Lincoln announced pricing for the new MKC compact crossover. The new model will have a starting price of $33,995, making it the least expensive model in Lincoln's lineup.
The base model will be the MKC Premiere which brings forth a 2.0L EcoBoost four-cylinder with 240 horsepower, a six-speed push-button automatic transmission, and front-wheel drive. Standard equipment includes eighteen-inch wheels, backup sensors and camera, ten-way power seat for the driver, nine-speaker sound system, MyLincolnTouch, and much more.
Next up is the MKC Select which carries a pricetag of $37,225. That will add to the Premiere package standard features such as upgraded eighteen-inch wheels, power folding mirrors with turn signals, ambient lighting, and a ten-way power seat for the passenger.
Wrapping up the MKC lineup is the Reserve which costs $40,930 and comes with a "Vista Roof" sunroof with power shades, navigation, two-tone eighteen-inch wheels, power-adjustable steering wheel, blind-spot monitoring system, and a hands-free tailgate.
Options for the MKC include the continuously controlled damping (CCD) suspension for front-wheel drive models at a cost of $650. All-wheel drive with CCD carries a pricetag of $2,495. A more powerful 2.3L EcoBoost four-cylinder available on the Select and Reserve rings at $1,140.
The MKC arrives at Lincoln dealers next summer.