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The Lincoln MKX is an upscale alternative to the Ford Edge and Nissan Murano, offering the features of pricier crossovers from Acura, BMW, Infiniti, and Lexus. Introduced for the 2007 model year, the MKX is a crossover utility vehicle, or CUV, meaning it has the roominess and cargo capacity of an SUV but is built like a car for improved fuel economy, a smoother ride and better handling.

The MKX seats five in spacious comfort with room left over for baggage. Rather than offering a third row, the MKX offers stretch-out room for two rows of seats. It offers heated seats, a glass moonroof, DVD rear-seat entertainment, and other luxury features. It's perfect for realtors and other professionals who need a vehicle for ferrying clients that's easy to get in and out and offers passengers good visibility. The MKX turns tighter than many sedans, making it easier to maneuver in crowded parking lots and other tight areas.

The MKX shows Lincoln heritage in ease of use. One doesn't have to climb in, familiarization with operating controls is quick, and driving characteristics are predictable. For many, the MKX is just the right blend between a luxury sedan and a full-size luxury SUV such as the Navigator.

The 2008 Lincoln MKX adds new features and equipment. Topping the list is Sync. Developed with Microsoft, Sync integrates cell phones and media players into the vehicle through Bluetooth technology and a USB interface. Sync comes standard on 2008 MKX models, along with Sirius satellite radio. Also available for 2008 are 20-inch wheels and a Limited Edition package with interior enhancements and special exterior trim.

The Lincoln MKX comes with front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. All-wheel drive costs about $1,700, and saps 1 EPA mile-per-gallon in the city and 2 mpg on the highway. It also adds slightly quicker gearing and larger brakes.
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$35,840 MSRP / Window Sticker Price

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Engine 3.5LV-6
MPG 16 City / 24 Hwy
Seating 5 Passengers
Transmission 6-spd auto w/OD
Power 265 @ 6250 rpm
Drivetrain front-wheel
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