The unchanged crossover based on the Ford Edge is coming once again as 2019 Lincoln MKX. It will be pretty powerful with output over 300 horses. Also, fans will be able to purchase downgraded version, with smaller displacement and fewer ponies. The driving system is versatile since buyers can choose between FWD and AWD. Furthermore, extra packages will add more options to tune MKX as you wish.
No only performance is what’s making this crossover so popular. Its bold styling and strong appearance leave no one cold-hearted. Panoramic roof, premium audio, driving assist features, and many other options will improve overall driving impression. Safety is also a highlight of this SUV, with 5-star crash rating received from National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
2019 Lincoln MKX Engine and Specs
The 2019 Lincoln MKX is going to use a 3.-l V-6 drivetrain. This is the same unit used by its predecessors. This engine is capable to produce 305 hp through a 6-speed transmission. Power is being sent to front wheels by default. However, buyers can pick an all-wheel-drive method. Other possibility for source of energy for 2019 MKX is a 2.7-l EcoBoost V-6. Nevertheless, we still don’t know how many ponies will come out of this engine.
2019 Lincoln MKX Redesign and Changes
Although we won’t see radical changes, redesign will change things on 2019 Lincoln MKX. Crossover is going to be more aggressive thanks to the revisit of front fascia. Designers decided to restyle the nose with new headlights and modification of the grille. We believe this is going to lead to more changes. First things to be changed are bumper and air intakes. Big update on the front doesn’t continue on sides or back. The SUV is not taking too many changes comparing to current model.
Lincoln MKX Trim Levels and Options
The 2019 Lincoln MKX is going to be available in eight versions. There are four different trim levels, and each of these have FWD and AWD models. Entry level MKX is Premiere. Select and Reserve crossovers belong to mid-range segment. Top of the class is a Black Label model. The last version produces the same amount of power. But, the price difference of $20,000 comparing to base unit comes with luxurious features and premium materials. Almost all features that are optional for mid-range class, Black Label offers as standard. Of course, there are also some unique parts that will make it more stylish and appealing.
2019 Lincoln MKX Safety and Pricing
Standard safety features for 2019 Lincoln MKX are brake assist, electronic stability control and traction control. Higher trims add blind spot monitor, while lane departure warning is extra equipment on top model.
How much does Lincoln MKX cost?
Base units of Lincoln MKX in 2019 will cost around $42,000. This is the price of the current Select trim. We believe that the company is going to keep all versions. Nevertheless, the most changes are definitely coming for Black Label. In the upcoming model, there will be even more features and options, so its price will jump. A vehicle from current season costs $54,000, while MSRP for AWD model is $57,000.