The MKT was a combination of a luxurious car (of course, it was a Lincoln) and a car designed to suit the needs of a larger family.
Sharing its platform with the Ford Flex, the appearance of the MKT was completely different, not sharing the Flex’s boxy look.
At a first glance, the new Lincoln’s corporate face is given by the freshly redesigned front grille.
At the rear, the MKT got a new spoiler and a dual chrome exhaust.
While the exterior design was nothing out of the ordinary, but yet simple and elegant for a crossover, what was inside the cabin mattered the most.
A word defining the MKT is “roomy”, as the passengers seating in the 2nd row would enjoy a long trip. The 3rd row of seats was mostly designed for a family’s children, with a little less legroom available than in the 2nd row.
The MKT had heated and cooled seats, a nice 8-inch touchscreen display to show Audio information, climate and the view using the backup camera.
A navigation system could be added only with an entire package that also contained a panoramic sunroof, blind spot monitoring system and voice activate navigation - the package was around $4.000.