Used Truck - 2011 Lincoln MKX in Woods Cross, Ut

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    About This 2011 Lincoln MKX 
    Vehicle Location:
    Woods Cross, Ut
    Exterior Color:
     Gold Leaf Metallic (Gold)
    3.7L Ti-VCT V6 engine
    Stock Number:

    Fuel Economy Estimates
    City MPG
    Miles Per Gallon
    Highway MPG
    Combined MPG: 22
    Estimated Monthly Fuel Cost: $101.14*
    *Based on $1.78 per gallon and 15k miles per year.
    Actual costs may vary.
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    2011 Lincoln MKX 3.7L V6 SUV Branded Title Heated/AC Leather Back-Up Camera Rear Bumper Sensors Power Lift Gate Bluetooth Powered by Microsoft Heated Steering Wheel USB/Auxiliary Alloys Do you want to drive the car you've always dreamt of but couldn't quite afford? Well, with AutoSource Motors you CAN. We specialize in high quality branded title vehicles, and we do it RIGHT. We hold every one of our vehicles up to the HIGHEST QUALITY STANDARDS and perform thorough inspections before offering them for sale. As the LARGEST BRANDED TITLE DEALER in the United States, we have overcome the stigma associated with branded titles and therefore have earned the FULL TRUST of two of the largest credit unions in the Western United States. Based on our quality standard and outstanding reputation, these organizations are willing to loan FULL VALUE on any of our vehicles at the best market rates, OAC. If you want a quality vehicle at an unbelievable price, come to AutoSource Motors. Give us a call at (877) 292-2962 to find more information, or visit our website at www.AutoSourceMotors.net .

    Located at AutoSource Motors in Woods Cross, Ut.  Call AutoSource Motors today at 801-292-8950 for more information about this vehicle.

    Vehicle Options:

