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The Lincoln MKX was revamped in 2011 and carries over to 2012 mostly unchanged. Four new colors are offered, a 14-channel amplifier is included in the optional THX audio system, and turn signals are now integrated into the exterior mirrors on Premium Package models.
Lincoln claims the MKX enters its segment with both class-leading power output and fuel economy from its 305 horsepower, 3.7-liter V6, which returns 19/26 mpg (city/hwy) on the FWD model, and 17/23 when equipped with all-wheel drive. The 2011 MKX also offers a range of posh standard equipment, including the extremely cool MyLincoln Touch user interface.
For 2010 the MKX gains in integrated convex blind spot mirror, ups its city fuel economy and offers the Midnight Limited Edition Package touting Tuxedo Black metallic paint with body colored grille, ebony interior package and bright chrome 22-inch wheels.
The 2015 Lincoln MKX is a 2-row, 5-passenger luxury crossover SUV that vies for attention in a segment that includes bestsellers such as the Lexus RX, Audi Q5 and Cadillac SRX. The MKX is based on the Ford Edge but separates itself from its mainstream sibling with upscale amenities that include leather seating, climate-controlled seats and a strong V6 engine. Starting just under $40,000, the MKX is priced similar to rivals but is well-equipped and simple to build and option. The MKX may have some appeal as an American luxury SUV (though it's actually made in Canada), but there's no denying that this Lincoln is showing its age compared to newer rivals that have better fuel efficiency, easier-to-use technology and more advanced safety features.