2015 Lincoln MKC Photo Gallery (22 Photos)

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Ford luxury division's entry into the bustling compact crossover segment, the 2015 Lincoln MKC, debuted at the 2013 North American International Auto Show in Detroit as a concept and now comes to us in very much the same production-ready package at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show. Slotting in size below the MKX, exterior styling cues include a winged grille, sculpted body, LED-accented headlamps and full-width LED taillamps with wrap-around liftgate. Inside are a panoramic sunroof, leather seats with French stitching and real wood trim, as well as an 8-inch touch-screen that uses Ford's Sync with MyLincoln Touch.

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Under the hood is a standard turbocharged 2.0-liter that makes 250 horsepower or an available turbocharged 2.3-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder that makes 275 hp. The MKC is available with standard front-wheel drive; all-wheel drive is optional. Check out the gallery below; photos by Cars.com's Evan Sears.

2015 Lincoln MKC

2015 Lincoln MKC

2015 Lincoln MKC

2015 Lincoln MKC

2015 Lincoln MKC

2015 Lincoln MKC

2015 Lincoln MKC

2015 Lincoln MKC

2015 Lincoln MKC

2015 Lincoln MKC

2015 Lincoln MKC

2015 Lincoln MKC

2015 Lincoln MKC

2015 Lincoln MKC

2015 Lincoln MKC

2015 Lincoln MKC

2015 Lincoln MKC

2015 Lincoln MKC

2015 Lincoln MKC

2015 Lincoln MKC

2015 Lincoln MKC

2015 Lincoln MKC

Comments 

TH

The front end looks like a copy-paste from the Tiguan

Jay

I think this is a winner for Lincoln as a luxed up Escape but not nearly competitive enough to put them back in the luxury hunt.

matt

i dont know who made those tie downs on each side in the hatch but they are pretty sweet!!!

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