Lincoln is a division of the Ford Motor Company and specializes in providing true American luxury cars. Car buyers who demand only the best, in terms of a comfortable and smooth ride along with the best interior materials, will have a lot to be happy with in the new line of Lincoln automobiles. The car maker is aiming to target a younger set of car buyers by providing sharper designs along with new levels of technology and performance.
Crossover vehicles are a big hit, not because they are pretty to look at but because they provide the practicality and people-carrying ability of a minivan. They also provide car-like levels of comfort and driving dynamics. The 2012 Lincoln MKT is based on the same architecture as the Ford Edge and can be properly classified as a seven-seat crossover wagon. The Lincoln MKT is biased more towards luxury as it offers plenty of space for passengers, along with luxury features such as full leather upholstery, 19-inch alloy wheels, tri-zone auto climate control, and an 8-inch touch screen vehicle interface system. Prices for the Lincoln MKT start at $44,300.
The 2012 Lincoln MKX is a midsized alternative to a luxury crossover SUV. With prices at $39,500, the Lincoln MKX also comes with a ton of luxury features that include a leather and wood grain steering wheel, heated and cooled seats, 18-inch alloy wheels, reverse park assist, and dual zone auto climate controls. Power comes courtesy of a 3.7-liter, V6 engine that churns out 305hp. Sharp styling cues and a smooth ride also come standard.
Luxury car buyers should look into the 2012 Lincoln MKS as this car has been vastly improved to compete with what the best has to offer. The Lincoln MKS starts at $41,500 and utilizes either a 3.7-liter V6 that produces 273hp or the EcoBoost, 3.5-liter V6 that utilizes turbo charging technologies to produce 355hp and 350 lb-ft of torque. Although the Lincoln MKS is mechanically similar to the Ford Taurus, it remains to be a car that is unique in its own right.
The 2012 Lincoln MKZ is a midsized entry level luxury sedan and is the lowest priced car in the Lincoln stable. The MKZ proves the fact that one need not fork over tons of cash in order to experience class, build quality, and refinement. Priced at just $34,755, the Lincoln MKZ utilizes a 3.5-liter V6 that produces 263hp. This engine is mated to a smooth six-speed automatic transmission that is programmed to optimize engine power. Full leather upholstery and dual-zone auto climate control comes standard along with Bluetooth and a nine-speaker audio system with CD player.
Lincoln has been in the market since 1917 and is now better equipped to battle it out with other import brands on the market. Simply take advantage of a free local price quote in order to get the best deals and the lowest new car prices! Try a free quite today!