I guess I should start by saying there's nothing wrong with the Lincoln MKC. I had one over the holidays, I drove the crap out of it, and it did its job just fine. My ass and my passengers' asses and our stuff was conveyed from one point to another in ease and comfort. I could easily live with this car. What I don't…
We'll actually have a full review of the 2015 Lincoln MKC coming up very soon, but it's nice to know that one of the things we found most inane is actually bad enough for an honest-to-Ford recall. The start button and transmission select buttons in the MKC are so bad that people are shutting their cars off by accident.
Yeah. Life isn't just Cadillac CTS-V Wagons all the time, kids. But believe it or not, I like the 2015 Lincoln MKC more than I expected to.
With its mainstay customer base dying off (literally) Lincoln desperately wants to be cool again. You're right to be skeptical of a brand attempting metamorphosis, but the 2015 Lincoln MKC makes a pretty strong case for a second coming of Ford's luxury line.
The 2015 Lincoln MKC was quietly shown at the LA Auto Show last month, surprising given how important this car is to the Lincoln Motor Company and that it's rather good looking in person. And it turns out its pricing is rather attractive, too. Oh, and all the trim levels are named after fine liquor.
It's been out for a while now and it's safe to say the majority of people think the Lincoln MKZ is a good-looking car, big grille and all. But the motor company's next new car, the Lincoln MKC, looks even better. Some of it has to do with the clamshell tailgate. Who doesn't like a good clamshell tailgate?
The Lincoln MKZ is a Ford Fusion in a totally new suit. The Lincoln MKC (the C is for Crossover!) is a Ford Escape with an incredibly well tailored body and a brand new 275 horsepower 2.3 liter EcoBoost engine. But will it drive like a car that can attract a premium price?