2011 » Midsize SUV » Lincoln » MKX
2011 Lincoln MKX
2011 Lincoln MKX  - Styles
The Lincoln MKX made its first appearance four years ago. The Lincoln MKX’s low price tag, lux [...] 
Select a Style below for pricing, reviews, specs and more...
MSRP: From $39145 to $40995
Invoice: From $36111 to $37776
Fuel EconomyFuel Economy
(N/A mpg)
Overall: 7.8 Performance: 7.5
Exterior: 8.4 Interior: 8.3
Safety: N/A Reliability: N/A

2 Style(s) available for 2011 Lincoln MKX .

2011 Lincoln MKX Drive Type Base Engine Type EPA Mileage Estimates(mpg) MSRP
Base 4dr Front-wheel Drive front-wheel  V-6  19 City / 26 Hwy  $39145 
Base 4dr All-wheel Drive all-wheel drive  V-6  N/A  $40995 

2011 Lincoln MKX Overview.

The Lincoln MKX made its first appearance four years ago. The Lincoln MKX’s low price tag, luxurious features and fine fuel economy continue to make it one of the finest values in its class. The 2011 Lincoln MKX brings the vehicle into a new generation as it gets even better with advanced quality materials and improved styling. It is a reasonably priced midsized SUV that can seat five grown-ups. The 2011 Lincoln MKX gets a refresh that adds up to one of the most technologically advanced SUVs on the market. It gets a new look, improved interior materials and a more powerful engine, among other changes.

However the most exciting new feature is the usual MyLincoln Touch interface, which swaps the normal button controls with three touch screens and a five-way organizer. It even incorporates touch-sensitive sliders for the stereo volume and fan speed.

The base 2011 Lincoln MKX is expected to have an MSRP right around $38,750 - an affordable price, taking into consideration all of the refurbished signals and whistles that are included in this vehicle. The fuel economy rating for 2010 model year were 18mpg city and 25mpg highway is which is one of the best in its class, and its cabin comes with ample standard luxury characteristics.

Even though these updates are commendable, it's still likely worth your time to shop around some. The luxury SUV division is packed out of admirable contenders. The Lincoln MKX’s price is low, but you can still find luxury SUVs that cost less. Since the MKX is as good as the Edge, which is a much low-priced SUV, it has trouble contending with its superior rivals in both performance and interior class. If you like the MKX, also consider buying its platform companion, the Ford Edge. You could save an overwhelming $11,000 and get a very similar SUV with the same fuel economy, although you’ll have to sacrifice a few of the MKX’s standard luxury features. The new MyFord Touch system, which is comparable to MyLincoln Touch, isn't standard on the Edge, though is available as an option.

Reliability

The MKX is associated with Ford Motor Company's four-year or 50,000 mile bumper-to-bumper coverage in addition to powertrain coverage for six years or 70,000 miles.

The warranty period starts either on the date of first retail sale, or the date the vehicle is first placed in service as an instructor, service loaner or company vehicle, whichever is earlier. Plus from that moment on, your Lincoln MKX is looked after during the coverage period, not considering of whether you're the first owner or a subsequent owner.

Overall Impression

The 2011 Lincoln MKX brings the vehicle into a new generation as it gets even better with advanced quality materials and improved styling. There’s plenty to appreciate about the 2011 Lincoln MKX. The new power of the optional 3.7-liter Duramax V6 engine, considerate additions like a blind spot warning system with cross-traffic alerts and adaptive cruise control with collision warning, the extraordinary MyLincoln Touch user interface, a luxuriously improved interior and a re-turned suspension all combine to a very affirmative driving experience. The only significant downfall to the MKX is the price tag. While $38,750 is quite reasonable, you’re going to have to spend fairly a bit extra if you want to enjoy the additional pep of the improved engine and other key perks.

2011 Lincoln MKX Pros:

  • Ample cargo room and a spacious rear seat
  • Plentiful luxury features
  • Excellent fuel economy for its class
  • New mylincoln Touch system is standard

2011 Lincoln MKX Cons:

  • Automatic transmission is slow to downshift
  • Backseat doesn't slide forward/backward

New Car Quote FREE

Name* :
Email* :
Phone :
Make* :
Model* :
Zip* :

Ask a Question
Newsletter Signup
Sign up now and enter for your chance to win a $100 Gas Card!
Name: 
Email: 
Photo gallery
Partner Links
Looking for specific information?
*First name : Last Name :
*Email : *Phone :
Date of birth : Country :
Address :
City : State : Zip :
Message :
home