    • 18 Premium Painted Aluminum Wheels
    • P245/60r18 All-season Bsw Tires
    • Black Rear Spoiler
    • Bright Beltline Molding
    • Black Lower Door Cladding W/chrome Accent Strip
    • Lincoln Split-wing Grille
    • Bi-functional Projector Beam Halogen Headlamps -inc: Autolamp
    • Wiper Activation
    • Front Fog Lamps
    • Bi-color Tail Lamps W/redundant Led Lamp
    • 1st Row Solar Tinted Glass
    • 2nd Row Rearward Privacy Glass
    • Speed-sensitive Intermittent Windshield Wipers
    • 2-speed Rear Wiper W/washer
    • Pwr Liftgate
    • Chrome Door Handles
    • Aero Body Color Pwr Heated Mirrors -inc: Memory
    • Driver-side Electrochromic
    • Integrated Blind Spot Mirrors
    • Puddle Lamps *blind Spot Mirrors Not Included When Equipped W/blis*
    • 17 Spare Tire
    • Perforated Leather Trimmed 10-way Pwr Heated/cooled Front Bucket Seats -inc: Tuxedo Stripe
    • Pwr Lumbar Support
    • Driver Memory
    • Easy-entry Feature
    • Easyfold Second Row Remote Seat Release
    • 1st Row Floor Console -inc: Dual Sliding Armrest
    • Floor Shifter
    • (2) Cupholders
    • Tray
    • Front & Rear Color-keyed Carpet Floor Mats W/driver-side Retainer Hook
    • Leather Wrapped Tilt/telescopic Steering Wheel -inc: Speed Control
    • Audio Controls
    • 5-way Controls
    • Warning Lamps -inc: System Check
    • Fuel Level Warnings
    • Odometer
    • Trip Odometer
    • Fuel Economy
    • Tachometer
    • Delayed Accessory Pwr Shut-off
    • Pwr Windows -inc: Driver/front Passenger One-touch Up/down
    • Global Open *global Open Includes Vista Roof If Equipped*
    • Pwr Door Locks
    • Remote Start
    • Intelligent Access W/push Button Start
    • Remote Keyless Entry W/integrated Key Fob
    • Illuminated Entry Driver-side Keypad
    • Speed Control
    • Universal Garage Door Opener
    • Perimeter Anti-theft Alarm
    • Securilock Encryption Passive Anti-theft System (epats)
    • Dual Zone Electronic Automatic Temp Control (deatc)
    • Rear Window Defroster
    • (4) Pwr Points
    • Light Damped Glove Box
    • Carbon Fiber/aluminum Woven Interior Appliques
    • Burnished Bronze Metallic Center Stack Applique
    • Electrochromic Rearview Mirror
    • Map Pockets On All (4) Door Panels -inc: Bottle Holders Doors
    • Illuminated Visor Vanity Mirrors
    • (3) Assist Handles
    • Overhead Console W/sunglass Holder
    • Front Dome Lamp W/maplights
    • Theater Lighting W/auto Lamp Delay
    • Leather Wrapped Shift Knob
    • Driver & Passenger Front Seat Back Map Pockets
    • Rear Cargo Management System Below Load Floor
    • Rear Cargo Lamp
    • Cargo Net -inc: Cargo Hooks
    • Reversible Cargo Mat
    • (2) Coat Hooks
    • Perforated Leather Trimmed 60/40 Split Reclining Rear Bench -inc: 2-way Outboard Head Restraints
    • Fold-forward Center Armrest W/headrest
    • (2) Cupholders In Center Console
    • (2) Bottle Holders In Door
    • 3.7l Ti-vct V6 Engine
    • 6-speed Selectshift Automatic Transmission
    • Engine Cover
    • Particulate Air Filter
    • 3.16 Axle Ratio
    • Front Wheel Drive
    • Maintenance-free 72-amp/hr Battery W/battery Saver
    • 175-amp Alternator W/smart Charge
    • 4-wheel Independent Suspension
    • Pwr Rack & Pinion Steering
    • Pwr 4-wheel Disc Brakes
    • Easyfuel Capless Refueling
    • Dual Exhaust System W/oval Chrome Tips
    • 4-wheel Anti-lock Brakes (abs)
    • Hill Start Assist
    • Advance Trac W/roll Stability Control (rsc)
    • Dual Stage Driver & Front Passenger Airbags W/occupant Classification System
    • Driver & Front Passenger-side Impact Air Bags
    • 1st & 2nd Row Side Impact Air Curtains
    • Reverse Sensing System
    • Sos Post Crash Alert System
    • Height-adjustable Safety Belts
    • Personal Safety System -inc: Seat Belt Pretensioners
    • Load-limiting Retractors
    • Driver Seat Positioning System
    • Crash Severity Sensing
    • 2nd Row Lower Anchors & Tethers For Children (latch)
    • Mykey System -inc: Top Speed Limiter
    • Audio Volume Limiter
    • Early Low Fuel Warning
    • Programmable Sound Chimes
    • Beltminder W/audio Mute
    • Rear Child Safety Locks
    • Tire Pressure Monitoring System
    • Driver & Front Passenger Belt-minder
    • Media Hub -inc: (2) Usb Ports
    • Rca Video Input Jack
    • Sd Card Reader
    • Mylincoln Touch -inc: (2) Driver Configurable 4.2 Lcd Displays In Instrument Cluster
    • 8 Color Lcd Touch Screen In Center Stack
    • Sync Voice-activated Communications & Entertainment System -inc: Bluetooth Capability
    • Steering Wheel Audio Controls
    • Usb Port
    • Audio Input Jack
    • 911 Assist
    • Vehicle Health Report
    • Turn-by-turn Navigation
    • Real-time Traffic *when Paired W/voice-activated Navigation System
    • Sync Traffic Directions & Info Services Are Replaced By The Vehicle's Navigation System & Sirius Travel Link Functionality* *traffic Directions & Info Services Are Subject To Late Availability*
    • Am/fm Stereo W/cd/mp3 Player -inc: (10) Speakers
    • Sirius Satellite Radio W/6 Month Subscription *sirius Satellite Radio N/a In Ak & Hi*

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    2011 Lincoln MKX Review

    This car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale.
    2011 Lincoln MKX
    Fresh styling, redesigned interior, more power.


