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2013 Lincoln MKX Safety Ratings

Which 2013 Lincoln MKX is the safest and the most reliable?

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2013 Lincoln MKX Trims

Base 4dr Front-wheel Drive

Airbags frontal - no data

This is a type of car safety device. The purpose of an airbag is to protect the occupants of a vehicle in the case of a crash. In case of the accident, when the system detects collision, some gas fills the airbag, rapidly inflating it to cushion the blow for the car's occupants. This device prevents persons, who are sitting in front, from different head and chest injures.

Airbags side impact - no data

This protection system immediately activates during a side impact crash and deploy atop the door rails above the side windows. Curtain airbags reduce the risk of head injury in a crash, without them there is little to protect your head from hitting the side of the car or being impacted by objects that you have collided with.

Airbags side curtain - no data

Curtain airbags are side airbags that protect the head.They work by cushioning between the driver or the passenger and the window. They stay in place to protect the head when the car rolls over.

Occupancy sensor - no data

The occupancy sensor detects whether a passenger is in the seat and also determines by height and weight whether a child or an adult is sitting in the seat. The system decides whether or not to allow the airbag to deploy in the event of an accident.

Traction control - no data

Traction control (Also known as ASR) - is a system that is designed to prevent the driving wheels from slippage, regardless of the degree of acceleration pedal pressure and the road surface.

Height adjustable seatbelts - no data

This device consists of several height-adjustable loop attachment points for selecting the desired seatbelt position. They allow the seat belts to be optimally adjusted to suit the height of the passenger and their seating habits.

Seatbelt pre tensioners - no data

The seatbelt pretensioner ensures that the person's body is securely fastened in the seat and in the event of an accident prevents the driver or passenger moving forwards in relation to the movement of the vehicle. This effect is achieved by winding and tightening the seat belt tighter.

Headlights - no data

This is a source of directional light mounted at the front of a vehicle, designed to illuminate the surrounding area, the road. The number of lights can range from one up to several dozen.

Exterior light control - no data

Exterior lights are the totality of all the vehicle's exterior lights. The exterior lights may consist of headlights (low and high beam), parking lights, daytime running lights, fog lights, signal lights, side clearance lights, cab lights, tail lights, stop lights, center-mounted brake lights, reversing lights and flasher lights.

Delay off headlamps - no data

Delayed headlight control for the car allows you to light the way on roads and driveways where there are no lights. A distinctive feature of this function is that this light can be turned on when the ignition is off. It will run for 240 seconds.

Daytime running lights - no data

This is the exterior lights designed to improve the visibility of a moving vehicle from the front during daylight hours.

Door curb lights - no data

This is the illumination coming from the lamp mounted at the bottom of the Lincoln MKX door when it is opened.

Illuminated entry - no data

If your car is equipped with an Illuminated Entry system, it will turn on the lights to provide better visibility when getting into the vehicle. When you use the remote to unlock the doors, the interior lights comes on, including the puddle lights.

Remote keyless entry - no data

This electronic system allows you to recognize the owner of the Lincoln MKX with a special chip, which is usually located in the key fob. The owner of the vehicle can access the interior, the trunk and start the engine without any key.

Keyless access system - no data

This is an electronic lock that controls access to a vehicle without using a traditional mechanical key.

Panic alarm - no data

This is the audible alarm emitted by the car alarm system when an unauthorized intruder tries to enters a locked vehicle. The driver can also activate the car alarm by himself with the key (in case you cannot find your car in the parking lot ).

Door locks - no data

Car door lock is designed to close the doors and prevent unauthorized access to the car.

Rear child safety door locks - std

It is the same for all trims.

This device, often built into the rear door of the car, prevents rear seat passengers from opening the doors both while driving and while the car is parked. The lock is activated by a switch on the edge of the door, which can only be accessed when the doors are open.

Content theft deterrent alarm system - no data

This is an electronic device that alerts the car owner about attempts of illegal intrusion into the car, its movement and mechanical effects.

Ignition disable - no data

This is an electronic anti-theft system that allows you to use a special key to remotely disable the Lincoln MKX ignition and prevent hot wiring the car. It also helps the user to remotely cut of the engine in case of hijack attemp.

Theft deterrent radio - no data

Car's radio has protection against theft in the form of a special code that has to be put in to get the radio to work if it ever loses power. This code will also need to be entered in the radio whenever the battery is disconnected or replaced.

Low tire pressure warning - no data

The purpose of the TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) is to alert you when tire pressure is too low . If the light is illuminated, your tires may be mechanically damaged or be in poor condition.

Parking assist - no data

It is a system that is activated by pressing a button called "autopilot". Once started, the assistant automatically searches for a free space on the side of the roadway indicated by the turn signal. In some models of cars, the computer can automatically park or pull the vehicle out of the parking lot onto the roadway without the driver's involvement.

First aid kit - no data

This is a set of materials and tools used for giving emergency treatment to a sick or injured person.

