• New configurators are up for 2011 Ford Edge and 2011 Lincoln MKX

Depending on how you enjoy your idle time, the 2011 Ford Edge and 2011 Lincoln MKX’s new configurators will either be another time-wasting exercise for you or something that could invariably lead to your next car purchase. Either way, both Ford and Lincoln wouldn’t mind the two scenarios the least bit, although we’d venture a guess that they’d prefer you choose the latter.

In any case, the Edge, which begins with a base price of $27,220 for the SE model – that’s for the 3.5-liter V6 engine – can be tricked-out to a 3.7-liter V6 engine with a 305-horsepower in the form of the premium Edge Sport all-wheel drive. That model will cost you an additional $10,000 plus at $38,070. Add some more goodies on it and it all tops out at somewhere in the neighborhood of $45,000.

Meanwhile, the Lincoln MKX begins with a base price of $39,145 with an all-wheel drive version that’s slightly higher in price tag at $40,995. Both variants will come with the same 3.7-liter V6 six-speed SelectShift transmission and SYNC as standard features. As far as packages for the MKX are concerned, there’s not much to work with because of the thin choices that go on the SUV.


Source: Ford

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  (366) posted on 03.13.2011

Upon reading the comparison of these two models; I have to agree with other commenters that its really comically oversized, who can actually figured that the gear is much taller as you might seem? Forget it, I am a big fan of Ford; therefore, my votes goes to – MKX.

  (613) posted on 02.16.2011

Hmmm, The edge costs $27,220 and MLX at $39,145. Not pretty bad, just go out and drive!

  (619) posted on 10.15.2010

Eco boost isn’t an option on the configuration yet. Who know, maybe it won’t be a "base model" option either

  (346) posted on 10.12.2010

No AWD on the base model?I want an Eco boost Edge with AWD. I don’t need or want a V6.I hate it when manufacturers do that.

  (797) posted on 09.9.2010

The grill reminds me of Geely’s recent grills - the whole part about it being designed after a warrior’s mask. It looks like a knight’s mask.

  (515) posted on 09.7.2010

I really hate the looks of the lincoln MKX because of the front chrome grille.

  (797) posted on 09.7.2010

It’s nice to have this online apps, lol you can build it the way you wanted too.

  (778) posted on 09.7.2010

I really love playing the online configuration. i hope thing apps will satisfy my interest in cars, specially in SUV.

  (937) posted on 09.5.2010

Ford has really gotten my interest, a build your own section for suv buyers.

  (708) posted on 08.31.2010

It’s a bit pricey don’t you think?

  (309) posted on 08.27.2010

Isn’t it all the same, the way they do it on other cars.

  (647) posted on 07.20.2010

The grill reminds me of Geely’s recent grills - the whole part about it being designed after a warrior’s mask. It looks like a knight’s mask

  (807) posted on 07.16.2010

Well, it seems configurators of every car company are now competing. Hmm, I guess this will be very interesting aside from being time-wasting

  (1332) posted on 07.15.2010

same reason LR’s doing that on their hatch/cuv, same reason mini’s doing it on their hatch/cuv, etc etc etc

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