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$37,076
BASE MSRP
$39,415
On Green
The 2011 Lincoln MKX has fuel economy ratings that don't look very green on their own, but it's actually a step more frugal than other vehicles in this class.
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Expert Quotes:

19 mpg city, 26 highway with front-wheel drive, 17/23 with all-wheel drive
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Ford claims great fuel economy, and gets an EPA-rated 19/26 mpg (with front-wheel drive) with a handful of tricks and ploys. Variable valve timing is one; programming the V-6's fuel delivery to shut down under deceleration is another. Against the other big names shopped against the MKX, Ford says the Lincoln crossover has a 1-mpg to 5-mpg advantage against the likes of the Lexus RX 350 and the Cadillac SRX.

Conclusion

The 2011 Lincoln MKX has fuel economy ratings that don't look very green on their own, but it's actually a step more frugal than other vehicles in this class.

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