Lincoln is transplanting the face of its most significant SUV, the Navigator, onto its tiniest crossover, the MKC. To accompany its brand-new schnoz, the revitalized 2019 Lincoln MKC likewise gets an improved active-safety tech offering. However much stays the very same beneath, with an option of 2 turbocharged four-cylinder engines and either front- or four-wheel drive.
2019 Lincoln MKC Review
With its brand-new squared-off, single-piece front grille, the MKC now matches the remainder of the freshened lineup, consisting of the Continental, the MKZ, and the Navigator.
The modification brings Lincoln one action even more in its quest to remove the old two-piece waterfall grille from its lorries– just the MKX and MKT crossovers will still use that outdated style. Improved LED headlights flank the brand-new grille, and Lincoln stated the MKC’s rear end is various, too, although we’re tough pushed to see much modification there.
On the within, the only noteworthy change is the addition of a brand-new Rialto Green color choice, offered on the MKC’s Reserve trim level.
The MKC’s optional suite of active-safety innovations gains pedestrian detection for its forward-collision-warning system. We presume that this function will continue to be provided in an alternative package together with adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping help, and park help; they’re presently part of the $2295 Technology plan that is offered on 2018 Reserve and Black Label trims.
There aren’t any mechanical modifications to the MKC, which utilizes a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder with 245 horse power as its base engine and a 285-hp turbo 2.3-liter 4 as an upgrade. Both couple with a six-speed automated transmission and either front- or four-wheel drive.
2019 Lincoln MKC Release date and Price
Provided the very little modifications, it’s not likely the 2019 MKC’s rates will budge much from the existing model’s $34,280 entry point when it goes on sale next summertime.