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2015 Lincoln MKT

2015 LINCOLN MKT: The 2015 Lincoln MKT full-size seven-passenger crossover features Lincoln Drive Control and a choice from two powertrains. Lincoln Drive Control enhances handling and improves power and fuel efficiency. Exterior styling updates include new grille, front fascia and 19- and 20-inch aluminum wheels, plus, exclusive new technologies that help protect passengers. The exterior mirrors also were redesigned to reduce wind noise. Two powerplants are offered, starting with the 303- horsepower 3.7-liter Ti-VCT V-6 for the front-wheel drive model. The all-wheel drive MKT is fitted with the 3.5L turbo direct-injected V-6 that generates 365-hp, and both engines come with a custom specified six-speed automatic transmission with steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters. If the occasion arises, the MKT can provide up to 4,500 pound towing capability. Step into the MKT cabin and view the roomy interior, standard Panoramic fixed-glass "Vista Roof," and three rows of seating configured in six- and seven-passenger alternatives. The all-new instrumentation features a central speedometer flanked by a 4.2- and 8-inch full-color reconfigurable LCD screens. There is 17.9-cu. ft. of cargo room behind the third row seat, 39.5 when third row is down and 75.9-cu. ft with both middle and rear folded flat. A rear console-mounted, five-quart-capacity refrigerator is available in the six-passenger package. Standard premium innovations include Lincoln SYNC, providing occupants with hands-free, voice-activated communications and infotainment. MKT offers two audio systems, both controlled through MyLincoln Touch. The standard 210-watt system drives eight speakers, and the optional 700-watt THX II 5.1 system delivers cinema-quality sounds through 14 strategically aimed premium audio speakers, including a subwoofer. 

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