New 2016 Lincoln MKX Prices

2016 model year changes

The Lincoln MKX returns for 2016 with fresh, sculpted styling, an improved chassis and a brand new turbocharged engine. The luxurious crossover has been given a complete redesign, making it better than ever at moving people around in comfort. With a quieter cabin and a new Revel-powered premium sound system, the Lincoln MKX should be faster, more comfortable, smoother and more efficient than ever before.


Competitive comparison

Luxurious, comfortable cabin; lots of optional equipment; available all-wheel drive; new, turbocharged engine.


Special features for 2016

The Lincoln MKX starts at below $40,000, pricing it in competition with other entry level luxury SUVs and crossovers. The Lincoln MKX seats five and should be able to handle most light off-roading situations buyers might find themselves in, provided they splurge on the optional all-wheel drive system. The Lincoln MKX strikes a nice balance in terms of size-- it's big enough to be considered roomy on the inside, but not so big that it poses a challenge to pilot in the city.




Select a new 2016 Lincoln MKX trim level

The loaded MKX by Lincoln makes it feasible to get into a luxury SUV vehicle without breaking the bank. Key exterior features include 18” wheels, LED welcome lighting, nifty floating roof spoiler, automated headlamps, fog lamps, remote entry/start, parking sensors (rear), auto-dim rearview mirror, heated and powered side mirrors, two-zone climate control, powered and heated front seats, tilt and telescope steering wheel, 60/40-split-folding second-row, Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration, 8” touchscreen with GPS and a 10-speaker audio system. Upgrades can add things like larger (up to) 21” wheels, collision mitigation system, parking camera, premium leather upholstery, sunroof, premium audio system and more. Driving the MKX is a 3.7-liter V6 engine that’s rated at 305 horsepower and 280 pound-feet of torque.