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The trend at this year’s New York Auto Show was SUVs. After all, with them being the most popular automotive segment, manufacturers want to take full advantage of this growing marketplace. Due to this, many manufacturers like Chevrolet are diversifying their product lines. Their thinking is by offering more packages and trends for their existing …

Several concept sport utility vehicles made a major splash at the 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Here at SUVs.com, we reported on the Infiniti QX50 and Audi Q8 concepts, which both debuted at the show. There were at least two other SUV concepts on display, however, that also deserve some attention. While …

Rating 60/100 Background Lincoln has borrowed liberally from parent company Ford for years, charging a premium for little more than extra leather and an (arguably) more prestigious badge. Imagine our surprise when we first drove the then-new 2015 Lincoln MKC and found that Lincoln’s small crossover SUV didn’t feel much like a Ford at all. …

Rating 72/100 Background When the Lincoln MKX first debuted in 2007, we recommended that shoppers consider pretty much any of its competitors first. While competent overall, the original MKX was lacking in areas that others excelled in, like cabin materials quality and overall driving character. It was obvious that the MKX shared more with its …

Rating 70/100 Background There’s never been a better time to be a auto shopper. Unrelenting and abundant competition has raised the bar in all segments and the end result is an automotive landscape in which excellence is the new normal. While this is great news for consumers, it’s bad news for the 2015 Lincoln MKX. …

Rating 77/100 Background Is that the name of a new Lincoln or a stock market ticker symbol? Even we have a hard time keeping our Lincolns straight, but all you really need to know about the 2015 Lincoln MKC is that it’s a genuinely competitive compact luxury crossover. The MKC has good genetics on its …

Rating 67/100 Background There’s no denying that the full-size 2014 Lincoln Navigator SUV offers some desirable attributes. There simply aren’t that many luxury vehicles out there that can seat eight passengers in comfort, swallow a small mountain of cargo or haul a 9,000-pound trailer, and do it all with style. However, we suspect very few …

Rating 53/100 Background At first glance, the 2014 Lincoln MKX looks like a competitive luxury crossover SUV. It’s stylish, for starters, with shiny chrome outside and plenty of wood, aluminum and leather inside. Its big V6 engine pumps out a burly 305 horsepower. Lincoln packs in the features, too, including a slick-looking touchscreen infotainment system …

Rating 77/100 Background We’ll say this: The 2013 Lincoln Navigator still has plenty of presence. A massive, squared-jawed face and an imposing profile with chrome flourishes highlight the exterior, while genuine wood accents and more luxury features than you can count are found inside. And thanks to its rugged and traditional body-on-frame construction, the Navigator …

Rating 58/100 Background Finding the best small-to-midsize luxury crossover SUV can be a difficult task. Just about every model is very good, so it typically comes down to what you want from your crossover. The 2013 Lincoln MKX could work out well for shoppers prioritizing interior room and features. But it also has its fair …

Rating 55/100 Background Although it got off to a shaky start when it first debuted, the Lincoln MKX is now a pretty respectable choice in the luxury crossover SUV segment. Thanks to last year’s revamped recipe that brought significant improvements in performance, driving dynamics and cabin quality, there’s plenty of substance beneath the MKX’s eye-catching …

Rating 80/100 Background Sometimes, things make a visual promise that isn’t realized in the end. Maybe it was that fancy chocolate cake your aunt made that didn’t taste quite like you anticipated. Or it could’ve been a dream date that turned into a nightmare — who knew such a looker could have such poor manners? …