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PostHeaderIcon The Crossover Coupe Nighmare Continues as Lincoln is Plans to Produce its Own Crossover Coupe

More power than the competition

While crossovers have been a thing for more than a decades now, the crossover coupe niche isn’t as big, despite BMW having started the trend with the X6 back in 2007. But more and more automakers are joining the market and Lincoln is now the latest manufacturer that wants a piece of the action.

PostHeaderIcon Watch out Audi and Porsche: Lincoln Promises the Aviator Will Be Almost Identical to the Prototype Shown in New York

The Lincoln Aviator turned a lot of heads at the 2018 New York Auto Show. Actually, it did more than turn heads. It brought life back to a brand that has struggled to keep pace with its European rivals. Now, there’s more good news coming out of Lincoln. According to a high-ranking official from the company, the production version of the Aviator will look a lot like the concept version that was unveiled in New York.

PostHeaderIcon Watch out Audi and Porsche: Lincoln Promises the Aviator Will Be Almost Identical to the Prototype Shown in New York

The Lincoln Aviator turned a lot of heads at the 2018 New York Auto Show. Actually, it did more than turn heads. It brought life back to a brand that has struggled to keep pace with its European rivals. Now, there’s more good news coming out of Lincoln. According to a high-ranking official from the company, the production version of the Aviator will look a lot like the concept version that was unveiled in New York.

PostHeaderIcon Lincoln Could Bring Back Rear-Hinged Doors on The Continental, but is it Enough to Fend Off the Cadillac CT6 and Mercedes S-Class?

Lincoln is going back to its roots. The luxury American brand is planning to bring back suicide doors on an upcoming version of the Continental sedan, harkening back to a time — the 60’s — when the unconventional door design was a staple on the iconic nameplate. The automaker didn’t reveal when the suicide doors will return, but it is largely seen as a step in resuscitating some life back to the once proud model.

PostHeaderIcon Lincoln Failed Taking on Audi, BMW, and Porsche with the Continental so it Will Bring Back the Aviator Name on a New SUV

Just days after the rumor that the Continental would be discontinued due to poor sales, Lincoln turns around and releases a teaser for the Lincoln Aviator Concept, signaling the return of the name for the first time in 13 years.


Apparently, someone over at Lincoln realizes they spent all that money on reviving the wrong damn car, and with the Continental likely to take its place on the guillotine, the Aviator will come back in all its glory. Rumor has it that it will be based on the Ford Explorer, so expect it to sport the same general style, along with the 3.5-liter engine as standard equipment. It should deliver somewhere between 290 and 365 horsepower (with the latter being from the 3.5-liter EcoBoost) and feature more upscale trim, standard leather seating, and a high-end audio system.

Of course, the car debuting at the New York Auto Show is just a concept, so we won’t see the production model until probably 2020 – right around the time they’ll discontinue the continental. You can expect the Aviator to be a spiritual successor to the MKT three-row SUV and will be the next big key in Lincoln’s move to expand its SUV presence on the market.


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“You can expect the Aviator to be a spiritual successor to the MKT three-row SUV and will be the next big key in Lincoln’s move to expand its SUV presence on the market.”

Expect to see more teasers and maybe even a leak or two before the Aviator shows up in New York, so make sure you stay tuned for the latest news about Lincoln and the New York Auto Show.

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PostHeaderIcon Lincoln to Kill of the Continental Again and Nobody Really Cares Because it’s Not an SUV

Ford has reportedly spent over $1 billion to bring the Lincoln Continental back to the market, some 14 years after it was originally discontinued. Now, sources “intricately familiar with FMC’s future product plans,” say that the continental will be discontinued once this generation exceeds its lifespan. While those that are fans of the Continental may shutter after reading those words, there’s a good reason – you’re a dying breed. And, so is the large sedan, apparently.

Why is Lincoln Discontinuing the Continental?


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“Since Lincoln has reintroduced the Continental, it’s sold just 18,846 units (as of Feb 2018.)”

Since Lincoln has reintroduced the Continental, it’s sold just 18,846 units (as of Feb 2018.) That wouldn’t be bad had it been on the market for a few months, but it’s been on the market for almost two years, with sales of the new model commencing back in September of 2016. So far in 2018, just 1,573 units have been moved with January being the best month at 815 examples. So yeah, if you wonder why Lincoln will ditch the Continental, it’s because people just don’t want it.

So, now you have to almost feel bad for Lincoln. It reintroduced the Continental, a name that should be very familiar, right smack dab in the middle of a period where people are buying SUVs like they are going out of style. It was a gamble to present a new luxury sedan, but Lincoln went for it anyway, and now it’s taking the heat. Of course, it may have stood a chance had Lincoln went with a RWD setup as opposed to FWD and AWD or offered up some kind of performance. After all, big luxury sedans also need performance if they are to compete in today’s market – that’s just the way the world works now. At least until everyone gets tired of SUVs, that is.


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“After all, big luxury sedans also need performance if they are to compete in today’s market – that’s just the way the world works now.”

With that said, Lincoln’s resident big luxury sedan is on its last leg. It’s only a couple of years old, so Lincoln and FoMoCo could drag out the lifespan another 5 or 7 years in an attempt to gain back that huge chunk of cheddar spent on its development, but I wouldn’t count on it. This miserable bastard will probably hang around a couple more years then die a slow, lonely death that most of the world will hardly notice.