Airbags knee protection - no data

Knee airbags, which deploy from a car's lower dashboard, are meant to distribute impact forces on an occupant's legs in the case of an accident, thereby reducing leg injuries. Designed to control movement of the lower body, these airbags may also reduce impact forces on the abdomen and chest.

Led taillights - no data

Tail lights are used to alert other drivers about the presence of a vehicle on the road and the change in its traffic pattern. LED tail lights give off much brighter light compared to traditional OEM factory lights. This type of illumination provides two to three times more brightness than standard lights.

Lane departure warning - no data

It is a mechanism that designed to alert the driver when a car begins to move out of its lane on highways and freeways.

Blind spot sensor - no data

This is a vehicle-based sensor device that detects other vehicles located to the driver's side and rear.

In vehicle assistance service - no data

When you're stranded on the side of the road, a roadside assistance program will connect you with the right professional — whether you need minor repairs, gasoline or something else. Towing service providers will take your car to the nearest mechanic up to a specified distance.

Stolen vehicle tracking - no data

GPS Trackers are small, portable devices that allow a car owner to monitor and locate their car even if it gets stolen. They also have the potential to offer instant location, speed, and direction data.

Cornering lights - no data

The cornering lamp function is activated when turning. Depending on the steering angle, the fog lights swivel left or right.

Directionally adaptive headlights - no data

The headlights have lamps that swivel in the direction the vehicle is traveling. When the driver turns the steering wheel to the left or right, or when sensors detect a bend in the road, the headlights turn in that direction to better illuminate what's in the car's path.

Headlight washer - no data

This is a system, which is an electrically driven rotary pump that sprays water or cleaning fluid at high pressure onto the outside of the headlight glass. This means safer driving in rain or snow.

Automatic crash response airbags and or sensors - no data

An airbag is a vehicle occupant-restraint system using a bag designed to inflate extremely quickly, then quickly deflate during a collision. It uses many sensors all over the car, which detect sudden rates of deceleration which suggest an impact has occurred. These systems are linked to a small explosive device, which ignites to produce a sudden release of nitrogen gas.

Emergency services - no data

The emergency services are the public organizations whose job is to take quick action to deal with emergencies when they occur, especially the fire brigade, the police, and the ambulance service.

Crisis assist - no data

This is a system that allows you to contact emergency services in critical situation. You can also contact an assistant to help you find a route or other necessary service.

Stolen vehicle assistance - no data

The system uses GPS technology so that if your car is stolen you can contact an operator who can track your car's movements on maps, and in some cases even remotely reduce the vehicle's speed so that thieves can't go far.

Remote door unlock - no data

It is a system that allows you to remotely regulate the opening and closing of doors with a special device.

Roadside assistance - no data

This is a function that you could use in case of an unforeseen situation on the road: a breakdown, a punctured tire, ran out of gas, etc. You can use it to contact an operator and request support for your current location.

Remote horn and lights - no data

Using this feature allows the user to operate a vehicles horn or turn any 12-volt accessory such as warning lights on and off, without having to wire between the engine compartment and the vehicles interior.

Turn by turn navigation - no data

This is a feature where the user gets constantly provided with directions for the selected route in the form of verbal or visual instructions.

Hands free calling - no data

It is a system that allows you to make and answer calls without taking your eyes off the road. By pressing a special button (usually located on the steering wheel of the car), you will put the call on speakerphone. In the same way you can make a call - press the voice control button, and select the desired number.

Vehicle diagnostics - no data

A feature that notifies vehicle owners of the health and status of their vehicle.

Base 4dr All-wheel Drive

Search 2013 Lincoln MKX safety score and ratings

It will most likely be excessive to talk about the significance of road safety. Automobile collision stats and media messages describing the events do not let you to definitely forget about it. Even so, exactly what is 2013 Lincoln MKX safety rating? How will it be examined and how harmless is a certain trim?

To begin with, the governmental and global methods of qualification of car safety (New Car Assessment Programs) is actually a relatively new establishment functioning since middle of the-1990s. In total, you will find nine methods worldwide. Seven of which rate vehicles - and most likely your vehicle as well – with a five-star method, in which five stars will be the most robust vehicle and everything near one star is considered the most hazardous vehicle. Here we offer data about the safety rating of the 2013 Lincoln MKX for all trims. Normally, you are able to get this information over a sticker within the driver’s side doorway frame along with a duplicate of it around the windscreen.

Probably the most severe 2013 Lincoln MKX safety tests entail all probable accident conditions, namely: full frontal crash test, offset (partly frontal) impact crash test, rear impact (aka whiplash) crash test, side barrier crash test (this sort of affect can happen every time a car will get hit by another vehicle at a crossroad), side pole crash test (a car or truck glides away from the highway and gets a a peripheral impact on a post), flip over crash test, and – last of all – the pedestrian protection test. The safety of the driver, mature passengers, and kids within the back car seats – will also be considered separately when deriving the overall safety points. Following the enumeration of all of the feasible collisions, we’d better alter our mind on the superfluity of safety measures and yet again ask you to travel safely and pick only safe automobiles.

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