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2017 Lincoln MKC adds available stop-start for 2.0L AWD

The 2017 Lincoln MKC small utility is offering more standard features and available, among them Auto Start-Stop, which is now available on 2.0-liter all-wheel-drive MKC, and standard on front-wheel-drive model.

Auto Hold, now standard across the line, relieves the driver from having to press the brake pedal continuously to keep the vehicle stationary—a helpful feature in stop-and-go traffic.

The power liftgate is now standard equipment versus optional.

Lincoln MKC sales totaled approximately 25,000 vehicles last year. MKC registrations to women contributed 59% to Lincoln’s year-over-year SUV growth in 2015, according to a recent Lincoln analysis of IHS Automotive registration data.


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