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2007 Lincoln MKX Overview

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Avg. Price: $15,960
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Avg. Price: $15,709

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55 stars

Based on 8 reviews

Favorite Vehicle Ever by bdriskill
 — I bought this vehicle with 19,900 miles on it and it looked and drove like a NEW car. Still does...it's got the tight, quiet feel of a well built auto. Maintenance and repairs are a non issue. This is... Read More
Lincoln Mkx by Keith
 — We were pleasantly surprised by the performance of the Lincoln MKX. The engine has way more power than this vehicle needs and the transmission is butter smooth. 95% happy with this car. Detroit h... Read More
Mkx Drives Like A Dream by jsmccandlish
 — Looks great and is very comfortable. Love the leather seats and the Sirius Radio. Drives like a dream. Gas mileage isn't that great but it's worth it. Turn signal/bright light thing sometimes ... Read More

2007 Lincoln MKX Overview

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2007 Lincoln MKX

The 2007 Lincoln MKX is a five-passenger, luxury crossover vehicle known its relative fuel economy (18 city/25 highway for the two-wheel drive trim). Its buyers have the luxury of choosing from nine colors, including one called Creme Brulee.
The MKX's competition includes its lower-priced sibling, the Ford Edge, as well as the Volvo XC90, the Nissan Murano, the Acura MDX, the Lexus RX350, and other mid-sized crossovers. Lincoln's target market is empty-nesters, although it's a shame to leave the comfy back seats empty, especially in a fully-loaded vehicle - rear-seat heaters are an option.
Standard equipment on both the 2WD and AWD versions covers a lot of comforts. Leather seats are a given, and you can opt to have them heated and cooled; there's even an option to get heaters and reclining seat backs in the second row, too.
The MKX (pronounced Mark X) delivers a quiet and plush ride, thanks to its four-wheel independent suspension and abundance of sound-deadening materials. All-wheel drive is available. Standard safety features fill a comprehensive list; among them are dual-stage front air bags with driver-seat position sensors and crash-severity sensors; side-curtain air bags are standard, too.

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