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PostHeaderIcon Serena Williams Is a Lincoln Navigator Ambassador

Female tennis stars are a favorite of car makers when it comes to getting a celebrity ambassador. They lend a certain class to the model they are paid to promote, and they appeal to both sexes, albeit for different reasons. For the 2018 Lincoln Navigator now Ford has enlisted the services of Serena Williams, and the pair seem to be the perfect match.

It is not like the new Navigator needs any push from any celebrity to sell. The SUV is flying out of the showroom faster than they can get them in. In fact, Ford had to expand their Kentucky plant by 25 percent just so that they can keep up with demand. But having Serena Williams in their corner was too good an opportunity to pass, seeing as she has a history with the Navigator. Serena’s first vehicle was a Navi, which she nicknamed “Ginger” for some reason.

Now the sophisticated new Lincoln Navigator is the perfect car for Williams as it reflects perfectly her personality as a successful athlete and businesswoman. The car provides Serena with the comfort, luxury and capabilities she needs, and makes her look good too, arriving at various social functions. The partnership includes a media campaign, as Lincoln serves up social media campaign beginning today as Williams prepares for the March 5 Indian Wells tennis tournament.

“I’ve always had a connection to the Navigator brand,” said Williams. “When I bought my first car, Ginger, it was my big step-up. I had a real luxury car now, it looked great and I felt safe. When the opportunity came to work with the Lincoln Navigator today, I was really excited because it brought me back to all of those moments I had in my first vehicle. For me, partnering with a brand like Navigator comes from a genuine place.”

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PostHeaderIcon Ford Boosts Production of 2018 Lincoln Navigator to Meet Demand

Turns out SUV shoppers in America are absolutely loving the new 2018 Lincoln Navigator. In fact, they are selling so fast, Ford can barely keep up with demand. That is why they have injected an additional $25 million investment into their Kentucky Truck Plant, where the Navi is made, boosting its production capacity by 25 percent. 

The now $925 million dollar plant is responsible for the production of 2018 Lincoln Navigator as well as the latest Ford Expedition SUV. Using advanced manufacturing technologies is a highlight of Kentucky Truck Plant, and it shows in the quality of the Navigators they put out. The upgrades of the plant include 400 new robots, enhanced data analytics to help the plant operate more efficiently and a new 3D printer for faster and cheaper parts production. So no new jobs for humans, but the current workforce is going to have more time to relax.

The sales of the 2018 Lincoln Navigator more than doubled last month as the SUV got its feet grounded in huge markets such as  Florida, Texas and California and as the reviews started coming in, waxing lyrical about how good this new model is.  According to Ford, nearly 85 percent of all Navigator buyers are choosing high-end, high quality Black Label and Reserve models. The same goes for the Expedition with the top-of-the-line Platinum trim models.






“The response from customers regarding our new full-size SUVs has been exceptional,” said Joe Hinrichs, president, Global Operations. “Using a combination of Ford’s advanced manufacturing and American hard work and ingenuity, we’ll deliver more high-quality Lincoln Navigators and Ford Expeditions to customers than originally planned.”

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PostHeaderIcon 2018 Lincoln Navigator Has Seriously Cool Drive Mode Graphics

There are a lot of things to like about the new 2018 Lincoln Navigator, including, as it turns out, the awesome graphics it shows you every time you change the driving mode. Yep, an entire design team was apparently  engaged in creating these cool graphics, and we have admit they have nailed it. 

So, depending on the drive mode you choose in your 2018 Lincoln Navigator,  which is by the way an all-weather SUV capable dealing with any kind of terrain, the instrument cluster changes shape in an elaborate and fancy way. You have to see them in action for yourself:

No wonder Ford can’t keep up with the demand for this car. We’d pay a 100 grand just for these graphics, even though they might prove a little distracting if you change the driving mode on the move. In any case, the Navigator has three terrain and weather-related modes, including Deep conditions for extreme snow and mud, Slippery for wet or icy conditions, and Slow climb, for steep terrain. There are also three “type of ride” modes: Normal, Conserve (efficient) and Excite.









“The beauty of these drive modes is they’re intuitive and easy to use,” said Andrew Kernahan, chief engineer, The Lincoln Motor Company. “You don’t have to know how each drive mode is developed, or adjust suspension settings or powertrain mapping. You just have to turn the dial, and the behavior of the vehicle is modified to fit the conditions or desired experience.”

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PostHeaderIcon Lincoln Aviator

First introduced for the 2003 model year, the Lincoln Aviator was initially offered as a luxury sport utility vehicle for the mid-size segment. After failing to meet sales expectations, Lincoln axed the nameplate in 2005 after just a few years in production. Now, however, as nationwide SUV sales continue onwards into the stratosphere, the Aviator makes its triumphant second-generation return for the 2019 model year. The upcoming model will slot in between the Nautilus and the standard wheelbase Navigator in Lincoln’s lineup, possibly as a replacement for the Lincoln MKT. Unfortunately, we don’t know all the nitty gritty technical specs yet, as Lincoln just debuted a “preview model” at the 2018 New York International Auto Show intended to stoke the flames of interest for an on-sale date sometime next year. Read on for the details released thus far, including the exterior styling, interior tech, and a new hybrid powertrain.

