Cars.com Reviews the 2011 Lincoln MKT

2011 Lincoln MKT
Now in its second model year, the 2011 Lincoln MKT is still pretty much as good as it gets in the eyes of Cars.com senior editor David Thomas. Despite a somewhat compromised driving position for taller drivers, a third-row seat that’s usable only for children and an interior that doesn’t quite match its Acura or Buick competitors, David still sees how some, including himself, could love the MKT’s eccentricities. Continue reading to see if the MKT’s unconventional nature will work for you.

2011 Lincoln MKT Review

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By Colin Bird | September 1, 2010 | Comments (4)

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I agree with David. Don’t exactly no why but I love this MKT. Just a bit pricey.
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randygrenier

Really like this car. It will take a while for slower minds to appreciate the styling. Reminds me how people freaked when the Cadillac CTS first came out.

Great shiny model. Extra additional features is Bluetooth-compatible music player can also play tunes through the THX-certified stereo without plugging.MKT can be two technology in first is Blind sport monitoring system and second is Active park assis and another technology will you find high end automobiles.

ron williams

beware do not buy the MKT if you ever want drive over 35mph with a rear window open. If you do you will think a helicopter has landed on your roof. THUMP THUMP THUMP THUMP

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