2017 Lincoln MKC
Current model of MKC crossover made by Lincoln company received mostly good critics. However, it doesn’t satisfy this carmaker in order to make it even better. Because of it, 2017 Lincoln MKC is being developed and its premiere is expected soon. With its rich interior and stylish exterior, new SUV is sorted in luxurious class. However, compact crossover should maintain fans base obtained by its predecessors, and enlarge it by wider offer of various packages and features.
2017 Lincoln MKC powertrains
So far we know that 2017 Lincoln MKC is going to use same powertrains as its predecessor from 2015. So, 2.0-l unit is coming as standard offer, and it is turbocharged EcoBoost four-cylinder unit, which is capable to deliver 240 hp and 270 lb-ft of torque. Other engine is also EcoBoost, 2.3-l 4-cylinder that offers more power. Output is 285 hp and 305 pound-feet of torque. First option is better for open roads, while second is better for city ride because of the higher displacement and different charger. However, both units are mated to a 9-speed automatic transmission, which replaces old 6-speed box. With smoother shifting, new MKC is going to have around 23 mpg estimated mileage.
2017 Lincoln MKC release and price
The 2017 Lincoln MKC is coming during 2016, and first quarter is most likely to host its premiere. Since there are no many changes applied comparing to current MKC, price should be the same starting from $35,000 and going closer to $50,000 as buyers pick higher trim levels and more options. However, this price is not too high when we are speaking about luxury crossovers.
2017 Lincoln MKC redesign
Appearance of the 2017 Lincoln MKC won’t be too much comparing to current crossover. Since this vehicle was launched in 2015, it doesn’t have to make great modification after just one year. So, all fans should expect minor updates on lights, bumpers and grille. Interior and its features will be updated, and some new features could be installed. One of the rumors is about new color schemes, but it wasn’t confirmed yet. Wheels are the same, while higher trims could get some bigger options.