Continue reading to learn more about the 2019 Lincoln Aviator.

PostHeaderIcon 2018 Lincoln Navigator Ad Has a Silent Matthew McConaughey and a Hidden Message

So, with all of the past Lincoln\McConaughey commercials and all of the weirdness that ensues, it’s pretty easy to feel disappointed here.
McConaughey is silent and does nothing more than drum on the steering wheel of his new Navigator as he waits for a train to pass. Once the train passes, he presses the button for “D” or drive, casts his typical smile, and drives off; not a word said. Now, everyone seems to be ragging on Lincoln and McConaughey for such a boring commercial. But, what everyone has seemed to miss is that the cabin of that Navigator is so quiet that you can hear McConaughey drumming on his steering wheel.

There’s nothing more to it really, and nothing less – either. Just a guy enjoying his day, drumming on his steering while as he waits for a train to pass. The point is that the cabin is quiet, so check out the advertisement for yourself and let us know what you think!


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Read our full review on the 2018 Lincoln Navigator.

PostHeaderIcon Lincoln Nautilus

New driver assistance systems

Introduced in 2006 as a replacement for the Aviator, the Lincoln MKX soldiered on for almost a decade until it was redesigned in 2015. After only two years on the market, the second-generation MKX received its mid-cycle facelift. Launched at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show, the midsize crossover was renamed the Nautilus, as part of the company’s new strategy that involves dropping alphanumeric badges. Alongside the new name, the crossover also gained an updated front fascia, now inline with most Lincoln vehicles, new technology, and a new engine under the hood.

Lincoln’s decision to rename the MKX isn’t surprising. The midsize is the firm’s best-selling SUV and a vehicle that attracts most new customers from other brands, with nearly 40 percent reportedly crossing over from Cadillac and Lexus. The Nautilus is supposed to build on the momentum of the MKX, which is on track to deliver its best sales year since 2007. But does it have what it takes to give the Cadillac XT5 a run for its money? Find out in the review below.

Continue reading to learn more about the Lincoln Nautilus.

Exterior

  • New front grille
  • New headlamps
  • Revised front bumper
  • More chrome
  • New wheels
  • Updated taillights

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“The Lincoln Nautilus looks like a new vehicle up front, having ditched the MKX's split grille”

The Lincoln Nautilus looks like a new vehicle up front, having ditched the MKX’s split grille for the new one-piece element we’ve already seen on the Continental, Navigator, and MKX. Unlike the old grille, which had horizontal slats, the new one boasts a honeycomb-like mesh and includes the Lincoln badge in the middle. It also has significantly more chrome, which gives the SUV a more upscale look. The headlamps are also new and seem to be based on the Continental’s. They now have a more conventional, almost rectangular shape, a new LED bar at the bottom, and five individual lights above. A pair of thin daytime running lights were added just above the bumper.

The bumper is also new, now sporting more chrome, revised fog lamps, and a revised grille. The shape of the engine hood was modified as well in order to fit the new grille and headlamp layout. The lid no longer runs into the grille, but opens up a couple of inches above, creating the illusion of thick body-colored frame, like on the Bentley Mulsanne.


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“The profile carries over with just a handful of changes”

The profile carries over with just a handful of changes. The front fenders and doors now sport a chrome element with “Nautilus” lettering and Lincoln now offers a new wheel selection. It’s not much, but automakers rarely add more features on a mid-cycle update. The rear end is pretty much the same too. The taillights appear to have a slightly different LED cluster, while the thin red lights just above the bumper are now part of a stripe that stretches the entire width of the apron.

Needless to say, Lincoln uses the term “new” a bit too much for a facelift that doesn’t really go beyond a new grille and new headlamps.

Interior

  • Mildly revised dashboard
  • Updated steering wheel
  • Digital instrument cluster
  • Acoustic side glass
  • Wireless charging pad
  • New Black Label theme
  • Optional Ultra Comfort seats
  • New driver assistance systems

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“Lincoln added acoustic side glass to reduce wind noise for rear passengers”

Updates are of the same variety inside the cabin, with nothing major to report in terms of layout and design. The center stack has the same configuration, with just a few buttons added to the right side. The steering wheel appears to have changed a bit too, now sporting a flatter lower spoke and revised controls. The leather-wrapped, hand-stitched steering wheel and the digital, 12.3-inch instrument cluster are among the premium highlights inside the cabin.

Lincoln added acoustic side glass to reduce wind noise for rear passengers, as well as a concealed wireless charging pad as standard. The SYNC 3 infotainment system comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Options include Ultra Comfort seats with 22-way adjustability, which have been developed with input from orthopedic surgeons for the utmost comfort during long trips. Customers can also choose between 13- and 19-speaker Revel audio systems. The heated and cooled seats are available on the Reserve model.


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“The Black Label trim carries over from the MKX, but Lincoln added a new Gala theme”

The Black Label trim carries over from the MKX, but Lincoln added a new Gala theme (joining the existing Chalet and Thoroughbred options). If you’re not familiar with the Black Label trim, it’s designed for customers looking for a more unique interior. It’s also the most expensive trim, sitting above the Reserve model.

