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post #1 of 10 Old 02-26-2014, 11:44 AM Thread Starter
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MKC Compared Visually

One of the most gorgeous cars to come out of Detroit in a LOOONG time, but how does the America Beauty compare to the European Queens?

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Fortunate for Lincoln, they just released their MKC with a completely new design, much unlike the rest which have older designs. Someone wanting design and true luxury will go for the Lincoln



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I think that the back end of the Lincoln MKC looks great with the clam shell trunk. I think that the Lincoln MKC looks better than all of the rest of these, which is a testament to Lincoln's work. That is no easy feat. Hopefully they will be able to follow this up properly with whatever model they make next.



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They are all good designs

Just comes down to personal preference

Though I personally don't like the RDX.
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They are all good designs

Just comes down to personal preference

Though I personally don't like the RDX.
That's true it does.
The MKC represents american styling a lot, at least in it's latest and greatest form, still with some euro influence. But it's still far off from true euro styling



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Of course it comes down to personal preference, but I think that if some kind of design award was given out in this segment the Lincoln MKC would win. It is doing things that other models simply haven't done yet. The lightbar that bends around the clam shell back, the whale tail grille. I think that it is something new instead of something that seems like an update of something that we have already seen before.



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Of course it comes down to personal preference, but I think that if some kind of design award was given out in this segment the Lincoln MKC would win. It is doing things that other models simply haven't done yet. The lightbar that bends around the clam shell back, the whale tail grille. I think that it is something new instead of something that seems like an update of something that we have already seen before.
I see where you're going with that, i don't think what they did was anything significant, it's good when compared to what they did in the past but not when compared to the rest of the industry



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id say its pretty nice even when compared with the germans
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That it is, it should even attract more german buyers with how much better it is than previous lincoln products.



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I like the fact that for the first time Lincoln is not just a chromed up Ford, in this case the Escape. All new sheet metal and interior. IMHO it is a clear winner.
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