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FEATURES | 10 out of 10
“Also standard is Ford’s Sync voice-activated control for cell phones”
“More than enough luxury appointments to choke an Englishman”
“Massive list of standard and optional equipment”
“adaptive cruise control with collision warning and brake assist ($1295) is one of the few major options”
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“can be decked out with…an automated parallel-park feature, a navigation system, the Sirius Travel Link Service” and “a dual-screen rear-seat entertainment system.”
The 2013 Lincoln MKT is a luxury vehicle through and through. So its no surprise that there's no base model or budget offering in the lineup; there are only two MKT models in the lineup, and both of them come very well equipped.Stick with the default spec for the MKT, and you likely won't be let down; it includes a large fixed-panel glass panoramic sunroof; dual-zone climate control; Lincoln SYNC, MyLincoln Touch; a keyless entry pad with a control pad built into the door frame; remote start; high-intensity discharge headlamps with automatic high-beam function; and push-button start with MyKey.
Add a few options to the EcoBoost MKT and you can tip past the $50,000 price mark when it's fitted with the EcoBoost engine plus the two largest option packaged. Add the Equipment Package and you get a 12-way power driver's seat, a power-folding third-row seat, HD Radio, a heated steering wheel, voice-activated navigation, heated and cooled front seats, the six-passenger layout, heated second-row seats, and 19-inch premium painted wheels. With the Technology Package, you also get Adaptive Cruise Control & Collision Mitigation, Active Park Assist, and Lane Keeping.
On top of that, you can step up to a rear-seat entertainment package, as well as a second-row refrigerator console; with that, you might just become everyone's favorite chauffeur, though.
Upgraded technology and infotainment complement traditional luxury features and a great gadget list.