|2016 Lincoln MKX||2016 Lincoln MKC|
|108 cubic feet||Passenger Volume||98 cubic feet|
|37.2 cubic feet||Cargo Volume||25.2 cubic feet|
2016 Lincoln MKX vs 2016 Lincoln MKC
Lincoln’s two luxury crossover SUVs, the MKX and the MKC, are so similarly equipped that you’d have a hard time choosing between them. They both have sophisticated standard features like you’ll only find on a Lincoln: approach detection with welcome mat, intelligent access with push-button start, active noise control, Lincoln drive control, Sync 3 and the MyLincoln Mobile app.
The MKX and MKC look great with sculpted exteriors and a wide array of designer wheel options. Inside they surround you with the finest in upscale materials and attention to detail. They have heated seats and multi-zone automatic climate control to keep you and your passengers comfortable. In either vehicle you’ll find yourself in a peaceful space that makes every journey a pleasure.
Differences between the 2016 Lincoln MKX and 2016 Lincoln MKC
What separates the MKX from the MKC is the difference in power and capacity. With the MKX, you get a bigger and more powerful engine. That means accelerating from zero to 60 mph takes just 6.3 seconds, compared with the MKC’s 7.2 seconds. You’ll definitely feel the difference between the base models on the road. The tradeoff is that the MKX has slightly lower fuel economy: 17 mpg city and 26 mpg highway vs. the MKC’s 20 mpg city and 29 mpg highway. Each of the two has an available engine that offers even better performance still.
The other advantage of the MKX is its size. Even though both trucks seat five passengers comfortably, the MKX offers more passenger room and more space for cargo. Fold the seats down and the difference is even more pronounced. Buyers who need a bigger vehicle should definitely choose the MKX.
The Lincoln MKC is a fantastic value, offering all of the standard luxury features available in the MKX for a lower price. But for those who simply need more power and more capacity, the MKX is the winning choice. See them both at Lidtke Motors in Beaver Dam, WI.