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Lincoln Forum: 2015 MKC FWD or MKC AWD
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  1. #1
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    2015 MKC FWD or MKC AWD

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    Plan to own a Lincoln for a long time. I got two quotas from dealers last week. One is for FWD $32515, the other is AWD $34159. I saw some shared prices by others in autopriceshare are lower than mine. However, I think both are fair prices in my small city(Only one dealer). I compared the options difference between these two models and read some reviews about 2015 MKC. However, I believe that the opinions from current MKC owners are more valuable, Could any friends here give me some suggestions, FWD or AWD? (I am living in WA)

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    Quote Originally Posted by noearly View Post
    Plan to own a Lincoln for a long time. I got two quotas from dealers last week. One is for FWD $32515, the other is AWD $34159. I saw some shared prices by others in autopriceshare are lower than mine. However, I think both are fair prices in my small city(Only one dealer). I compared the options difference between these two models and read some reviews about 2015 MKC. However, I believe that the opinions from current MKC owners are more valuable, Could any friends here give me some suggestions, FWD or AWD? (I am living in WA)
    I went with FWD, primarily not to take the AWD MPG hit. We rarely get snow or slick roads in GA, AWD just did not seem to make sense for me.

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    Unless you get a lot of snow or are buying a performance vehicle, AWD is always a waste of money.
    1989 Chrysler LeBaron 64,000 miles
    2013 Ford Taurus 43,000 miles

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    Speed limits are speed limits, so it is not like we are spinning around the track all day. And really in a Lincoln. Mine is an AWD because we get LOTS f snow in Newfoundland. If you don't get much snow the FWD should be fine, and a little more economical too. Beautifully designed vehicle, mine is a pleasure to drive.

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