    The Lincoln MKX gets a major makeover for 2011, with about 60 percent of its parts and components replaced, its first after some minor tweaks in 2009. Lincoln's five-seat midsize crossover utility vehicle was first introduced as a 2007 model.


    The cosmetic facelift to the 2011 Lincoln MKX includes a new grille, hood, fenders, lamps, bumper and air intakes up front, with new individual LED taillamps replacing the full-width taillamp design, a new liftgate, wheels, and oval-shaped exhaust system outlets at the rear. Underneath, there's a redone suspension and an improved braking system.


    The most direct competitors in the marketplace are the BMW X5, Cadillac SRX, Buick Enclave, and Lexus RX 350. Lincoln cites a raft of new standard or optional equipment that the competition doesn't offer, including standard leather seats, HD radio, heated steering wheel, heated and cooled front seats, remote starting, power liftgate, blind-spot information with cross-traffic alert, keyless entry, and a handful of others.


    The 2011 Lincoln MKX looks much bolder and sportier than the previous model, now with the Lincoln split-wing grille instead of the original 1961-style mesh grille.


    Under the hood, there is more power for 2011, more torque and improved gas mileage from its 3.7-liter V6 engine.


    The Lincoln MKX comes with a choice of front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. The AWD version gets one more gallon of fuel capacity in its tank, and a slightly lower axle ratio, 3.39:1 versus 3.16:1 in the FWD version, but otherwise the two vehicles are identical in specification. The 180 pounds of extra weight of the AWD system takes away four miles per gallon of highway fuel economy, dropping from 27 mpg for the front-drive MKX to 23 mpg Highway with all-wheel drive.


    We recommend getting the all-wheel drive because it is a very good computer-controlled part-time system that puts the torque where it needs to be, whether you're cornering fast in dry weather, or dealing with rain, snow, ice or mud. It's worth the bump in price the first time you get into messy conditions and every time thereafter.


    The MKX offers the new MyLincoln Touch option. This system is an improvement on and companion to Lincoln's existing Sync voice-activated communications technology. It uses twin five-way thumb switches mounted on the steering wheel spokes, plus two 4.5-inch LED display screens flanking the speedometer in the instrument cluster, and an 8-inch LED display screen at the top center of the instrument panel with a four-zone color-coding system. The MKX has a unique panel of flat touch buttons and lighted slider switches below the sound system to control volume and temperature functions.


    The thumb switches, and the touch screen control climate, sound system, telephone, navigation and an enormous variety of information functions including turn-by-turn directions, sports scores, local fuel prices, movie listings, dining, and even horoscopes. The system uses a new list of up to 10,000 voice commands where the previous version only understood about 300, and takes one layer of commands away, making it far easier to use. To start a search for a restaurant, for instance, all you have to do is tell the car you're hungry.


    The 2011 Lincoln MKX is available with FWD ($39,145) or AWD ($40,995).


    The Premium package ($2500) consists of polished 18-inch alloy wheels, adaptive HID headlamps, interior ambient lighting, striped and contrast-piped leather seats, heated second-row seats, a rear-view camera, rain-sensing wipers, heated steering wheel, illuminated scuff plates, and a power tilt/telescope steering column with memory.


    The Elite package ($7500) adds voice-activated navigation with CD and MP3 player, blind spot information system with cross-traffic alert, Sirius Travel Link, a panorama roof, 20-inch chrome wheels and tires, and the THX II 14-speaker sound system with HD radio.


