Lincoln MKX Near Cleveland

Three Luxury Crossovers Put it All on the Line--Take a Look at How the Lincoln MKX, Lexus RX, and Cadillac SRX Stack Up

At Nick Mayer Lincoln we know that it can be difficult to determine which exact make and model is the proper fit for both you and your family's automotive needs. And if you happen to be shopping the crossover SUV segment of vehicles, you've likely noticed that there are no shortage of options available to you.

However, if you're looking for a crossover that is as stylish and luxurious as its practical, you will be hard-pressed to find one more up to the task of serving as your daily driver than the 2016 Lincoln MKX, available here at Nick Mayer Lincoln, near North Ridgeville, Cleveland, and Lakewood, OH.

Interested in seeing how this Lincoln crossover stacks up against even the fiercest of luxury competitors? Take a look at our side-by-side comparison below and see for yourself how the chips tend to fall in favor of the Lincoln MKX.

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Lincoln MKX vs. Lexus RX

  • The Lincoln MKX is placed at a lower starting MRSP than the Lexus RX, meaning interested Westlake, OH shoppers will be able to get a higher trim level that's both more luxurious and fully loaded.
  • The power of the Lexus pales in comparison to that of the Lincoln MKX, which offers 335 horsepower standard.
  • Even when comparing comparably equipped models, the Lincoln MKX proves to be the more luxury-oriented choice: heated front seats come standard, as do voice activated controls, whereas you will have to pay up for the same comfort and convenience from the RX.
  • As far as total cargo volume goes, there's no contest: the Lincoln MKX offers 37.2 cubic feet whereas its Lexus counterpart only provides its drivers with 18.4 cubic feet.

Lincoln MKX vs. Cadillac SRX

  • The Lincoln MKX and Cadillac SRX are neck-in-neck when it comes to fuel economy in city driving; as far as highway cruising, however, Lincoln has the upper hand, making it the more efficient choice.
  • The base engine on the Lincoln MKX packs more of a punch than the Cadillac--both in terms of horsepower and torque.
  • Backup cameras are a must-have for many Elyria drivers; unfortunately, while this safety feature comes standard on the Lincoln MKX, the same cannot be said for the Cadillac SRX.
  • The Lincoln MKX has a total interior volume of 108.3 cubic feet--about eight cubic feet more than its Cadillac rival. That translates to more front head room, rear head room, front and rear hip room, front and rear shoulder room, as well as increased front and rear leg room.