The first theme, Chalet, adds Espresso and Alpine Venetian leather, and deep Silverwood trim, celebrating the “contrasting pleasures of pulse-pounding mountain slopes and the inherent comfort of an après-ski lodge.” Thoroughbred evokes the “distinguished and elite lifestyle of horse racing” with rich Venetian leather, Chilean Maple wood, Alcantara accents, and Jet Black trim. Finally, the new Gala theme is inspired by “haute couture at New York’s Met Gala” and features Carmine leather complemented by Onyx leather, an Alcantara headliner, and Nouveax Armor aluminum accents.


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“The new lane-centering feature helps maintain the vehicle's position in its lane”

More news comes from the driver assistance department, which now includes an all-new lane-centering feature that pairs with adaptive cruise control and stop-and-go to helps maintain the vehicle’s position in its lane. There’s also a new evasive steer assist which uses radar and cameras to analyze the gap between slower-moving or stationary vehicles on the road, helping the driver steer around obstacles. Additional driver-assist technologies include Pre-Collision Assist with Pedestrian Detection, Blind Spot Information System, active park assist, lane-departure warning, lane-keeping aid, and an auto-hold feature, which relieves the driver from having to hold the brakes in stop-and-go traffic.

Drivetrain

  • New 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine
  • 3.7-liter V-6 discontinued
  • 245-horsepower base model
  • 2.7-liter EcoBoost with 335 horsepower
  • New eight-speed transmission
  • Standard Auto Start-Stop function

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“The base 3.7-liter V-6 engine was replaced by a turbocharged, 2.0-liter four-banger”

More significant changes happened under the hood, where the base 3.7-liter V-6 was replaced by a turbocharged, 2.0-liter four-banger. The new unit cranks out 245 horsepower, a 58-horsepower decrease compared to the outgoing V-6. However, the new engine is supposed to return significantly better fuel economy.

The 2.7-liter EcoBoost rated at 335 horsepower and 380 pound-feet of torque carries over unchanged, so the Nautilus has an all-turbocharged engine lineup.

Lincoln changed the transmission too, replacing the six-speed automatic that was introduced in 2016 with an eight-speed autobox. Both engine options include the Auto Start-Stop function as standard.

Prices


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Pricing information is not yet available, but the Nautilus shouldn’t retail much higher compared to the outgoing MKX. The current model starts from $39,035 in Premier trim, from $46,560 in Reserve trim, and from $54,230 with the Black Label package. Expect the corresponding Nautilus models to start from around $40,000, $48,000, and $56,000, respectively.

Competition

Cadillac XT5


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Introduced in 2016 as a replacement for the SRX, the XT5 is the first Cadillac crossover to carry the company’s new nomenclature for SUVs. The midsize is built on the same C1XX platform as the GMC Acadia and borrows styling cues from the company’s CTS and CT6 sedans. The XT5 is arguably one of the most luxurious vehicles in its niche and boasts Cadillac’s latest technology, including a streaming video rear-view mirror and the Electronic Precision Shift. Luxury features include leather, Alcantara, and woodgrain inserts. Unlike the Nautilus, the XT5 has analog gauges on each side of the digital instrument cluster. Only one engine is available in the United States, a 3.6-liter V-6 rated at 310 horsepower and 271 pound-feet of torque. In China, the XT5 also benefits from a turbocharged, 2.0-liter four-banger. The V-6 mates to an eight-speed automatic transmission and is equipped with an automatic stop-start system. All-wheel-drive is optional. Pricing start from $40,390, but the range-topping Platinum trim costs $63,890 before options.

Read our full story of the 2018 Cadillac XT5.

Conclusion


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The midsize SUV may have gained a new name, but the Nautilus is nothing more than just a mid-cycle facelift to the MKX. Not that there’s anything wrong with that, but I think Lincoln should have waited for the next-generation model to introduce the new nameplate. Renaming the facelifted MKX is just another sign that Lincoln is desperate to regain its former glory and become a solid competitor for the Cadillac. Needless to say, the Nautilus brings a few cool features to the MKX, but I’m afraid the midsize SUV is not yet ready to give the Cadillac XT5 a run for its money.

  • Leave it
    • * Just a moderate facelift with a new name
    • * Still a long way off from competing with Cadillac

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PostHeaderIcon Pops’ Rants: Dear Lincoln and BMW, Please Stop Being So Pathetic

Man, this has been a rough week. Automotive-wise. The Los Angeles Auto Show sucked on so many levels. I haven’t seen so many crossovers in one place since the Soccer Mom Annual Meeting. Oh wait, that doesn’t sound right. Give me a minute here… Since the… uhm… wait, I got it… since the… Ah, screw it, I’m not in a mood for jokes. It just sucks! Then there’s the Urus, which isn’t a real Lamborghini and everyone gets excited as if they just launched the second-generation Miura. Do millennials even know what a Miura is? But the worst thing about this year’s L.A. show is that some automakers were set to remind me that press releases have more bullshit than a dairy farm.

Stop calling mild facelifts “brand-new,” you half-baked hippies! You’re not fooling anyone.

Yeah, they’re at it again. Especially Lincoln and BMW. The American brand, which is struggling to stay afloat these days, just launched a mid-cycle facelift for the MKC with a new front grille. That’s it, a new grille! And they call it “new” with a “commanding new design.” Hello?! It’s a new grille, not a new car. Now repeat after me: a new grille doesn’t make the entire car new. But wait, there’s more. Lincoln also introduced the Nautilus, a brand-new SUV according to the company’s PR division. Except it’s not new. It’s the MKX with a new grille and a new name. Hey, I like the fact that you’re using actual names now Lincoln, but it’s not a brand-new car! I can’t change my name and pretend I’m a new person. Okay, I can actually do that, but I may be spending my final years in a nuthouse. And trust me, the nuthouse isn’t good for business; there’s no room for a car production line in there.

