2011 Lincoln MKX Up-close Inspection

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Ford unveiled the new 2011 Lincoln MKX model during the 2010 Detroit Auto Show with an emphasis on technology. Although at first glance the 2011 Lincoln MKX appears unchanged from its predecessor, you'll find that it has been reworked front to back, top to bottom, inside and out. Fine details and designs provide a fresher, cleaner, and more sophisticated look and feel to the MKX. Besides its new engine, the MKX features a new six-speed SelectShift automatic transmission that delivers 25 mpg/highway.

Inside it appears that a lot of resources have been poured into improving the interior. In addition to the leather seats, the MDK offers two wood accents, as well as a more modern aluminum accent package. In short the 2011 MKX is worth taking a better look at.

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