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My Seat Keeps Moving To Another Position So I Have To Hit The #1 Setting Ev...
My 2012 Lincoln MKX seat keeps moving into another position every time I get out and I have shut off the easy exit. Every time I get in I have to hit the driver #1 button to get it back into my posit...
Front Windows And Sunroof Opening.
My wife has had her 2008 MKX 8 months. It's got 20,000 miles and it's front wheel drive with a sunroof. Our problem, I have gone out three times in the last two months to find the front windows down...
My Awd Doesn't Seem To Be Working, Only One Tire Engaging. What Would Be Th...
Sunroof Glass Breaking
Our sunroof exploded while driving on a divided highway with no one in sight in front of us. Ford says it doesn't warranty glass breakage. Ford says the edge of glass must have chipped at some time ...
Why Does Headlight Quit Working
The right headlight goes out while turned on. Turn the switch off and it works again. Intermittent operation. Left light normal.
About the Lincoln MKX
The 265-horsepower Lincoln MKX is making its debut for the 2007 model year, becoming the manufacturer's first crossover vehicle. It blends luxury and looks with utility and safety.
The safety factor is even bigger on the AWD trim, which adds Lincoln's Intelligent All-Wheel Drive technology, which constantly monitors each wheel and adjusts torque distribution accordingly and instantly. All MKXs come with front air bags with driver-seat position sensors and crash-severity sensors, side-curtain air bags, and ABS; roll stability control is available.
The smooth-riding MKX prides itself on providing a comfortable experience for all occupants. The leather seats are a pleasure to sit in, especially when they have the optional coolers and heaters, and equipment both standard and available work together to make long drives seem too short. Innovative options on the crossover include the Vista Roof, a huge sliding moonroof with a fixed panel behind it, and adaptive headlights, which pivot to shine around curves in the road.
Some see the MKX as simply a version of the Ford Edge with a plusher interior, a few more available options, and a higher price tag. That's up to individual opinion, but most sets of eyes will give it the edge over the Edge, and really all sets of ears will - the MKX offers a quieter ride for sure.