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Starting Price: $39,960 | Price yours

Above Average: Roomy interior, supple ride

Below Average: Sportiness, resale value

Consensus: Quiet luxury at the lowest starting price in the segment

 

Classic American Luxury in a Stylish Wrapper

The Lincoln MKX is finally coming into its own, as it's the most luxurious MKX to date. The attractive two-row compact SUV has amenities that make it more competitive with SUVs from Mercedes-Benz, Lexus, Cadillac and Audi. Along with 22-way-adjustable heated and cooled leather seats, the roomy, quiet MKX offers posh touches like seat massagers, 19-speaker audio and a panoramic moonroof.

Driving It

"When equipped with the 355-horsepower twin-turbocharged 2.7-liter GTDI V6, the 2018 Lincoln MKX is quite a sizzling performer. Having more than 100 lb-ft additional torque versus the standard 3.7-liter V6, the turbo engine delivers the kind of power required to move this 4,300-pound SUV with urgency, especially when passing or merging." Find out more in our 2018 Lincoln MKX full review.

First Look: 2019 Lincoln Nautilus

For 2019, the Lincoln MKX becomes the Lincoln Nautilus. In addition to updated styling, the Nautilus adds a second turbocharged 4-cylinder engine to the mix, plus advanced safety tech. The Nautilus is expected to go on sale in spring 2018.

Build and Price

The 2018 Lincoln MKX starts at less than $40,000, climbing to nearly $70,000 with all the bells and whistles. But those are sticker prices, and you should expect to pay less. Build and price your own 2018 Lincoln MKX to unlock this week's Kelley Blue Book Fair Purchase Price, 5-Year Cost to Own and more.

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Owner Insights

MKX owner and KBB.com visitor jhu6569 mentions a lot of positives with the MKX, including: "New Ford/Lincoln SYNC3 system is very easy to use. Cabin noise at all speeds (and yes we have already tried "all" speeds) is very very quiet. Handling as described by the general kbb review - a great long-distance cruiser." The only negative mentioned about Lincoln's SUV: "Only really slight negative is the rather pedestrian gas mileage, but even this is contra-indicated by the car's use of Regular 87 octane fuel." Read more Lincoln MKX consumer reviews.

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This popular segment has grown to 14 vehicles strong, each of the entries appealing on a variety of levels. Whether you're eyeing a midsize luxury SUV that has two rows or three, visit our Midsize Luxury SUV Buyer's Guide to have a look at all your options.

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