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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, MyLincoln Touch driver connect system 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 2012, the LINCOLN MKX carries over from 2011.