The 2013 Lincoln MKT is not a very fuel-efficient vehicle; although when you consider its spacious interior and three useful rows of seating, it's easier to leave this calculation on a more positive note.
The EPA gives the EcoBoost MKT with the turbocharged V-6 and all-wheel drive a rating of 16/23 mpg. With only front-wheel drive and the normally aspirated V-6, it achieves a better 17 mpg city, 25 highway.
We haven't yet driven these revised 2013 versions to verify whether real-world mileage is in the range of EPA ratings, but our previous experiences with the MKT showed that the highway ratings especially may be a bit optimistic.
Lincoln is offering a special 235-hp EcoBoost four-cylinder Livery Edition of the MKT Town Car; it achieves 20 mpg in the city, 28 highway, and it has just front-wheel drive. But the brand has no plans to offer it to the public.