Brown Motors on the 2015 Lincoln MKC


“The MKC is not an Escape all dressed up,” states Steve Brown of Brown Motors, “It’s uniquely crafted from the ground up with an assortment of first-in-class features.  The 2015 Lincoln MKC looks like it will be Lincoln’s best ammunition yet to turn around it’s brand perception!”

Read Car and Driver’s preview of the MKC to see how it escapes it’s Ford roots! There are so many features you’ll love on this new Lincoln!

The MKC welcomes you

This new Lincoln will actually greet you & roll out the welcome mat when you approach! Then it will wrap you in an open, inviting interior space. Plush leathers with French stitching, and available Bridge of Weir leather and real wood trim emphasize MKC’s elegance.

“We gave attention to every detail to convey a stylish, fashion-oriented vehicle,” said Soo Kang, Lincoln interior design chief. “Our use of colors, materials, stitching – every detail was considered to create an overall luxurious experience.”

Want great sound? The enhanced THX® II Certified Audio System, an industry-first featuring THX-distributed bass technology and 14 right-, center- and left-slot speaker assemblies, is available. The state-of-the-art audio system delivers a rich, immersive surround sound experience that reproduces music as it was mixed in the studio.

Want hands free? Want real knobs? SYNC® with MyLincoln Touch™ enables you to personalize MKC by using voice-activated commands or simple touch controls on the class-exclusive 8-inch touch screen. Knobs and buttons on the center console provide additional and easy access to control the air conditioning and sound system.

You’ll love this! MKC will have always-on built-in connectivity; you will be able to use a smartphone app to control the vehicle. With the MyLincoln Mobile™ app, you can start, lock, unlock and locate the vehicle, as well as schedule a remote start event for a set time in the future.

Technology provides protection

MKC offers advanced technology such as collision warning with brake support, a Lane-Keeping System and driver assist to help you avoid common accidents.

You’ll have no problem parking your MKC either; it offers active park assist plus park-out assist technology to help you get in & out of tight parking situations. It also offers you a Blind Spot Information System, which continuously monitors the vehicle’s blind spots with radar sensors, and class-exclusive cross-traffic alert, which detects traffic as the vehicle backs from a parking space.

Your confidence and safety is furthered by the inclusion of seven standard airbags, including a class-exclusive driver’s knee airbag.


When equipped with the all-new 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine, MKC offers a projected 275 horsepower at 5,500 rpm and 300 lb.-ft. of torque at 3,000 rpm, according to preliminary test data. Active Grille Shutters will help improve MKC fuel efficiency at highway speeds.

MKC comes standard with a 2.0-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder turbocharged engine, projected to produce 240 horsepower at 5,500 rpm and 270 lb.-ft. of torque at 3,000 rpm, according to preliminary test data. This makes Lincoln MKC an all-EcoBoost vehicle.

MKC comes standard with front-wheel drive and 18-inch wheels. You can upgrade to Lincoln’s Intelligent All-Wheel Drive and 19-inch wheels for enhanced cornering and handling and an even sportier look. The Intelligent All-Wheel Drive system also includes Continuously Controlled Damping. You can use Lincoln Drive Control to select from sport, comfort and normal drive modes to enhance your driving mood. CCD constantly monitors the road; the suspension reacts on average within 20 milliseconds, providing a smooth ride with enhanced handling. CCD also is available in the standard front-wheel drive configuration of MKC.

A Lincoln MKC in your future

So you are interested in owning a new Lincoln MKC! Brown Motors in Petoskey is your source for information on this marvelous new crossover. Remember we love to talk about cars & are here for you!


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