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post #1 of 13 Old 12-18-2013, 03:59 PM Thread Starter
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MKC vs Cadillac SRX

Cross town rivals. Cadillac may not see Lincoln as a direct competitor but I think the MKC has something to say about that. MKC Base MSRP is $33K while you ned an extra 4K to hop into an entry level SRX.

Do i even need to say anything about the styling?






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Lincoln wins hands down on design in this battle I think. The front end of the Cadillac looks terrible, and the back end isn't great either. The Cadillac looks good from the side except for the front end, so really it doesn't.

Feels nice to say good things about Lincoln and see it winning some battles against Cadillac.



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The MKC looks WAYY better
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the whole hard edge art and science design language is getting VERY dated as the rest of the industry seems to be embracing sculpted lines again...

I think the Lincoln will out punch the caddy as well with its 275hp turbo 2.3 sourced from the mustang of all places
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rawr.

I think that Cadillac design language just doesn't lend itself well to SUV/CUV type vehicles. The angular and pointed lights just don't work when the body of the vehicle is that big. The back end of the MKC with its coll metal molding technique thing is awesome too.



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The design just looked outdated from day 1.
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The design just looked outdated from day 1.
It did, but with the new design language as seen on the Escalade, we could be seeing one of the best looking CUV's from Cadillac.





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It did, but with the new design language as seen on the Escalade, we could be seeing one of the best looking CUV's from Cadillac.

but its still a slab side with a new face.
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The new Escalade and the ATS and CTS are nice

But the SRX

ugghhh
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