Will the 2015 Lincoln MKC Steal Sales from Ford's Escape?

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The 2015 Lincoln MKC is based on the Escape's underpinnings, but has a nicer interior and an all-new engine. Photo credit: Ford Motor.

Ford  this week unveiled the all-new 2015 Lincoln MKC, a compact luxury SUV that it hopes will take the fight to hot sellers such as BMW's X3 and Honda's  Acura RDX. 

The MKC is set to arrive at Lincoln dealers next spring. It's being presented as an all-new product, entirely distinct from its mechanical sibling, the Ford Escape. But is it? Compare the two and see what you think.

The Ford Escape has been a big seller since its introduction last year. Will it steal sales from its plusher sibling? Photo credit: Ford Motor.

In this short video, Fool contributor John Rosevear explains the challenges facing Lincoln's new ride -- starting with its own Ford sibling -- and looks at its chances for success both in the U.S. and in China.

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