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2009 Lincoln MKX: The Epicure's Choice



  Napa Valley, California. We have arrived here in the vineyards of Tamber Bey Vineyards off Highway 29 to taste their estate bottled wines in the proper style of true Epicureans. An Epicurean  traveler was never meant to be one that walks around outside when you can ride in a carriage. We consider that he or she drives or is driven in a 2009 MKX by Lincoln makes the statement that is living in the appropriate lifestyle.

Lying back in the leather seats as either a passenger or driver does justice to a true Epicurean. It is not just the automatic individual seat adjustment that insures your back comfort and guaranteed countryside viewing from an elevated height that you enjoy, but the temperature control of each individual seat itself.   While an Epicurean we know is one with refine tastes. Transportation is necessary whether it is by plane, train, cruise or automobile. He or she is not planning on a lot of walking to the destination.   Thus one of the best ways to get there is by luxury car. But not just any car will do. As in wines we checked both foreign and domestic.   Hands down the foreign vehicle was the Range Rover Sport HSE with its premium leather seats and high above the ocean floor seating. Its ability to master rugged out door terrain set it apart from all other makes and models of SUV's.   However, for creature comfort the 2009 Lincoln MKX AWD is the Epicurean domestic choice. The main criteria being the ability to fit four cases of wine in the back without fear of spillage or sprained back.   Epicureans are known for avoiding back breaking work at all cost.   As they are equally known for laying back and enjoying life-it helps that their car can let them see in back of them without turning their head. It would It would be a pity to actually have to turn around and see what is behind when you back up. No need in the 2009 Lincoln MKX. The Hi Def digital screen in front of you will show the picture.   And furthermore if you should get too close to the curb, some fence, tree, post or foreign object there is a beeper sound that goes on automatically.   The remote keyless entry system with keypad allows you to enter without looking for your keys. Freeing your hands for more important duties or just doing nothing! The real winner for the 2009 Lincoln MKX is not just the voice activated navigation system, but the ultimate package.   The cargo space (that room for four cases of wine or more without losing any seats) management system has a power lift gate that opens and closes. This means you do not have to lift a finger to get your wine placed in the back of your car. Ah the life of the Rich and Famous!   Of courses, what is food and wine without beautiful music. Here again the 2009 Lincoln MKX lets you choose your listening pleasure from FM/AM stereo with CD/3M3 and/or Sirius Satellite Radio.   The $50,000 price tag on a fully loaded 2009 Lincoln MKX AWD is a bargain for those who only want the very best.   This is a five passenger powerful luxury car with a 3.6 Liter engine with O/D transmission, that still gets 22 miles per gallon on the highway.   Plus equally as important is the fact that it is one of the safest cars you will ever travel inside. The government safety rating is the top five stars for the driver and side front seat and crash rear seat. Because a true Epicurean enjoys his life and wishes to prolong it; the 2009 Lincoln MKX AWD is an easy choice for ground transportation.
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  1. The "$50,000 price tag on a fully loaded 2009 Lincoln MKX AWD is a bargain." You must of been drinking too much wine.
     
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