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Hello,

I'm looking at my next car since my current lease is up soon. I notice that there are some dealers that have 2015's still available. I notice on edmunds.com it says there is a lease incentive available. Is it still possible to lease 2015 cars?

Also, how much of a price discount should I look for on these models? Most of them are the reserve package with just about all options.

Thanks!
 

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Well, my suggestion is: do due diligence and based on the build date, you'd be able to determine weather you want to get a 2015 MKC....some have had issues with that model year, others not so much....my 2016 so far has been stellar, little nags here and there, but nothing I'd loose sleep over...
 

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2015 Lincoln MKC

I ordered in advance an early 2015 Lincoln MKC all wheel drive (was rec'd about 2 years ago), and other than the recall on the location of the shifting buttons, have had no issues of any kind. I had a little trouble with the Navigation displaying my location to the right side of the road, which I solved permanently by disconnecting the battery for a few minutes - this was described in an earlier post. I get a combined average of 24.5 miles per gallon and the car has plenty of power - even more in the "S" (sport) mode. In my opinion the car is very dependable quiet, and trouble free. I like the feature of no gas cap and also that such a fine car can be operated on regular fuel.

I am thinking of ordering a new 2017 MKC or MKX, but if either looks identical to the 2015, why trade? I am hoping for a design change soon. I guess the new Sync 3 is a little more user friendly than the 2015, but in the meantime, I have figured it out. Compared to the Navigation system offered by Mercedes or Audi, almost anything is easy to operate.

Today I saw a few 2017 MKZs with the new grille at the local dealership, which is a nice change, but the grille from the previous Lincolns is also very attractive. I am also anxious to see the new Continental, but I do not like the big ugly wheels on the proto-types.


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Thanks. Really, the MKC and the MKZ check every single one of my "wants" Nothing else really compares in terms of features and technology. The leftovers I see are the AWD versions with the 2.3L engine. I don't need AWD but if the discounts make it worth it then i'd definitely consider it.
 

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Hi Aerogel, When I was shopping for mine, dealers here in Calgary also had some 2015's on the lot they wanted to get rid of. Discounts were around $9000 off the sticker for a 2.3L AWD
 

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Hi Aerogel, When I was shopping for mine, dealers here in Calgary also had some 2015's on the lot they wanted to get rid of. Discounts were around $9000 off the sticker for a 2.3L AWD
Thanks, this is good information to know!
 
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