Lincoln claims that each vehicle in the model range has been fitted with All Wheel Drive (AWD) systems. Lincoln claimed that its customers appear to be pleased about this feature. In a press release," C.J. O'Donnell, Group Marketing Manager for Lincoln, said that Lincoln customers can put in an advanced all-wheel drive system on any of these cars and crossovers.
So far this year, models with AWD were chosen by 72% of Lincoln’s MKT crossover customers and 62% of Lincoln’s MKX. About 46% of MKS’s sedan clients, as well as 25% of MKZ’s sedan purchasers opted for the all-wheel drive.
All Wheel Drive systems are available as standard on the MKS EcoBoost TM and MKT EcoBoost model. With this system, it is proven that the company can get through the worst conditions for driving. It also demonstrates how reliable it can be through the toughest conditions and driving situations. In fact, it gives the optimal performance and safety levels.
The AWD used on models like the MKS, MKT, and MKZ is totally automatic, as it makes use of an advanced number of hardware and controls so that it can offer the maximum torque required between front and rear wheels.
As a result, there is optimum traction to all wheels. The AWD that is fitted on the new MKX 2 crossover is a new generation system designed to improve its handling into corners as well as its traction.
O’Donnell said that more customers are asking for all-wheel drive as they learn more about the benefits. He explained that over half of crossover owners are reassured enough about the all-wheel drive that they don’t intend to give it up ever. He said that all-wheel drive is being considered as a core technology option for the entire Lincoln lineup today and in the future as well.