You always want to get the best deal possible, but the price you pay for a new car is only the beginning. Fuel, financing and insurance are a few of the costs that add up every month, and the actual cost of the vehicle itself — the amount you pay minus the amount you recover when you sell it — is typically less than half of the total cost of owning a vehicle over five years. You can save a lot more money by simply choosing the right car than by working a great deal on the wrong car.
Lincoln are awarded with the below 5-Year Cost to Own Awards:
2013 Lincoln MKX – Luxury Mid-Size SUV/Crossover 5-Year Cost to Own: $52,346 as of December 2012.
The feature-rich 2013 Lincoln MKX matches a finely finished 5-passenger cabin and 305-horsepower V6 engine with standard premium amenities like MyLincoln Touch Infotainment and heated/cooled front seats.
2013 Lincoln MKT – Luxury Full-Size SUV/Crossover 5-Year Cost to Own: $60,250 as of December 2012.
Boasting revamped styling and offering options that include a potent 365-horsepower EcoBoost V6 engine, the 2013 MKT has taken on a far more dynamic character that smartly complements its elegant, 7-passenger practicality.