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I purchased my 2019 MKC in January 2020. I was truly happy, because I thought they’re such beautiful cars. It had 60 miles on it and off the showroom floor. Well that means nothing. The car vibrated terribly since I brought it. Between 35-38 mph and then It smooths out and starts back between 60-75 mph. I’ve had 4 new tires placed on it and the vibration is better as far as my head isn’t bouncing but you can still feel it through the seats and stirring wheel, and passenger seat. For a Lincoln and a car >44k, I’d expected a better ride. It’s a pretty car beautiful. But to have less than 3k miles and already been to the shop 4 times, I’m dreading my purchase. It makes for horrible road trips.
I bought my MKC with 23,000 miles on it. Not only is it a beautiful vehicle but it drives like a dream. It has been a solid car with no issues, only standard oil, filter and tire changes. The Lincoln dealership has been very professional and friendly at every turn.
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I bought my 2016 Lincoln MKC Reserve AWD used in 2018 for $25K. It has a great tech package with adaptive cruise control that I used to drive from Colorado to Illinois and rarely hitting the brake or gas pedal. What a joy for long drives. The turbo is makes this 4 cylinder fun to drive. Also love the panoramic sunroof. Its handling in the winter with snow and ice isn't great, had more confidence with my Acura MDX which was almost flawless in winter conditions. The reserve package is generous is luxury details such as leather, upgrade wheel mags and real wood trim on the interior. Overall, my experience has made me completely rethink Lincoln as a luxury American brand from struggling brand and "old man" car.
2019 Lincoln Nautilus.
2. Navigation is BAD. Totally messed up directions. Sometimes generates an unknown address as its destination. If you are not attentive, it will lead you to a location you did not enter. At times, screen locks up even when you have already executed the turn. Unsafe because you may be tempted to brake or turn suddenly, when you realize you are going the wrong way.3. Vibration at highway speeds. Brought the car to the dealer many times. They keep giving me excuses saying “it's within spec”. I downloaded a vibration analyzer on my iPhone and recorded the vibration while dealer is riding in the car. Finally, they replaced the tires. Vibration fixed, but it took blood, sweat and tears before they fixed it.
4. Until today, the Retarded Timing has NOT been fixed; the Navigation has not been fixed.Ray **
Ann Arbor MI
I love my MKC. I love the soft leather seats. They are very comfortable and fit like a glove. It has a very smooth ride and gets decent gas mileage. It is well equipped with all the latest safety options. Definitely recommend it.
Paint on my car has spots all over the car and the car is six months old. Muffler came loose. Engine noise they said they can’t do anything about it. That’s the way it sounds. Management at Dealership don’t want to hear about it.
Just purchased my Lincoln MKC and had excellent service from Jennifer ** of Causeway Lincoln. She made the experience a very very very good deal. Top notch service. Will go there again and again. Very satisfied!
I have owned my 2016 MKC (AWD 2.3) for three years. Positives: Custom ordered to my specs, very smooth drive, good power, looks good, Synch easy to use. Negatives: Dash rattle from day one that dealers couldn't fix, small gas tank, cramped back seat area. I drove other luxury brands and this compared most closely to an Audi. I was offered a number of discounts and 0% financing which made this a steal compared to foreign brands. After three years and three dealers, I finally found a dealer who could fix the rattle (although they damaged the dash in the process and had to replace it). Will I buy another Lincoln? The jury is still out, but it’s a definite maybe. I love the way the car drives and looks and being able to custom order is a big plus. It’s especially nice to select a color. The foreign brands all offer a nice selection of color...as long as you want black, white, or silver.
I've had my Lincoln MKC for 4 years now, within the last 6 months, I've started to experience transmission problems. I owned a Lincoln 2009 LS before this car and experience the same type of transmission problems. Love the Lincoln brand and what it brings to the table, but really disappointed in experiencing two failed transmissions on their brand of cars.
Did some research and there seems to be a common problem with their Input/Turbine Speed Sensor. So for those that are experiencing the same problems as myself here are two of the codes for the Lincoln MKC. P0715 – Input/Turbine Speed Sensor Malfunction – This code typically gets stored when the input sensor cannot read the engine RPM, which can prevent the transmission from appropriately shifting gears. P0717 – Input/Turbine Speed Sensor No Signal – This trouble code is generated when the PCM does not get a signal from the input speed sensor, which will prevent the computer from being able to determine when the transmission needs to shift.
I bought a MKC in April 2018 after owning 3 Mercury products. The engine developed a noise, which I was given a nonsense put-off answer of a loose battery cover on the first trip in. Next they kept it 2 weeks and said they would have to replace a short block on back order. Two months later they say all of the parts are still not in. I didn’t buy a Lincoln to drive a car that sounds like a rattle trap. Wish I had Mercury Mariner back.
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