2020 Lincoln MKC

August 14th, 2020 | Comments Closed | Lincoln

The 2020 Lincoln MKC is available in four levels. The Lincoln MKC base trim offers competitive technological features, while the Select trim adds additional benefits. Features of standard technology include Sync 3 entertainment interface, 8-inch touch screen, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto, Bluetooth, Lincoln Connect with 4G LTE, and Wi-Fi hotspot, two USB ports, and a nine-speaker sound system with satellite radio.

The standard equipment on the 2020 MKC base includes 18-inch wheels, automatic LED headlights, powerlifter, heated mirrors, rear parking sensors, reversing camera, keyless ignition and entrance, remote start, dual-zone automatic air conditioning, leather upholstery, adjustable and heated front seats, driver-seat memory functions and seat and foldable rear seat diameter 60/40.

2020 Lincoln MKC Features

The MKC Select includes mirrors with automatic dimming and power-folding, an energy-adjustable front passenger seat, an adjustable steering wheel, exterior interior lighting, a cargo cover, and upgraded leather upholstery. Options include a panoramic roof and the Select Plus package, which adds a navigation system and a blind-spot tracking system with a rear crossover warning. The MKC Reserve has those Select options plus an arm lifter and a freely ventilated front seat. Nineteen- and 20-inch wheels are also available. MKC Black Label adds 19-inch wheels, adjustable suspension shock absorbers, upgraded leather upholstery, extended inner leather upholstery, simulated sun protection, unique exterior and interior upholstery, and special color choices. The black label also comes with a few extra concierge-style benefits.

2020 Lincoln MKC SUV

2020 Lincoln MKC SUV

The Lincoln Select, 2020 MKC Reserve, and 2020 MKC Black Label models can be equipped with an air conditioning package, which adds heated rear seats and heated steering wheel, automatic long beams, automatic wipers, and ice wiper removal. The optional 14-speaker THX II sound system and technology package – which adds adaptive cruise control, collision warning and mitigation system, lane departure warning and intervention, and automatic parking – are only available in Reserve and Black.

2020 Lincoln MKC Interior

Lincoln boasts an elegant and modern interior design, inside, the cabin remains quiet thanks to the two-wall control panel, which blocks most engine noise. Lincoln went with a vertical beam of transfer buttons, freeing up space between the seats. The degree of elevated height facilitates access for front passengers, but the space in the rear seat is cramped. The Sync 3 entertainment system offers a large, brightly rendered touch screen with a horizontal menu of functions at the bottom and user-responsive virtual keys. Climate controls are small, but they work well. The front headroom is adequate, but the legroom may be lacking if you have a long inseam. The cutouts on the door give a good room for the elbows. An imaginary cutout on the center console prevents the driver’s right knee from rubbing against it. The back for the head and legs are narrow.

2020 Lincoln MKC Engine

Standard on all models is a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine (245 horsepower, 275 pounds of torque) with a 6-speed automatic and front-wheel drive. All-wheel drive is not available and comes bundled with adjustable suspension dampers. In addition to the reserve and Black Label, a more powerful turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine (285 hp, 305 lb-ft) is available. Selecting this engine requires the purchase of an all-wheel drive.

2020 Lincoln MKC Safety

Standard Lincoln MKC 2020 with pre-collision warning, pedestrian detection, automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning, lane-keeping assistance, blind-spot monitoring, rear crossover warning, and automatic headlights. Other standard features include a reversing camera, rear parking sensors, and a MyKey system that allows you to do things like adjusting the volume and speed limit for auxiliary drivers. 2020 Lincoln MKC gets the best Good rating in all six crash tests conducted by the Road Safety Institute

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