The MKT is an all-new crossover from Lincoln. It has the capacity of an SUV without the truck-like design and stigma.
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The newest generation of Lincoln vehicles uses a winged grille design, first seen on the MKS sedan. On the MKT, this grille design takes on epic proportions.
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The MKT can be had with the Ecoboost engine, a twin turbo direct injection V-6 making 355 horsepower.
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The MKT has three row seating, although getting into the final of seats is not particularly easy.
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As the MKT uses a fully independent suspension, the ride quality is very good, and handling is carlike.
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The third row seats fold down, making for a large cargo area.
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An impressive panoramic sunroof, with a powered shade, is available on the MKT.
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The interior isn't the most luxury we've seen, but the materials are nice and the fit is good.
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The steering wheel holds the all-important voice command button that lets you control phones and MP3 players through Sync.
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Adaptive cruise control and automatic parking information is shown in the small screen on the speedometer.
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A six-speed automatic is the only transmission available with the MKT.
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The Lincoln incorporates excellent cabin tech, with a hard drive-based navigation system.
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The live traffic feature warns of accidents and other incidents on the route, and can compute a detour.
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Although the car only has a single CD/DVD slot, you can use it to rip CDs to the car's hard drive.
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The rearview camera is a essential feature in this car, considering the limited rear visibility.
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