Lincoln MKX Overview

The 2011 Lincoln MKX is a 4-door, 5-passenger luxury sport-utility, available in two trims, the FWD and the AWD.

The 2011 Lincoln MKX is redesigned with new exterior styling, a more luxurious interior and the first application of MyLincoln Touch driver connection technology as standard equipment for MKX. Ford describes MyLincoln Touch as a smarter, safer and simpler way for drivers to connect with in-car technologies and their digital lives. The new exterior design features a signature Lincoln split-wing grille, body-side brightwork, new taillight design and exhaust tips. Inside, the MKX features more luxurious materials, attention to detail and improvements to make the cabin quieter. Engine enhancement increase output to 305 horsepower and 280 lb-ft of torque for the 3.7-liter Duratec V6 engine.


Standard Engine:

$39,375 – $41,225

The 2011 Lincoln MKX FWD is equipped with a 3.7-liter, V6, 305-horsepower, engine that achieves 19-mpg in the city and 26-mpg on the highway. A 6 speed automatic transmission is standard.

Average Consumer Rating: 0.0 stars

Expert Rating: 3.3 stars

MyLincoln Touch 2011 MyLincoln Touch Review – Help or hindrance while driving the MKX?
Rating: 3 stars
By Gary Chan

“Navigation functionality with the MyLincoln Touch system was a love/hate experience. I tried following the voice prompts to enter a new destination, and it couldn’t understand the street name despite several tries”

2011 Lincoln MKX 2011 Lincoln MKX First Impressions Review
By David Colman 

“This Lincoln is stable, quick and handsome. With the addition of a few more control buttons and the deletion of the overwrought laptop whiz-bang graphics, this Lincoln would fill the mid-size crossover SUV bill just fine.”

2007 Lincoln MKX 2007 Lincoln MKX Video Review
Rating: 3.3 stars
By Kurt Gensheimer 

Watch the video review as Kurt sums up the crossover five-passenger luxury crossover utility vehicle.

2007 Lincoln MKX 2007 Lincoln MKX Review – Luxury on the Edge
Rating: 3.3 stars
By Kurt Gensheimer 

“It’s safety record proves its worth as a well-built machine, and on the highway you can feel its quality in the ride and cabin silence. From the outside, it looks like a high-quality, luxury CUV.”

2011 Lincoln MKX | 2007 Lincoln MKX

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