2016 Lincoln MKC - Ford Cars Review
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2016 Lincoln MKC, Considering Lincoln is targeting cars such as the Macan from Porsche or even the GLA, their MKC is a bit on the down side in terms of performance and driving characteristics, so they will try to solve that with the 2016 Lincoln MKC model. The price on the other hand is going to remain identical to that of the current generation, so the base model is going to cost around $35,000 while the premium car will go to around $50,000 which is quite a lot for a compact crossover. The release date for this small facelift has been announced to be at the end of 2016 with the unveiling of the car being scheduled for March 2016.Engine wise, the 2016 Lincoln MKC is likely going to feature the same two engines as before but with a few modifications made to them. Firstly, the base 2 liter EcoBoost unit is going to receive a small bump in torque, so it will now offer 240 horsepower and 280 lb-ft of torque which should increase its fuel economy and make the car feel better at low speeds. The $1100 option will still be a 2.3 liter EcoBoost engine and this time it will make the same amount of power as before at 285 horsepower and 305 lb-ft of torque. The difference will come in the transmission these two engines are going to use. We expect the old 6 speed automatic to be discontinued and replaced with Ford’s brand new 9 speed unit which will not only improve the fuel economy of the car but it will also make it drive better. Just like before, the smaller engine will come with front wheel drive as standard with an optional all wheel drive system while the 2.3 liter engine will only come with the AWD system. The performance will be on par with the rest of its competitors but the 2.3 liter engine will now behave much better with a 0 to 60 MPH time of just 6 seconds and a top speed of 135 MPH. The fuel consumption will hover at around 25 MPG on average for both engines.
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