2018 Lincoln MKC Redesign and Release Date
Becoming as one of the top Ford auto branch, the lineup of Lincoln has been successful to attract the public attention with the impressive design styling and the high-end additional instruments. Under the nameplate of MKC, the forthcoming SUV will be released into the 2018 auto competition. It must be a hard work for the Lincoln auto team to maintain the success of the current MKC. In comparison to its forerunners, the future 2018 Lincoln MKC will carry more luxury and lots of betterments provided.
The SUV overall appearance could be constructed under the same prominent design form, just similar to the fellow vehicles. However, the new MKC looks much sportier than the former models.
While talking about the inside cabin, some changes and enhancements will be highlighted. Several added technological standards for the infotainment and safety systems such as parking assist, multi-functional steering wheel, lane departure and other digital instruments will be installed. To offer the deluxe and comfort, the Black leather material, unique color schemes and personalized lighting will add up the beauty of the 2018 Lincoln MKC inside.
To make it competitive in the top SUV segment, the new 2018 Lincoln MKC will be injected with the powerful configuration of a 2.0 liter 4-cylinder credible to generate the output of around 240 horsepower. Along with the 2.3 liter unit, the power output could be raised up to 290 horsepower. As for the transmission system, the engineer might opt out to pair the 6-speed manual Select Shift gearbox. Under the late estimation, the fuel consumption is recorded at around 25 MPG mixed. There seems an engine version of a 1.5 liter turbocharged inline four EcoBoost could be included as the alternated option.
Within all available speculations, the arrival of 2018 Lincoln MKC in the sales market might take place during the summer of 2017 or even the beginning of 2018. The exact price is still unknown for obvious but recent appraisals have made estimation that the SUV could be valued at starting from $30,000 for the base model and closer to $50,000 for the higher trim level.