We can see why you've got your eye on the Lincoln MKX. This mid-size luxury crossover SUV delivers smooth sailing with its powerful engine lineup. It's also stocked with every imaginable luxury feature to help you make the most out of your daily commute. Still, you might be wondering whether it's better to buy a new or used MKX. We've created this comparison guide to help you make the best decision for you. Check it out before you buy! We highlight some major differences between the used 2012 and the new 2016 Lincoln MKX.
The used 2012 Lincoln MKX cabin is handsome and spacious. The newly redesigned 2016 MKX, however, takes luxury to the next level. The frame is longer than that of previous incarnations, giving you extra elbowroom and increased comfort. It's also a great people-hauler, with room for three full-sized adults in the backseat. The backseat reclines for maximum comfort. You'll love its newly premium feel. Details, like a leather-wrapped dash and upholstery, give the 2016 MKX an upscale vibe. In addition to higher-quality materials, the 2016 MKX cabin is also stocked with high-tech luxuries. For instance, the heated front seats keep you snug and warm on frosty roads. The front seats are also ventilated, keeping you cool all summer long. It's practically impossible not to be comfortable in the 2016 Lincoln MKX.
These days, you need a crossover that's going to keep you connected. This is another great reason to go with the 2016 MKX, which provides all the latest gadget-friendly technology. We like the MyLincoln Touch infotainment system because it's responsive and offers intuitive, easy-to-use menus. The system connects to your smartphone, which comes in handy when you want to make calls from the road. You can also do things like create voice-to-text messages and stream music from devices.
While both MKX models can really move, the 2016 model takes the cake. Its all-new, turbocharged 2.7-liter V6 engine delivers more output than ever, with 335 horsepower and 380 pound-feet of torque. With that level of potency, the MKX provides a smooth, luxury-level ride. This new V6 also provides the perfect balance of power and fuel economy, earning up to 17 city/26 highway mpg. Even with max loads of up to 3,500 pounds in tow, this turbocharged engine never breaks a sweat.
As you can see, the 2016 Lincoln MKX is in top form - it wouldn't be an exaggeration to say it's the best MKX yet. Inside, it's more luxurious than ever, with a handsome leather-wrapped dash and beautiful trim detail. The cabin is so spacious that you'll never want to leave. On the road, the 2016 MKX is smooth and refined. Best of all, it balances its massive power with excellent fuel economy. Come in and test drive the MKX today.