    The Limited Edition package ($1295) offers 20-inch polished wheels and tires, aluminum interior appliques, bronze metallic leather seats with black and charcoal trim, logo floor mats, and special headlamps etched with the Lincoln star. Freestanding options include adaptive cruise control ($1295), trailer towing ($395), panorama roof ($1895), roof rails ($195), and heavy-duty floor mats ($75). (All New Car Test Drive prices are Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Prices, which do not include destination charge and may change at any time without notice.)


    Safety equipment on all models includes front, side and roof curtain air bags, ABS disc brakes, AdvanceTrac traction and yaw control with RSC rollover stability control, the SOS post-crash alert system, and tire pressure monitoring. Optional all-wheel drive enhances handling stability in slippery conditions.


    For 2011, Lincoln MKX has been given a substantial cosmetic and content makeover, with about 60 percent of its parts and components replaced. That means a new grille, hood, fenders, lamps, bumper and air intakes up front, with new handles all around, new taillamps, liftgate, wheels, and exhaust system outlets at the rear. There are four new colors in the 2011 palette. The substitution of the trademark Lincoln split-wing grille for the former eggcrate mesh grille brings the Lincoln MKX into line with all of the other Lincolns in terms of front-end signature except the aging Navigator SUV.


    The Lincoln MKX gets a new interior for 2011. There is nothing much left of the previous version's interior decor. The instrument panel, seat trims, door panels and door pockets have all been redesigned for 2011 for more comfort and greater utility.


    The Lincoln MKX is a crossover utility. Utility is seen in features such as the front passenger seat, which folds flat, and each half of the second seat folds flat independently to accommodate cargoes of various sizes and lengths. The rear seat reclines for passenger comfort. With this layout, the driver can haul objects up to eight feet long on the right side of the cabin, even while carrying belted passengers on the left. The seats themselves appear much richer, more comfortable, and more luxurious than any previous Lincoln CUV seats.


    The instrument panel, center stack, switches and controls have all been redesigned for the 2011 models, to accommodate a new electronic function and control system called MyLincoln Touch.


    MyLincoln Touch is an advance on Lincoln's existing Sync voice-activated communications technology that uses two five-way thumb switches mounted on the steering wheel spokes, two 4.5-inch LED display screens on either side of the big speedometer in the instrument cluster, an 8-inch LED display screen at the top center of the instrument panel with a four-zone color-coding system, and a panel of flat touch buttons below it. With MyLincoln Touch, the thumb switches and the screen combine to control climate, sound system, telephone, navigation and an enormous variety of information functions including turn-by-turn directions, sports scores, fuel prices, movie listings, dining, and even horoscopes, using a new list of up to 10,000 voice commands.


    The Lincoln MKX we drove offered an amazing variety of in-car entertainment options from DVD movies (viewable only in Park) to DVD and CD music, USB music, and iPod music. The HD radio and the THX II certified sound system were nothing short of spectacular in their sound power and distortion-free reproduction.


    Cargo capacity of the Lincoln MKX remains the same, 32.2 cubic feet behind the second seat, 68.6 cubic feet with the second seat folded flat.


    Driving Impression
    The 2011 Lincoln MKX comes with a 3.7-liter V6. Based on the same architecture as the smaller 3.5-liter V6, the 3.7-liter V6 is rated at 305 horsepower and 285 foot-pounds of torque (an increase of 40 horsepower over the previous-generation). It uses twin independent variable camshaft timing on both intake and exhaust valves to provide low emissions and big torque at low rpm, and good highway fuel economy when the engine is cruising.


    The 6-speed automatic transmission comes with a SelectShift manual-control shifter. Electronically controlled part-time all-wheel-drive, which adds torque to the rear tires as needed, is optional on all models.


    We drove the all-wheel-drive version of the 2011 Lincoln MKX, a well-equipped, heavily optioned version. The additional horsepower and torque of the revised 3.7-liter V6 engine, and the speed of the 6-speed transmission's shifting show up from the first minute. The engine accelerates the Lincoln MKX very quickly, and the engine sounds strong for a V6.


