2011 Lincoln MKX Values

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2011 model year changes

The LINCOLN MKX has been completely redesigned and technologically upgraded for 2011, marking the beginning of the second generation for the model. Dubbed the first ?button-less' interior, the 2011 LINCOLN MKX features the MyLincoln Touch interface, which eliminates tactile buttons and knobs in favor of a network of touch controls spread throughout the dashboard. For example, two shiny horizontal bars feature controls for volume and fan speed that are activated by sliding a finger across the bars. The entire system can be voice-activated and operates through an 8-inch LCD touch-screen. Two 4.2-inch LCD screens are also in the instrument cluster and are accessed by five-position toggles on the steering column. The screen on the left displays basic vehicle data while the screen on the right acts as a multi-media interface. All-new sheet metal from the A-pillar forward, plus a newly designed and reshaped rear gives the 2011 LINCOLN MKX a crisp look, accented by the newly adopted classic Lincoln 'dual-port' grille. The front fenders highlight the wheel arch while the rear sports tail lamps that are split, angular LED units instead of full-width. Inside, there are seven choices for ambient-lighting colors, featuring five different levels of intensity.

Competitive comparison

Aggressive, crisp new exterior design; more luxurious interior, increased horsepower and torque; more standard features and options; the first ?button-less' interior controls in the Lincoln lineup

Special features for 2011

Debuting in 2007, the LINCOLN MKX is a midsize luxury crossover SUV, successor to the LINCOLN Aviator. The LINCOLN MKX's utility flexibility combines with true Lincoln-style luxury and lots of technology to make a fuel-efficient luxury crossover without the German car price.
Gaining a modernized split-wing grill design and new taillights, the 2011 Lincoln MKX changes span beyond an altered outer look. To promote the premium quality of the 2011 Lincoln MKX, refinements were made to insulation as well as mechanicals to reduce noise inside of the vehicle's cabin. Standard features list of the premium crossover vehicle includes high-technology items such as Blind Spot Information System, Easy Fuel capless fuel filler and MyLincoln Touch highlighted by an 8-inch LCD touchscreen. Available on the 2011 MKX, HD Radio offers iTunes Tagging of songs. In front-wheel or all-wheel drive configurations, a new 305 horsepower, 3.7 liter V-6 engine is mated with a 6-speed automatic transmission on the 2011 MKX. Supplying a horsepower gain of 40 horsepower over the 2010 counterpart, the more potent 2011 MKX engine is actually better on fuel. Offering front-wheel drive models 19 miles per gallon city or 26 miles per gallon highway, the 2011 Lincoln MKX allows an extra mile per every gallon of gasoline. For greater control on less even surfaces, the 2011 MKX with all-wheel drive still musters 17 miles city or 23 miles highway in fuel economy.