Are Lincoln MKT good cars?

May 10, 2019 Off By idswater

Are Lincoln MKT good cars?

The 2019 MKT is a pretty good used luxury midsize SUV. It has a potent twin-turbo V6 engine, a comfortable ride, and a good amount of space for people and cargo. It also has a slightly above average predicted reliability rating.

Is Lincoln MKT reliable?

The Lincoln MKT Reliability Rating is 2.5 out of 5.0, which ranks it 7th out of 19 for luxury fullsize SUVs. The average annual repair cost is $996 which means it has poor ownership costs.

Is the Lincoln MKT discontinued?

The Lincoln MKT Is No Longer Available. The Lincoln MKT is not available as part of our 2020 lineup, but you can find all the same offerings and more in our current suite of crossovers and SUVs.

How much is a 2020 Lincoln MKT?

Pricing

Trim Level Engine Starting MSRP
Standard 3.5L EcoBoost V6 $49,500
Reserve 3.5L EcoBoost V6 $52,500
Town Car (fleet) 2.0L EcoBoost I4 MSRP available on order
Town Car (fleet) 3.7L Ti-VCT Cyclone V6 MSRP available on order

Why did Lincoln discontinue the MKT?

The Ford Flex and Lincoln MKT are being discontinued as part of a larger strategic plan by Ford to revamp or replace 75 percent of its vehicles by the end of 2020. The halt in production of these two models is noteworthy locally because crossover-style vehicles have survived at Ford’s Louisville Assembly Plant.

What does MKS stand for Lincoln?

MKS in the name Lincoln MKS stands for Mark Sedan. This naming convention is used across most other models in Lincoln’s inventory, such as the MKZ, MKT and MKX. The Lincoln MKS is a replacement for Lincoln’s classic Continental sedan.

Which is the biggest SUV in the world?

Longest crossovers/SUVs

10 longest CUVs/SUVs (current mass production)
Parent company of marque Model name Length of longest version
BMW Rolls-Royce Cullinan 210.3 in (5.34 m)
Ford Motor Company Ford Expedition Lincoln Navigator 210.0 in (5.33 m)
Nissan Motor Company Nissan Armada/Patrol 208.9 in (5.31 m)

Is Lincoln MKT discontinued?

What’s the price of a 2010 Lincoln MKT?

The 2010 Lincoln MKT has a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) starting at about $45,000; all-wheel drive adds about $2,000 to that price.

What kind of SUV is the Lincoln MKT?

The 2010 Lincoln MKT is a six- or seven-passenger crossover SUV offered in two trim levels: base and turbocharged “EcoBoost.”

How big is the wheelbase of a Lincoln MKT?

With a 120.7-inch wheelbase, the Lincoln MKT is the longest-wheelbase D4 vehicle and the third-longest wheelbase Lincoln currently produced (only the Navigator/Navigator L are longer).

When did the Lincoln MKT go into production?

The MKT entered production at the Oakville Assembly plant in July 2009 for the 2010 model year. While the Lincoln division was shifting from SUVs towards crossover SUVs, the MKT had no direct predecessor.

What are the specs of a 2010 Lincoln MKT?

The 2010 Lincoln MKT comes standard with six airbags including two side canopy airbags that run the length of the cabin. Adaptive cruise control system with collision-warning and brake support features is optional. MKT FWD: 17 mpg city/23 mpg highwayMKT AWD: 16 mpg city/22 mpg highwayMKT EcoBoost: 16 mpg city/22 mpg highway

Where does the Lincoln MKT rank in SUVs?

The 2010 Lincoln MKT’s #7 ranking is based on its score within the 2010 Luxury Midsize SUVs category. Currently the Lincoln MKT has a score of 8.0 out of 10, which is based on our evaluation of 34 pieces of research and data elements using various sources.

What kind of engine does the Lincoln MKT have?

All-new for 2010, the Lincoln MKT is one of the first vehicles outfitted with Ford’s much-hyped 3.5-liter EcoBoost V-6 and the MKT serves as a showcase vehicle for the newest in Lincoln high-tech, luxury and entertainment features. The MKT is a uniquely-styled crossover that some detractors say is hearse-like in appearance.

What are the ratings for the Lincoln MKX?

The 2010 Lincoln MKX’s safety features and ratings are extremely reassuring. In government tests, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) awards the Lincoln MKX 2010 five stars for driver protection and four stars for passenger protection during front crash tests, as well as five stars for side-impact crashes.