2017 Lincoln MKC Upgraded

By Matt DeLorenzo on April 19, 2016 9:30 AM

The 2017 Lincoln MKC compact crossover SUV will boast several feature upgrades for the coming model year including improvements to the infotainment system. On the convenience side, all models of the MKC will now have power rear liftgates as standard equipment.

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Ford’s luxury division also will incorporate the new Sync 3 infotainment system on the revised MKC which also includes access to Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Sync 3 also has improvements to the touch screen and voice recognition.

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On the function front, start/stop technology will be available on the 2.0-liter all-wheel-drive model and will continue to be standard on front-drive versions. The 2017 MKC will come equipped with an Auto Hold feature that keeps the vehicle stationary once it’s come to a stop. The driver no longer has to keep a foot on the brake pedal and instead, the brakes are released when the accelerator is depressed. While Lincoln is accepting orders for 2017 MKC models, final pricing will be announced later.


 

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