2007 Lincoln MKX Review – Car and Driver

Car and Driver reviews the 2007 Lincoln MKX and writes – ‘Our all-wheel-drive MKX was loaded with options including adaptive headlamps, heated-and-cooled front seats, a DVD navigation system, a 14-speaker THX sound system, the big sunroof, and a power litigate, all of which made it pretty deluxe. But that extravagance raised the price from $36,445 to a lofty $43,595. That’s a lot of money for a vehicle that, looks aside, isn’t very different from the Edge, which starts at $25,995 for a front-drive model (add $1650 for all-wheel drive). Plus, many of those options are available on the Edge. The MKX is good, but unless you’re a huge fan of the styling or a dead-set on cooled seats, the Edge is a far better deal.’

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Published on May 15, 2007 in Car Reviews

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