I've just been doing some surveying of various online auto reviews and thought I'd bring together some of the criticisms that I have found. Feel free to add to the list or to disagree with these points if you've had a different experience with the vehicle.
Consumer Reports had a few criticisms of the Lincoln MKC. The first was that the MKC's storage space (53.1 cu.ft.) really isn't enough. They also claim that the MKC is boring to drive when compared to its competitors. The optional 285 hp 2.3L EcoBoost engine may seem like a solution to that problem, but CR says that the price of that option is not worth it.
Other publications were a bit nicer to the MKC, but they still had a few bad things to point out. One was the capacitive touch switches in the interior of the MKC. While these look great, a level of simplicity and practicality is lost.
Fuel economy (19-20 city / 26-29 hwy) was deemed "average" which isn't a bad thing, but it certainly isn't a good thing either.
The one final criticism that I found while reading was of the navigation system. The system apparently has no online destination search and also renders maps on the screen very slowly.
DO you think that these criticisms are fair? Do you have any other criticisms we should add to the list?