There is one trim style of the Lincoln MKX SUV Crossover, and it offers quite a few features, such as the power liftgate, keyless entry and start up, rear sensors for parking and a Bluetooth and iPod connection. You should expect to see leather seating, driver memory capabilities, and also a MyKey system. This system is intended to limit the radio volume and the speed of a vehicle in the event that your teenager is driving the vehicle. There are three additional options packages that allow purchasers to incorporate more features into their SUV crossover. The Premium optional package includes moisture sensing wipers, a rearview camera for safety and a powered adjustable steering wheel with built-in heating system. The Elite options wield panoramic sunroofs, warning system for blind spots and surround-sound 14 speaker audio system. There is also a Limited Edition version of the Lincoln MKX SUV Crossover which features leather upholstery in a bronze color with black accents. This optional package also has monogrammed floor mats and metallic trim, so you are truly getting the star treatment from your crossover.
Because safety should always be on your mind, the Lincoln MKX SUV Crossover features traction and stability control, antilock brakes and side and front airbags for unexpected impacts. In crash tests it also received four of five stars for overall vehicle safety, three for frontal impact, five for side impact and four for rollover protection. Rollover protection is important in SUVs and crossovers as many of them do not have this much protection and there have been incidents of injury before for that reason in some models. Overall the Lincoln MKX SUV Crossover is more than capable of offering passengers comfort and safety all in one package.