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Posted on January 15, 2009


Ford Motor Company * January 15, 2009

DETROIT, MI -- Lincoln MKT, a distinctive new premium crossover, will
be available in late summer 2009 with a long list of standard comfort,
convenience and technology features that make it an exceptional value.
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Starting at $44,995 for the front-wheel-drive model, the three-row
Lincoln MKT brings to the luxury market standard luxury features,
quality interior appointments and design, class-leading fuel economy
and a distinctive new exterior that embodies a fresh interpretation of
Lincoln design DNA.

Similar to the flagship Lincoln MKS sedan, the new three-row Lincoln
will offer customers an enticing mix of inviting luxury and useful
technology. The base model will come well equipped.

In addition to a front-wheel drive powertrain, the Lincoln MKT will
also be offered with all-wheel-drive. The AWD model with the
normally-aspirated, 3.7-liter engine is expected to carry a starting
price of $46,990 when it arrives in dealerships this summer.

The 2010 Lincoln MKT will be available with a premium, 3.5-liter V-6
EcoBoost powertrain as well, and all EcoBoost models will be fitted
with AWD. The direct-injection, twin-turbo, 355 horsepower engine is
expected to deliver not only best-in-class power but also
best-in-class highway fuel economy.

For more information please contact:

Ford Motor Company
Customer Relationship Center
P.O. Box 6248
Dearborn, MI 48126
Angie Kozleski, <[email protected]com>
Tel: (313) 323-1984 or
Ken Hsu, <[email protected]>
Tel: (313) 322-1251
Internet: URL http://www.ford.com (Click!)

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Comments ( 1 )
  • Tim Jespersen

     | about 10 years ago

    I love Lincoln.. I really do.. but I really hope this isn't the Town Car replacement.. it reminds me way too much of the old Pontiac Aztec.. plus I can't imagine how it would look stretched..I'm sure it won't be long before we see a 200" version on the floor at one of the shows though!--Tim

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