2015 Lincoln MKC: Review

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Although most MKC buyers are likely to drive in urban environs, we had the opportunity to see what the small SUV could do on some very twisty roads outside Santa Barbara, California. The MKC handles impressively well. We pushed the small crossover hard through tight corners; the result was little body lean and excellent grip. The all-wheel drive and torque vectoring worked well to keep the vehicle smooth and on track. The ride is comfortable and the cabin quiet — even at high speeds there’s very little wind or road noise thanks in part to Lincoln’s Active Noise Control.

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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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