Lincoln MKC

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2019
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2019 Lincoln MKC Ratings & Reliability
The MKC includes luxury and high-tech features, but this Ford Escape-based model falls short of the class leaders. Power is strong, particularly from the 2.3-liter turbo four-cylinder, but that engine returned just 19 mpg overall in our tests. That, combined with the small gas tank, results in a short cruising range. The push-button gear selector for the six-speed automatic is inconveniently located far up on the dash. None of the adaptive suspension modes make for a truly comfortable ride. Handling is secure but trails its German rivals. A quiet cabin, plush trim, easy access, and decent rear-seat room enhance livability, but rear visibility is limited. A 2020 redesign with a name change to Corsair is around the corner.
2015-2018
2015 Redesign Year
Lincoln MKC 2018
The MKC includes luxury and high-tech features, but this Ford Escape-based vehicle falls short of the class leaders. Power is strong, particularly from the 2.3-liter turbo four-cylinder, but it returned just 19-mpg overall in our tests. Combined with the small gas tank, that results in a short cruising range. A fussy push-button shifter controls the six-speed automatic. None of the adaptive suspension modes make for a truly comfortable ride. Handling is secure, but agility trails its German rivals. A quiet cabin, plush trim, easy access, and decent rear-seat room enhance livability, but rear visibility is limited.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2018 $20,675 - $31,475 $18,330 - $28,630
2017 $17,000 - $26,475 $13,820 - $23,880
2016 $15,525 - $22,400 $12,325 - $19,825
2015 $14,800 - $18,625 $11,580 - $16,030