2019 Lincoln MKC Specs Review Update
2019 Lincoln MKC. The most striking change to Lincoln MKC for the year 2019 is its appearance. Here, Ford’s luxury arm has gained a great deal of freedom to update the Lincoln MKC significantly, making it compatible with the company’s new design, which includes a new front end with the signature brand network and plenty of stylish chrome. Lincoln is moving the largest SUV to the smallest car, the Lincoln MKC. In keeping with its new car, the updated Lincoln MKC Lincoln MKC also benefits from enhanced safety. But there is still much to be found below, with two four-cylinder engines fitted with a turbocharger, a front engine or a four-wheel drive.
With its new one-box network, the 2019 Lincoln MKC now complements the rest of the active lineup, including Continental, MKZ, and Navigator. And Lincoln is another step in removing the old cascade of only two pieces of its cars, the MKX and MKT transmissions will still wear this old design. The new LED headlights tighten the grids, and Lincoln said the rear end of the Lincoln MKC is also different, although it’s hard for us to see a big change there. From the inside, the only noticeable modification is the addition of the Rialto green option, available at the Lincoln MKC reserve level.
The optional 2019 Lincoln MKC range of active safety technologies provides pedestrian gains for the front-end collision warning system. We assume that this feature will continue to be featured in a range of options with Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Assist and Garden Assistant; it is currently part of the $2295 technology package available in the 2018 Reserve and Black Label models.
Powertrain offerings will remain in Lincoln MKC as they are for 2019. The primary engine will remain a four-cylinder engine with a 2.0-liter turbocharged 245 hp. The optional engine will remain a turbocharged 2.3-liter turbocharged engine with 285 hp and a 305-lb torque. We expect the two engines to continue to drive through a six-speed automatic transmission before charging it to the front wheels. Payment with total payment will remain an option.
Official prices will start at $34,920, including destination, a price increase of $640 compared to the previous year. Prices range to $50535 for the Black Label with four-wheel drive. The competition includes the Jaguar F-Pace, the Lexus NX 300 and the Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class. Lincoln expects to have 2019 Lincoln MKC in showrooms in the summer of 2018.