But Lincoln isn’t the only company pretending customers are stupid. BMW also called the facelifted i8 new. Sure, the Roadster version is new indeed, but the coupe is identical to the car launched in 2014, save for the wheels, mildly revised headlamps and taillights, and the 12 extra horsepower. This is the most pathetic facelift I’ve seen in years. It’s not a new car, just a BRAND-NEW way to be lazy and pathetic! Go home BMW; you’re drunk!

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PostHeaderIcon 2019 Lincoln Nautilus Revealed As the New MKX

Lincoln Motor company realized that in order to refresh their image and get their mid-size SUV a boost, they need more than just a facelft. So they changed the name too. What you hitherto knew as the MKX will be called from here on after the Lincoln Nautilus. The recipe, however, is pretty much the same. 

With the 2019 Lincoln Nautilus you get a unique looking family SUV with excellent build quality and an old-school kind of approach to luxury. There is a ton of leather and wood and other good stuff inside the cabin, and outside you get a healthy dose of chrome and other shiny bits. The new design is a lot tamer though, in the sense that the size of the grille and the lights are within the normal range. The whole thing, in fact, looks quite neat and tidy.

Lincoln Nautilus sets itself apart not just by virtue of a unique design, but also special features. The SUV features acoustic side glass for less noise indie the cabin, Ultra Comfort seats can be adjusted up to 22 ways, a 19-speaker Revel sound system, concealed wireless charging pad, leather-wrapped, hand-stitched steering wheel is mounted ahead of a 12.3-inch fully configurable digital instrument cluster, and SYNC 3 infotainment system. The engine lineup includes a powerful 2.7-liter engine that delivers an estimated 335 horsepower and 380 lb.-ft. of torque, and a 245-horsepower 2.0-liter four-cylinder. Both engines include standard Auto Start-Stop capability, plus an eight-speed automatic transmission.

Those who want their Nautilus even more special should go for the Black Label trim. This high end model offers three luxury themes. Thoroughbred adds Venetian leathers, Chilean Maple wood, Alcantara accents and Jet Black trim. Gala, inspired by haute couture at New York’s Met Gala, features seats draped in a deeply hued and elegant Carmine leather complemented by Onyx leather and an Alcantara headliner as well as Nouveax Armor aluminum accents. And Chalet, inspired by the comfort of an après-ski lodge, brings Espresso and Alpine Venetian leathers and deep Silverwood appliqués.






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2019 Lincoln MKC

Introduced in 2014, the MKC is Lincoln’s smallest crossover yet. Built on the Ford Global C platform, it’s related to the Ford Escape and Kuga, and its purpose is to bring Lincoln a share of the booming SUV market. And with sales of over 20,000 units per year since 2015, it’s safe to say that the MKC was a successful nameplate until now. Much more so now, since it has introduced more people to the brand, with nearly half of all MKC customers coming from other carmakers. After three years on the market, the MKC is getting its mid-cycle facelift for the 2019 model year.

Although far from comprehensive, the update did introduce the small crossover to Lincoln’s new corporate front grille. First seen on the Continental and then added to the massive Navigator, the new one-piece grille is adds a more imposing look to the small SUV, as well as a more upscale look due to all the chrome. However, changes are far from significant beyond this design element, with mostly everything being carried over, save for new interior trim for the Black Label versions and a few extra driving aids. Will this mild upgrade be enough to keep sales high? Let’s find out.

Continue reading to learn more about the Lincoln MKC.

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Exterior

  • New chrome grille
  • Revised lower bumper
  • New chrome trim around back
  • Welcome lights front and rear
  • Still fresh design
  • More premium look

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“The new grille changes how the crossover looks almost entirely”

While facelifts are rarely something to write home about design-wise, Lincoln did put some effort into refreshing the MKC. But only up front. Sure, the front fascia carries the same headlamps and an almost identical bumper design, but the new grille changes how the crossover looks almost entirely. Just like MKZ, Continental, and Navigator, the MKC ditched the two-piece grille with horizontal slats for the one piece with a honeycomb-like pattern.

The new grille isn’t as wide as the old one, thus it no longer makes contact with the headlamps, and feature significantly more chrome. This gives the car a more commanding, premium appearance. Bumper changes are limited to reconfigured intakes, which sport a different slat layout, but this isn’t very noticeable unless you look really close.


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“A Lincoln welcome mat appears beneath both front doors to welcome the passengers”

The profile of the MKC remained unchanged, as did the rear section except for the chrome trim above the license plate recess. It’s a bit disappointing to get just a slim piece of chrome in contrast to the big grille up front, but it does add to the premium look. It’s also a nice touch when combined with darker exterior colors.

As before, the LED lighting in the lower front body and taillights subtly illuminates to greet owners as they approach, while a Lincoln welcome mat appears beneath both front doors.

