The 2019 Lincoln Lineup Features Revised Looks and Enhanced Safety Features

Lincoln Motor Company is making some exciting changes to its lineup for the 2019 model year. The biggest difference is the introduction of the 2019 Lincoln Nautilus, which will replace the discontinued Lincoln MKX. The most obvious difference in the Nautilus is its new front-end bumper and grille, which is more square and flat like the Lincoln Continental. The more dramatic changes are inside the new Nautilus, which is coming soon to Bob Maxey Lincoln. Drivers in Detroit and Saint Clare Shores, MI who want a relaxing ride will appreciate the available Ultra Comfort seats, which offer 22 various adjustments as well as lumbar massage. You'll now also have your choice of 13- or 19-speaker Revel audio systems. A hidden inductive-charging pad means never having to fuss with USB cables to charge your phone, and its Sync 3 infotainment system will have support for both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The 2019 Lincoln Nautilus will offer two direct-injected and turbocharged engines: a 2.0-liter four-cylinder good for 245 horsepower and a 2.7-liter V-6 offering 335 horsepower. Lincoln’s active-safety technology will feature both radar and cameras to help the driver center the vehicle in its lane.

Other changes for Lincoln's 2019 model year vehicles are more cosmetic. The 2019 Lincoln MKC has a new front-end design, which is more even and rectangular like the Lincoln Navigator. Reshaped LED headlights flank the new grille, and a new Rialto Green interior color option is available on the new MKC’s Reserve trim level. People in the Roseville and Warren, MI area who are safety conscious will like the addition of pedestrian detection to the MKC's forward-collision-warning system. The 2019 Lincoln MKZ will also get some minor changes, including standard auto emergency braking and rain-sensing windshield wipers. A twin-turbocharged V6 engine delivering up to 400 horsepower will now only be available in the range-topping Reserve II trim. All versions of the new MKZ will come standard with Lincoln Co-Pilot360, which is a suite of features that includes lane departure warning with lane keeping assist, a blind spot monitor, a rear camera and auto high beams. The 2019 Lincoln cars and SUVs will feature revised looks and added safety features, and drivers in the Detroit and Grosse Point, MI areas can find a full line of Lincoln's available at Bob Maxey Lincoln. Visit us and test drive one today.

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