Lincoln is looking to bring even more luxury to the luxury segment with the introduction of Lincoln Black Label. This new program, which is set to launch in December at 32 Lincoln Black Label dealers across the country, is part of a dealer network that offers a unique shopping and ownership experience for Lincoln customers.
“Black Label represents a new level of Lincoln luxury in terms of product execution and personal service,” said Matt VanDyke, director of global Lincoln. “This combination of elevated service, materials, and execution will set Lincoln Black Label apart.”
This new luxurious theme doesn’t just extend to customer service, though. Multiple Lincoln models will also offer Black Label design themes that surround consumers in premium materials and features. There are a total of four interior themes that use the finest automotive materials, including Venetian leather, along with crafted and rare woods.
For more information about Lincoln Black Label, make sure you contact Mountaineer Lincoln today!
The MKX is a luxury mid-size SUV that’s got everything you want out of a mid-size and more, especially if choose the 2014 Limited Edition Lincoln MKX model. This SUV is at the top of the charts when it comes to safety, and will get you where you need to go in style and comfort.
The limited edition for the 2014 model that is being released will offer ceramic-colored leather interior accents, contrasted with red stitching and tuxedo stripes and piping. The exterior will also have some special options, namely two new paint options called Platinum Dune Tri-Coat and Sunset Metallic.
The inner guts of every MKX Lincoln contain a 3.7-liter V6 engine capable of reaching a 305 horsepower output. With its twin independent variable camshaft timing, the MKX yields 26 miles per gallon on the highway and improves greatly on its overall power. Add to all of these capabilities optional all-wheel drive and you’ll be set for secure driving, even on the iciest of West Virginia roads.
Winter is coming in full force this year and Mountaineer Lincoln is ready to equip you with the car best suited for the frigid weather that awaits. For more information on the MKX and other Lincoln models, be sure to visit us!
Listen. Do you hear that? Sounds like…silence. Or close to it. That’s the soothing, near-inaudible hum of the new 2015 Lincoln MKC crossover. Lincoln has gone to great heights to ensure that luxury means everything it should, and that includes a quiet ride. Motor Authority recently explained some of the features that makes the MKC “as quiet as a library.”
The Lincoln crossover has an exhaust system specifically designed to reduce noise. It even has aerodynamic mirrors that reduce that annoying sound of wind noise. If you purchase what’s called the Reserve Package, your MKC will come equipped with an acoustic windshield. The special noise-reducing tires also help the crossover achieve its luxuriously quiet cabin.
Buyers can also opt for a noise cancellation system. Microphones are installed around the cabin. They pick up undesired noise. Then, through the speaker, the car sends out opposing frequencies that cancel this noise.
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The People’s Republic of China has added two sets of three English letters to its language: MKZ and MKC. Lincoln officially made its debut in China on October 23rd, and we here at Mountaineer Lincoln expect the automaker’s premium mid-size sedan and premium small utility vehicles will become the country’s newest household names.
“Today is a significant step forward for Ford Motor Company, for the Lincoln brand, and for our business in China,” said John Lawler, Ford China chairman and CEO. “With Lincoln MKZ and MKC, we now will begin serving luxury customers in China. We believe Lincoln’s highly competitive products, coupled with its innovative and personalized ownership experience, will provide our customers with a totally differentiated offering in today’s competitive luxury auto market in China.”
The MKZ sedan will be available in three trims – Select, Reserve, and Preferred Series – with a starting price of $51,600, or 315,800 yuan. The MKC crossover adds a Reserve Series trim with all-wheel drive to its available models and begins with a price of $55,500, or 339,800 yuan.
Lincoln has plans to introduce three additional models in the country by 2016. So keep your eyes peeled to see which new models from Lincoln debut in China in the coming years.
We here at Mountaineer Lincoln are excited to see some of our favorite Lincoln models become favorites among the people of China, as well.