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.
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.