2015 Lincoln MKC: Review

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Upgraded Trims
Upgrading to the Select level starts at $37,225 and adds Bridge of Weir soft leather trim, 10-way power driver and passenger seats, ambient lighting, and 18-inch Luster-Nickel painted aluminum wheels. For an additional $1,000, GPS navigation can be added, as well as Blind-spot information system (BLIS). Starting at $40,930, the top-level Reserve trim adds heated and cooled front seats, a sunroof, GPS navigation, hands-free liftgate activation, BLIS and 18-inch polished aluminum wheels.

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2 thoughts on “2015 Lincoln MKC: Review

  1. Steering-wheel controls are less confusing than the Cadillac SRX. Also more interior room. Better vehicle at a lower price!

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