    While highway cruising, the cabin is very, very quiet, and speech intelligibility around the cabin is excellent. Lincoln engineers have used acoustic windshield glass, thick side glass, shapelier mirror housings, and lots of other measures to keep the MKX as quiet as possible, and it certainly shows when carrying on a conversation with rear-seat passengers at 80 mph on an Interstate highway.


    The steering is sharper and more communicative than before, and the combination of front struts and rear trailing arms in the suspension system impart a nice, smooth ride with good cornering behavior. Everything in the braking system has been replaced with heavier-duty and better quality components, and the pedal feel and pedal attack are greatly improved. Now deceleration starts much earlier in the pedal's travel, and the braking force is stronger and more linear. All models come with ABS, brake assist, electronic brake force distribution, traction control, yaw control, rollover mitigation software, and tire-pressure monitoring on top of the all-wheel-drive system.


    Lincoln's standard front-drive and all-wheel-drive system has new control software for 2011, and now incorporates a Hill-Hold feature that allows the driver to push the foot brake down once and release it to keep from rolling backwards on a hill. Electronic trailer sway control is tied into the traction and yaw control systems, and the MKX is rated for towing up to 3500 pounds when the trailer tow package is ordered.


    The Lincoln MKX is a very pleasant truck, easy to drive, convenient to use, possessed of an excellent and comprehensive safety package, and nice to look at, especially inside. Lincoln has done a very good job up updating what was already a very good, modern and tech-laden crossover SUV. The quality of interior materials and workmanship took a step up. The four-zone color-coded MyLincoln Touch system is not only fun to use and fun to play with, it's safer to use. The Lincoln MKX accelerates quicker with those 40 additional horsepower. It now brakes more authoritatively and more progressively. It rides much quieter on the highway than the previous version. Its wide array of onboard electronics and entertainment systems are clearly among the best in the industry in terms of capability and ease of use.


    Jim McCraw filed this New Car Test Drive report from Washington, D.C.


    Model Lineup
    Lincoln MKX ($39,145); MKX AWD ($40,995).


    Assembled In
    Oakville, Ontario, Canada.


    Options As Tested
    Elite package 102A ($7,500) includes Navigation system premium leather seats w/Tuxedo Stripe and piping, adaptive headlamps, ambient interior lighting, heated 2nd row outboard seats, illuminated scuff plates, rear view camera, rain sensing wipers, heated steering wheel, power tilt/telescoping steering column w/memory and BLIS w/Cross Traffic Alert, Panoramic Vista Roof, THX II Certified Sound System, 20-inch chrome-clad aluminum wheels.


    Model Tested
    Lincoln MKX AWD ($40,995).The LINCOLN MKX is the brand's entry into the tough, ever-growing five-passenger luxury crossover segment. The LINCOLN MKX is powered by a 305-hp 3.7-liter V6 that puts power to the ground via a six-speed SelectShift automatic transmission and front- or all-wheel drive. Standard safety features include four-wheel anti-lock brakes, six airbags, electronic stability control with roll control, rear parking sensors, SYNC, and tire pressure monitoring. Rain sensing wipers, blind spot alert, a rear camera and adaptive HID headlights are also available. All the usual luxury features are standard, such as dual-zone auto climate control, leather trim, heated and cooled front seats, remote start and a power liftgate. For those that want even more, optional equipment includes a large glass-paneled sunroof called VistaRoof, heated rear seats, navigation system, rear entertainment system, 20-inch wheels, and a THX certified audio system. For 2011, the LINCOLN MKX showcases the first implementation of a new MyLincoln Touch driver connect system, a technology that manages all the information the driver needs with minimal distraction from the road. For 2011, the LINCOLN MKX has been completely refreshed with new styling inside and out, as well as many new technology features.

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    2023 S 625 W
    Woods Cross, Ut. 84010

    Local:   801-292-8950
    Contact: Sales Manager

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