Lincoln MKC Review

21/28  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
6.6  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
5
Seats
25.2 - 53.1  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New for the 2018 Lincoln MKC?

The most significant change for the Lincoln MKC in 2018 is the addition of 4G Wi-Fi hotspot capability to all its trims as standard equipment.

2018 Lincoln MKC

Trims & Features

The 2018 Lincoln MKC has three flavors: Premiere, Select, and Reserve. All trims of the MKC have a number of optional upgrades such as a more power 2.3-liter engine, larger 19 or 20-in wheels, a 14-speaker THX II Certified audio system, panoramic sunroof, and Lincoln's Drive Control adaptive suspension. There are also three larger packages: the Select Plus package that adds navigation, a Technology package that adds a number of safety features like lane-departure warnings, and a Climate package that adds heated back seats and steering wheel, and a windshield de-icer.

The MKC Premiere is the baseline model that includes 18-inch wheels, LED or Xenon headlights and taillights, and a power liftgate in the back. The cabin makes it clear this is a luxury vehicle with the basic amenities including keyless entry and start, heated front seats, a 12-way power driver's seat and 4-way power seat for the passenger, leather interior, dual-zone climate control, a 9-speaker audio system with SYNC 3 and an 8-in touchscreen, and voice control software. There's native support for Apple CarPlay and Android Audio, and both USB and SD-card slots are provided so you can bring your own playlist.

The MKC Select builds on the Premiere trim by swapping out the 18-in wheels for more stylish wheels and adds a universal garage-door control, auto-folding side mirrors with turn signals, exclusive leather seats with Bridge of Weir upholstery, power leather-wrapped steering wheel, and an 8-way power passenger seat with lumbar support.

The MKC Reserve starts its package upgrade with its own wheel design, heated and cooled front seats, a panoramic sunroof, a hands-free liftgate with foot sensor, blind spot monitoring, and rear cross-traffic alerts. It also gets a navigation system that's compatible with a Lincoln smartphone app that provides vehicle status reports and GPS location.

Horsepower

2018 Lincoln MKC ExteriorAll the 2018 MKC trims come with a 2-liter turbocharged engine that yields 245 horsepower and 275 foot-pounds of power. This engine has plenty of pep for any driver, but for buyers who want more power, there's an option to upgrade to a 2.3-liter engine that provides 285 horsepower. Either engine will give the MKC a driving experience that's far better than the average crossover SUV with good acceleration.

Safety

2018 Lincoln MKC RearIn 2018, the Lincoln MKC earned four stars out of five in National Traffic Safety Administration testing, scoring four stars in front and rollover crash tests and five for its side-impact testing performance. The MKC comes with a host of optional safety features, as would be expected of a luxury vehicle. They include adaptive cruise control, a lane-departure warning system, forward-collision warnings, and this SUV can even park itself. The lane-departure system will actively correct the MKC's path when it drifts out of lane with small steering adjustments as a signal to the driver.

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