Interior

  • New trim for Black Label models
  • New driver-assist features
  • Rialto Green upholstery for Reserve trim
  • Optional heated, cooled seats

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“The interior carries over unchanged in terms of styling and materials”

The interior carries over unchanged in terms of styling and materials, but this isn’t an issue as the MKC has a warm and inviting cabin packed with plush and soft-touch materials. The craftsmanship is pretty solid and even though the center stack isn’t the most attractive in this segment (and could use a larger display), it’s ergonomic and not too cluttered.

As usual, the navigation and standard WiFi and USB ports allow every passenger to follow the route and stay connected, while the SYNC 3 system with both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto will keep you entertained during those long, sometimes boring trips. The heated and cooled seats remain optional for the entry-level model, which isn’t bad given that most automakers do the same, but it would have given the MKC an advantage over the competition. Unfortunately, Lincoln opted to not include additional standard features. Speaking of options, the available panoramic roof will flood the cabin with natural light during the day.


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“Lincoln continues to offer the Black Label trim, which adds a bit of extra luxury”

Lincoln continues to offer the Black Label trim, which adds a bit of extra luxury inside the cabin. Three themes are available, taking inspiration from arts, travel, fine food, and culture.

First up is Modern Heritage, described as perfect for those who appreciate “a clean, modern aesthetic.” This option comes with seats in Vianca White Venetian leather with the Lincoln Black Label star insignia and Argento wood accents. Next up is Indulgence, which blends Venetian leather and Alcantara in Truffle and Ganache, as well as rich Ziricote wood. The latter is usually found in yachts or musical instruments. The third Black Label trim is called Center Stage, and it’s inspired by “the fashion of the theater,” capturing the “excitement of a curtain skirting across the main stage on opening night.” This one also comes with leather and Alcantara, but the latter has diamond-L perforation and stitched Foxfire Red piping. There’s also Black Venetian leather with red stitching and exotic wood accents on the dashboard and door panels.


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“Lincoln now offers a rich Rialto Green upholstery with black ash wood on the Reserve models”

In addition, Lincoln now offers a rich Rialto Green upholstery with black ash wood on the Reserve models. This new deep green is inspired by the “vibrant tones emanating from the world of high fashion.” Fancy enough.

Lincoln also added Pre-Collision Assist with Pedestrian Detection to the list of already available driver-assist technologies. Designed to reduce the severity of frontal collisions, this system uses advanced radar and camera sensors to provide a collision warning to the driver. If the driver does not respond in time, the system can automatically apply the brakes and minimize or even avoid a crash. Other available features include Active Park Assist, Lane-Keeping Alert, and Blind Spot Information System with Cross-Traffic Alert.

Drivetrain

  • 2.0-liter engine with 245 horsepower
  • 2.3-liter EcoBoost with 285 horsepower
  • Solid fuel economy
  • Six-speed automatic transmission
  • Optional AWD
  • More power than the competition

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“The MKC remains unchanged under the hood with the facelift”

The MKC remains unchanged under the hood with the facelift, so the base model comes with the same 2.0-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine rated at 245 horsepower at 5,500 rpm and 270 pound-feet of torque at 3,000 rpm. The EPA estimates fuel mileage at 20 mpg in the city, 29 mpg on the highway, and 23 mpg combined, which isn’t bad for a crossover.

Higher trim levels are motivated by the 2.3-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder, which cranks out a more exciting 285 horsepower at 5,500 rpm and 305 pound-feet of torque at 2,750 rpm. Estimated fuel economy for this model comes in at 18 mpg in the city, 26 mpg on the highway, and 21 mpg combined.

Both units are paired to the six-speed SelectShift automatic transmission operated by paddle shifters placed behind the steering wheel. The standard configuration is front-wheel-drive, but AWD is available on the options list. Higher trim levels, including all models equipped with the 2.3-liter engine, have AWD as standard. The MKC also features an auto start/stop feature, first introduced for the 2017 model year.

Prices


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Pricing information for the facelifted model isn’t yet available as of November 2017, but don’t expect it to change much compared to the outgoing model. The 2018 MKC in base Premier trim retails from $33,355, while select starts from $36,110. Go with the Reserve trim and the sticker jumps to $39,985. Finally, the Black Label version retails from 45,975. All the prices above are for the 2.0-liter model. The 2.3-liter EcoBoost adds $3,500 and $6,300, depending on trim.

Competition

By tradition, Lincoln is considered Ford’s competitor for Cadillac. Of course, many argue that Lincoln products are below what Caddy’s has to offer nowadays, but the GM’s luxury brand remains a target for Lincoln. By while the Navigator is a head-on competitor for the Escalade, the MKC is significantly smaller than Cadillac’s smallest crossover, the XT5. As a result, the MKC is usually pitted against similar vehicles from German premium automakers.

BMW X1


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Redesigned for the 2016 model year, the X1, BMW smallest offering, made the switch to front-wheel-drive by adopting the same platform as the Mini Cooper. Design-wise, the X1 is pretty different. While the MKC can be described as one of the most elegant small crossovers on the market, the X1 is more about sportiness, featuring an aggressive styling language that draws cues from the company’s sporty sedans and coupes. Inside the cabin, the X1 carries over with some of the previous generation’s design, but the new features make it look fresh and modern. Unlike the MKC, the X1’s infotainment display is placed above the center stack. Features vary based on trim configuration. While the base models aren’t exactly fancy, the more expensive versions boast leather upholstery, soft-touch surfaces, and a laundry list of standard features. Power is also provided by a four-cylinder, but the U.S. model is restricted to just one configuration. Specifically, the 2.0-liter unit cranks out 228 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque. This makes the X1 inferior to both version of the MKC in terms of output, but this won’t change anytime soon as an M version is still a couple of years away. Pricing for the X1 starts from $33,900.

