Lincoln’s compact crossover MKC has been around since 2015 model year and for the 2020 version, Lincoln refreshed its smallest utility vehicle. The new MKC is here again in the base and Reserve versions and the 2020 Lincoln MKC Black Label is at the top of the range.The Black Label model has unique exterior and brings the most of the luxury and technology inside the cabin. The top-luxury version offers three interior themes including Modern Heritage, Indulgence and Center Stage. The mechanics remain familiar on the refreshed model.
2020 LINCOLN MKC BLACK LABEL: STYLING
The luxury crossover 2020 Lincoln MKC Black Label benefits from the styling updates we already saw on brand’s latest models. The center point of the new styling of is the new grille which replaces the split wing design with the new form which made the debut on the Continental sedan.The Black Label has chrome, mesh grille and chrome moldings on the profile and rear sections. The multi-spoke 19-inch wheels also improve the look of this version.
Inside the cabin, the refreshed MKS isn’t radically different from the previous version. Actually, Lincoln improved the level of the equipment and quality of materials in the top version. The refreshed MKC comes with the Sync 3 infotainment system with an 8-inch center screen and smartphone support.The top-tier Black Label version also continues with three familiar interior themes. Available is new Rialto Green leather combined with black ash wood interior pieces.
2020 LINCOLN MKC BLACK LABEL: POWERTRAIN
The 2020 Lincoln MKC Black Label and other versions return with the familiar engine options. The Black Label model also has the adaptive suspension dampers.The things would be even better for the refreshed MKC with the new 10-speed automatic transmission which Lincoln offers in the new Nautilus. The refreshed entry-level Lincoln’s crossover continues with the six-speed automatic gearbox.
2020 LINCOLN MKC BLACK LABEL: PRICE
The 2020 Lincoln MKC Black Label will be available this summer. The base MKC will start from $34k. The Black label will again rise above mid-$40k.