Lincoln has now released detailed specifications for their newly released 2015 MKC. The concept made its debut in November during the Los Angeles Auto Show. Firstly, the company announced the prices for the vehicle which will hit the Unites States dealerships sometime next summer. The 2015 MCK has a starting price of $33,995.
There are three trim levels available for the 2015 MKC described as `the brand’s first entry in the small premium utility segment`. The trim level available are: Premiere, Select and Reserve.
The car will be powered by an EcoBoost engine and will feature the `Approach detection` feature. This feature makes it possible for the auto to `sense` when the driver is nearby and respond by illuminating the `welcome mats` projected on the ground in near to both the front doors. In addition to this the headlamps, taillamps and door handles will softly glow in order to welcome the owner. Furthermore, the `push button gear shift`, that enables control of the automatic transmission will be standard feature for the 2015 MKC.
Mechanically wise the standard features that come with the auto include Active Noise Control, Electronic parking brake, a 15.5 gallon capacity fuel tank, as well as Hill Start Assist.
Regarding the exterior, this brings a body-colored spoiler, door handles and bumpers, a color-keyed exterior antenna and a smoked Chrome front grille. In addition to this, the manufacturer added LED signature taillamps, dual exhausts with chrome exhaust tips and front license- plate brackets. The vehicle rides on 18 inch painted aluminum wheels with P235/ 50R18 tires.
The comfortable interior offers driver and passenger illuminated visors and seatback coat hooks together with map pockets. The comfort level of the interior is further enhanced by the front floor console with two cupholders and the premium particulate air filter.
The 2015 MKC also offers an array of safety features including the four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes, side airbags, lower anchors and tethers for children (LATCH) and Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS).
The basic spec 2.0 liter EcoBoost four cylinder engine has an output of 240 HP and a 270 lb- ft peak torque. Optionally, the crossover can be equipped with a 2.3 liter EcoBoost engine with an output of 275 HP and 300 lb- ft peak torque. Both the engine options are mated to a six speed automatic gearbox which can further be paired to the optional all- wheel drive system.
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