Read our full story on the 2017 BMW X1.

Audi Q3


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The Audi Q3 is the oldest vehicle in this comparison, having been introduced in 2011. Although it was updated most recently for the 2017 model year, it doesn’t yet feature the company’s new design language, which is sportier, more angular, and fresh. But that’s not to say that the current Q3 is dated. The small crossover is still pleasing to look at, and from many standpoints, it looks like a shrunken Q7. However, I can’t say the same about the cabin, which could use a makeover to get rid of the old interior design. Audi’s more recent layout with the continuous strip air-vent is definitely the way to go, and the next-gen model should adopt it. The specs are pretty good, and include sports seats, leather and Alcantara upholstery (optional Nappa leather), piano black and aluminum trim, and a solid technology package. Under the hood, the Q3 isn’t exactly appealing when compared to the MKC or even the X1. That’s because the 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine is rated at only 200 horsepower and 207 pound-feet of torque. There’s more power coming from the RS Q3 model, but that’s over 300 horses, and the sticker is significantly more expensive. Speaking of which, the Q3 retails from $32,900.

Read our full review of the 2018 Audi Q3.

Conclusion

Granted, there aren’t many upgrades to talk about with this facelift, but to be honest, the MKC doesn’t need that much to remain relevant. The design is still fresh, especially with that new grille, the interior has what it takes to compete with the German models, while both of its engines are far superior to what BMW and Audi are offering at this point. The MKC’s only drawback is the Lincoln badge, which isn’t as popular as it used to be. And unfortunately for Ford, that’s not going to change soon. But given the circumstances, the MKC is doing pretty well, and it will continue to do so for at least a couple more years.

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    • Solid competition from BMW and Audi

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PostHeaderIcon 2019 Lincoln MKC Unveiled with Fresh Looks, More Tech

If, for some reason, you are not attracted to any of the million choices you have in the SUV market, check out this new offering from Lincoln. The handsome and refreshingly unique 2019 Lincoln MKC is by no means the best car in this segment. But for those who wish to set themselves apart from masses it is one of the few viable options. 

The design of 2019 Lincoln MKC, for all its modern and trendy cues, still has something of the old world about it. You know, back when cars where status symbols. It has a large and unashamedly shiny grille, headlights modeled on the eyes of the 60’s actresses, and well-defined curves that don’t hide the fact it’s a little on the chunky side. All the good stuff are here, though. You get LEDs, panoramic roof, and inside the warm and cozy cabin, heated and cooled seats, wifi, USB, and…

Being an exclusive sort of vehicle, 2019 Lincoln MKC also offers options you won’t find in the more conventional SUVs. There is the Black Label personalized experience with services such as annual vehicle detailing, anytime carwashes, and access to a list of select restaurants, and themes such as Modern Heritage, Indulgence and Center Stage, each of which comes with unique colors and trims and tons of options. You even get a Lincoln Way app that enables you to start, lock, unlock and locate their MKC, as well as schedule remote starts to allow the vehicle to heat or cool to comfortable levels.

Powering the new MKC is a couple of turbocharged engines. There is a 2.3 liter unit with 285 horsepower and 305 lb.-ft. of torque, and a 2.0 liter which is the default engine with 245 horsepower. Intelligent all-wheel-drive system is available for both motors. The 2019 model also gets Pre-Collision Assist with Pedestrian Detection.







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PostHeaderIcon Lincoln History and Photo Gallery

Abraham Lincoln reigns as a longtime hero to many Americans, but perhaps one of Lincoln’s most fervent fans would have to be Henry M. Leland who named his car company after this iconic historical figure. Leland was one of the founders of Cadillac, formerly named the Henry Ford Company.

After World War I, the Cadillac Company was sold to General Motors, and Leland left the company to pursue the formation of his own novel endeavor: the Lincoln Motor Company (fittingly named after Abraham Lincoln). In 1917, Leland founded the company in Detroit with the original intention of building Liberty craft engines for the First World War. Then in 1940,Lincoln received an admirable honor and was awarded credit for design excellence in New York City’s Museum of Modern Art. Shortly after the Lincoln Motor Company accepted the honor for excellent design, on April 30, 1940, it was purchased by Ford and became the Lincoln Division of Ford Motor Company. While this transition brought forth a period of financial tribulation and instability, there was light at the end of the darkness. The acquisition of the Lincoln Division enlivened Henry Ford’s company, and rapidly reached top selling status in America, rivaling other luxury car brands like Pierce-Arrow, Peerless, Packard, Marmon, Duesenberg and Cadillac.

In 1961, Ford introduced a new kind of Continental car. This marked a turning point for the company since the unique design and makeup of the Continental was and still is one of the most durable and time-enduring car blueprint on the market. Perhaps the most authentic and fresh elements of the Continental design is the center-opening doors, which gave Lincoln its signature style. The telltale spare tire mount, dubbed a “Continental Kit” by custom car repairmen is an undeniably idiosyncratic and attractive feature of these Lincoln car types.

