Lincoln officially unveiled its new small premium SUV called the MKC in mid-November. At the time the SUV was unveiled, Lincoln offered up almost all of the details about the new vehicle. One of the key bits of information that was missing about the SUV was exactly how much it would cost.
Lincoln has now announced the official pricing for the MKC and the SUV will start at $33995. That price includes the destination fee and delivery. The SUV will be offered in three trim levels when it hits dealerships next year. The trim levels include Premiere, Select, and Reserve. All models will get an interesting push button automatic transmission standard.
The Reserve Package starts at $40930. The 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine is a $1140 option and all-wheel drive and continuously controlled damping (CCD) suspension is available for $2495. The mid-range Select package starts at $37225. There are a number of options available for each package with some being available on specific trim levels.
A Technology package is offered for the Reserve trim only and adds $2235 with a number of safety features including active park assist, lane keeping tech, a front sensing system, and adaptive cruise control. A Climate Package adds heated rear seats, heated steering wheel, auto high beam headlamps and rain sensing wipers for $580 on Select and Reserve models. All trim levels can get the $1140 2.3L EcoBoost option with a 2.0L EcoBoost being the standard engine on all trims.