The 2007 Lincoln MKX can be found in 9 classy colors, with 7 of the colors having a metal edge. The rate series of the MKX is roughly $35,000 to $45,000 per Lincoln’s site. Obviously, optional devices and functions are offered.
The MKX is offered with all the bells and whistles, consisting of heated-and-cooled front seats and cooled rear seats; a rear-seats DVD home entertainment system; a sunroof with powered shading; a DVD-based navigational system; a Soundmark THX II-certified audio system with 14 speakers; a Sirius satellite radio; an auxiliary MP3 outlet; a reverse-sensing system; adaptive front headlamps; and 18-inch, eight-spoke machined aluminum wheels. The car has side-impact, seat-mounted air bags and side-impact air bag drapes, and a tire-pressure tracking system. Furthermore, there is a special-latch system for kids’s security, front-seat air bags, and auto-adjusting seat belts for security.
The 2007 Lincoln MKX is considered as a high-end crossover, implying that it integrates the high-end discovered in high-end sedans with the performance of an SUV. The MKX is a break out vehicle for Lincoln, as Ford is connecting to attract more youthful purchasers. With the MKX being positively compared with the Acura MDX, the Lexus RX, the Cadillac SRX, the Mercedes-Benz M-Class, and the BMW X3, the Lincoln Aviator’s replacement is taking a really good specific niche. The “brand-new kid” has the power to support its buzz with a 3.5-liter Duratec 35 V6, 265 horse power and a six-speed, transverse automated transmission. The transmission, which is referred to as 6F, was co-developed by Ford and GM at an R&D expense over $1 billion.
It is safe. You will never need towing near it. It carries out well. It is fancy. The ’07 Lincoln MKX is not your daddy’s Lincoln. However it might be yours.