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(Model years 2019 - 1926 including exotics and classic cars)
Thanks to the MKC’s long list of standard and available luxury features, it’s edged its way into a cluttered marketplace.
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 5.0
The MKT represents Lincoln’s vision of a luxury crossover SUV. And it’s brilliant.
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The stylish and elegant MKX comes with surprising amounts of features for its price tag.
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Lincoln’s full-size Navigator SUV is as large as they come, and is packed with luxury features.
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The extra-large Navigator L gives you a larger wheelbase and more interior storage room, but comes with the same standard and optional features as other Navigator upper trim levels.
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 4.3
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 4.3
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 4.7
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 4.3

Lincoln's first entry in the sport utility vehicle market was a runaway success. Perfectly predicting a possible boom in the luxury utility products in the mid-1990s, Lincoln outfitted a Ford Expedition with their own branded luxury to create the Navigator. Lincoln's first four-wheel drive equipped production vehicle, the Navigator offered many high-end features such as a power moon roof and additional sound deadening. Lincoln attempted to repeat success of the Navigator by offering the small, Ford Explorer-based premium utility called the Aviator. The Lincoln Aviator lasted only briefly as the focus turned towards premium crossover vehicles. The MKX was the first Lincoln crossover vehicle while a seven-passenger MKT later followed. For 2015, the Lincoln MKC was added as a compact crossover with acclaim. Also in 2015, a revised Lincoln Navigator replaced its V-8 engine with a 3.5-liter EcoBoost V-6 powerplant improving fuel mileage for the large sport utility vehicle.