After trekking a rough road to a top-selling car brand, the future looks bright for Ford’s Lincoln Division in light of the redesigning of the MKZ sedan by new chief designer, Max Wolfe. The latest MKZ model of Lincoln held the key to a future of optimal-sale bliss for the Ford Motor Company. However, after much hype, the MKZ model, originally designed by Solomon Song, was a flop. This lack of instant success was attributed to the old-fashioned, out-dated and obsolete style and design of a car that was supposed to turn things around for the Lincoln Division. However, the Lincoln name is not demarcated just yet. Leslie Butterfield is a luxury car specialist with Interbrand and the author of Enduring Passion: The Story of the Mercedes-Benz Brand. Her advice promises to be piercingly accurate as she vehemently recommends a revamping of the car design, while maintaining the credibility of the Lincoln name. Butterfield asserts that “it’s important that the design be a break with tradition. I don’t want to feel I’m buying Old Lincoln, I want to feel like I’m buying New Lincoln.”

Today,Lincoln remains an automobile brand of the Ford Motor Company sold primarily in North America. Along with the Continental, other historic models include the following: Lincoln Blackwood, Lincoln Capri, Lincoln Cosmopolitan, Lincoln Custom,Lincoln L-series, Lincoln Lido,Lincoln K-series and Lincoln Versailles. The most current models are the Lincoln-Zephyr, Lincoln Town Car, Lincoln LS and Lincoln Aviator.








































 

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PostHeaderIcon Official: 2018 Lincoln Navigator Black Label

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There is no denying that the Lincoln Navigator simply isn’t as good as any of the big players in the luxury SUV market.But being cool has nothing to do with being good, and we think the big Navi, at least this new version – the 2018 Lincoln Navigator Black Label, is the coolest one out there. 

Compared to this car all the Range Rovers and Bentaygas and what have you look kind of obvious. This is different. Lincoln Navigator Black Label is for those who want to set themselves apart from the multitude, those who won’t follow the trend no matter how convenient that might be. Nearly a foot longer than the standard Navigator, the Black Label has an old school approach to luxury infused with modern features and equipment.

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On the styling front a monotone black exterior with just the right amount of chrome and some really fancy wheels distinguish Lincoln Navigator Black Label from anything else on the road. Inside, you find acres of Mahogany Red Venetian leather with an intricate diamond weave on the seats complemented by khaya wood laser-etched appliqués, though you can also opt for Chalet and Yacht Club trims. Technology-wise, it gets Perfect Position Seats and Pre-Collision Assist with Pedestrian Detection among other things.

The Black Label also come with some perks such as lifetime complimentary car washes, a complimentary culinary experience – with enhancements such as a champagne or wine toast, appetizers and a personalized menu, plus a chance to qualify for the Avis President’s Club.

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PostHeaderIcon The 10 Most-American cars Built in 2017

Each year, the American University’s Kogod School of Business conducts a survey of the automotive industry. The D.C.-based school maps out the most American-made vehicles, regardless of their brand. Seven key criteria are used in determining the rankings, but it comes down to the percentage of American and Canadian parts used and location of the vehicles’ assembly, research and development, and corporate headquarters.

Though Kogod’s inclusive survey ranks every vehicle sold in the U.S., we’re focusing on the top 10. Much of the list hasn’t changed over 2016, but there are a few additions and missing models. An update in scoring for 2017 allows half-points for automakers (FCA, in particular) that have headquarters in multiple countries. As such, the Jeep Wrangler joins the list, despite the vehicle itself not changing. For a full explanation of the points system, check out Kogod’s website. To skip to the Top 10 most American vehicles, keep reading here on TopSpeed.com

Continue reading for the Top 10 Most American Built Vehicles.

PostHeaderIcon Lincoln Navigator

The days of a worn-out, aging Navigator are gone. Lincoln has finally given its full-size luxury SUV a proper makeover, complete with a high-horsepower EcoBoost V-6, an upscale appearance and perhaps the classiest interior ever seen in the American SUV segment. Of course, the new Navigator is based on Ford’s all-new Expedition. Both share a new high-strength steel frame, aluminum construction for the body, and Ford’s new 10-speed automatic transmission. Cadillac has held the luxury SUV torch for years with its well-regarded Escalade, but Lincoln could soon be taking the lead.

“Quiet luxury is both a look and a feeling. The all-new Navigator embodies both.” That’s what Lincoln president Kumar Galhotra said about the Navigator when it debuted at the 2017 New York Auto Show. He continued, saying, “The sleek styling, spacious interior, and technology are all designed to make each trip effortless.”

Lincoln has worked tirelessly to build back its reputation of class, elegance, and that old-school charm. Take those Matthew McConaughey commercials, for example. He’s wearing a suit – tie gone, collar undone – hand sprawled over the steering wheel after a long day at some white-collar position in a successful career built over time. It’s smooth jazz music playing softly with rain falling on an empty city street; it’s a mellow yet engaging game of poker and coming away with the winning hand. “The feeling stays with you,” the commercial says. It’s this modern, minimalistic yet richly decorated idea of luxury Lincoln is attempting to tie to its brand image. Regardless of the advertisements, if Lincoln keeps building vehicles like the Navigator, the idea should stick.

Keep reading for the full run-down of Lincolns’ newest seven-seater.


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