Lincoln MKT dimensions
Latest model: Lincoln MKT Wagon (2012)
Length: 207.6 (in) = 5273 (mm)
Width: 76 (in) = 1930 (mm)
Height: 67.4 (in) = 1712 (mm)
Compare Lincoln MKT dimensions to: Audi Q7
Lincoln MKT details:
Though its versatility is somewhat compromised, the 2012 Lincoln MKT is a solid alternative to other luxury crossover Suvs. Lincoln MKT Wagon offers the following pros: Generous traditional features and innovative options; comprehensive and economical turbocharged V6 option; balanced ride and handling; quiet dashboard. Lincoln MKT Wagon drawbacks are: Tight third-row headroom; polarizing look look-and-feel.
The 2012 Lincoln MKT is a crossover luxury SUV provided in two versions: Lincoln MKT and Lincoln MKT with Ecoboost.
Traditional equipment contains 19-inch alloy wheels, automatic and adaptive xenon headlights, keyless ignition/entry, back parking sensors, a rearview camera and a performance liftgate. Inside the cab, you'll find leather upholstery, eight-way heated and ventilated performance front seatings (includes four-way performance lumbar), heated second-row seatings (outboard only), power-adjustable pedals, driver memory options, a tilt-and-telescoping steering column, tri-zone automatic conditioning, retractable second-row sunshades, a back 110-volt performance outlet and an 8-inch touchscreen that displays stereo and conditionings. A 10-speaker stereo system with a CD player, radio and the Sync system that provides voice control for MP3 players and cell phones comprise the traditional entertainment system.
The Elite suite (ecoboost only) adds a panoramic sunroof, a blind-spot warning system, power-folding third-row seatings, a 14-speaker surround-sound stereo system and a voice-operated navigator with Sirius Travel Link. Other features include a dual-screen rear-entertainment system and sliding second-row captain's chairs that are heated and ventilated (and that also drop seats capacity from seven to six). The Lincoln MKT Ecoboost can be further equipped with 20-inch wheels, adaptive cruise control, an automatic parallel-parking system and, when equipped with second-row back captain's chairs, a control panel with refrigerator. .