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Lincoln Forum: 2017 Lexus NX 200T vs. Lincoln MKC Black Label – Which Is Your Crossover?
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    2017 Lexus NX 200T vs. Lincoln MKC Black Label – Which Is Your Crossover?

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    We compare the 2017 Lexus NX200t and Lincoln Black Label MKC in their top trims. Reported from TorqueNews.com

    The premium compact crossover market is hot. Like all compact crossovers, the premium versions are selling very well and replacing sedan sales at almost every automaker. Our comparison today will not choose a winner. Both of these vehicles have a lot to offer any buyer. We hope to offer some insights into the two so that a buyer looking for the top-spec version of a premium crossover might have a starting point in their search.

    Size and Layout
    Both the Lincoln MKC Black Label AWD and the Lexus 200t Premium (our description for the top trim) are roughly the size of the Toyota RAV4 and Ford Escape. The Lexus has the edge in size with a three-inch length advantage and one-inch width advantage. Both have plenty of room for five and in back adults can sit behind the front passengers comfortably, but just barely. These crossovers don’t compete with larger vehicles the size of a Nissan Murano on space, but both have larger crossovers in their showrooms.

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    MKC Mac is offline Junior Member My Lincoln(s): 2017 MKC Black Label
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    We looked at the Lexus NX when it first came out. Weren't really impressed with the interior cabin design. It wasn't very fluid, just a lot of angles. The same goes for the exterior as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MKC Mac View Post
    We looked at the Lexus NX when it first came out. Weren't really impressed with the interior cabin design. It wasn't very fluid, just a lot of angles. The same goes for the exterior as well.
    Recently, the wife and I had the exact same comparison. She actually was quite turned off by the ubiquitous to the Lexus line, overdone, spindle grill.

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