The Truth About Cars reviews the Lincoln MKX. And sorta take a Ford on it.
And you pay a proper price for the privilege. Lincoln’s MKX is roughly eight thousand dollars harder on your wallet than a comparable Ford Edge, which has the same powertrain, chassis and moonroof, and can be ordered with the same navigation system, up-rated audio and a fine leather interior of its own. So what's to love about the MKX? A retro grille, better warranty, woodgrain accents, A/C seats and luxury tuned (i.e. less sporting) dynamics. Yup, it’s the Lincoln Zephyr all over again.Ugh. Well Ford is clearly getting what it's due. Will Ford change its ways or just roll over and die?
That's a snap of the 2007 Ford MKX. Talk about tarting up a Ford! Ford's weak-ass media site didn't even have a snap of it. We had to snag it from Lincoln's regular site. How pedestrian!