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2012 Lincoln MKX Consumer Discussions

anyone know the towing capabilities of the 2012 MKX?...

I had a 2010 Lincoln MKX, and was pretty impressed with it and it's Ice Blue Color. However, my feelings started to change when it had 10,000 miles on it and we were 1,300 miles from home on vacation....

23,000 kilometers (14,000 miles). I love my 2011 MKX for everything else it gives us but, I actually can't ride it because of both extremely uncomfortable front seats and yes my wife has the same pro...

Utilizing an innovative aluminum 3.5L Duratec V-6 engine, the Lincoln MKX is both potent and efficient. Unlike its competition, the Lincoln MKX delivers 265 horsepower and 250 lb. ft. of torque on jus...

Our 2012 MKX sound system has been working just fine....

The MKT was a clean sheet design that went from provocative concept to a too-long station wagon look that doesn't fly in the marketplace...see what Cadillac did with the SRX to fix that. The MKX, whic...

I just posted in regard to an Edge Limited. Also interested in an MKX FWD, 2011 or 2012 (I'm assuming that since the 2012 had no updates I would have the most leverage in negotiating a cap cost reduc...

Maybe that was the 2012 manual I was looking at. The 2011 doesn't seem to have the wording. But it definitely has grade assist. I think the selectshift manual operation is standard on the MKX so if...
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