Lincoln MKX Overview
Like its Ford Edge corporate cousin, the MKX is a two-row SUV that falls short of its competitors. Its 3.7-liter V6 provides strong performance, but the transmission is unrefined. Handling, though sound, isn't agile, and the ride is too ordinary for a luxury vehicle. The cabin is quiet but not as hushed as it should be at this price. The MyLincoln Touch interface, which consists of a touch screen and touch-sensitive buttons, makes adjusting the climate, audio, and other functions distracting and tedious. Despite attractive wood and leather trim, overall interior quality is a mixed bag. Reliability has improved to average, but the MKX scores too low to be recommended. A redesign, based on the current Ford Fusion, looks promising.
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