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I recently purchased the 2013 Lincoln MKX and it is not a good deal for me. The ride is rough and choppy, the seats are very hard and seem to have no filler in them (very hard, like sitting on a book). The dealer wouldn't take back unless I changed for another car for another 10,000 dollars, so I am stuck driving this lemon..Report it
I am also on my third Lincoln MKX. Obviously I love my first two. I hate this one, I wish I could get my 2010 back. First of all it looks, and feels much smaller to me. Second of all I HATE the middle compartment between the two front seats. It is half the size of my old one. My old one had two separate sections and a divider. This one is just a big hole. I liked the wheels on my last Lincoln better. I can't find a 'repeat' button when using my navigation system. It took me forever to find out how to get my seats to go back and forth when I get in and out and using the information on the front panel. I now know how at least. My salesman mentioned the 'colors' that I had in my 2010 so I assumed I would also have them in this wreck of a car, I cannot find anything to do 'colors'. There is a place for a 'picture' when using the 'quick dial' but no directions of how to get the picture in it. I had a 2008 and a 2010 before this and I would take back my 2010 in a heartbeat. I can do without any of the new gizmos, i.e. button starter, no knobs whatsoever, fancier screen. I don't need any of those things and I hope this gets back to the Lincoln people because they should know that sometimes newer doesn't always mean better. It isn't as far as I am concerned.Report it
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