Lincoln MKX


Asked by Jun 16, 2016 at 10:53 PM about the 2016 Lincoln MKX Reserve

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I purchased 2016 Lincoln MKX in Dec. 2015. The car has stalled seven time while attempting to park. It was taken to the dealership twice and I thought the problem had been solved. Surprise! While driving down a busy street in New Orleans the engine quits. The dashboard shows something to the effect about the "accessories". I move to the right to avoid getting rear ended. Step on the brake and the car starts. Anybody else experience this problem?

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Our 2014 MKZ has been trouble free. Take it back to the dealership. They will get it fixed, be patient.


Well, what Bob says is true, but there is no excuse for a new car to be doing dangerous things like that- especially after having the dealer's service department look at it- it sounds like you have money so why not trade it in on something more reliable? like something that doesn't say "Ford" on it?


Hey jamnblues, I hope you are not recommending one of those GM "shove em or let em set" vehicles.

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Thanks for your replies. I have an appointment with the dealership on 27 June. I don't have a lot of confidence with the dealership in solving this problem. This car also has the Revel radio which we are not satisfied with the sound. The dealership received an update from the company which made a slight improvement. Car & Driver mag described the sound as punchy. Car is equipped with the multi-adjustable seats. The massage feature is neat but I did have problems with adjusting the lumbar, couldn't get it to be flat. The salesman told me that Lincoln/Ford designed the drivers seat with more lumbar to hold the driver in case of a wreck. Right!Using the massage feature seems to have helped the lumbar problem. If Lincoln is pursuing Lexus they have a LONG WAY to go! Wish I still had my RX. I live in Florida and if the dealer doesn't get the problems fixed, I will seek relief from the Lemon Law.

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