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 5 Cool Things to Know About the 2013 Lincoln MKT

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Lincoln Drive Control: This new adaptive driving experience, standard on the EcoBoost version,  gives the Lincoln MKT the perfect balance of an engaging drive and a refined ride. The adaptive Continuously Controlled Damping (CCD) suspension and Electric Power Assisted Steering (EPAS) enable Lincoln Drive Control to adjust to road conditions faster than the blink of an eye.
 
Performance and Fuel Economy: 2013 MKT offers two engines that give you a great combination of fuel economy and power!: the new standard 3.7L TiVCT V6 with 303hp and 278 lb. ft. torque (17 City/25 Hwy), and the optional 3.5L EcoBoost, with 365hp and 350 lb. ft. torque (16 City/22 Hwy).
 
Inflatable Safety Belts: The 2013 MKT has available 2nd row inflatable seat belts, a luxury automotive industry first. Lincoln considered the needs of children and elderly passengers when designing this feature that spreads the impact of a crash across more of the body, reducing the chance of injury
 
Design: The 2013 Lincoln MKT was redesigned from the windshield forward, with a brand new grille, headlamps and fog lamps.  This redesign brings to life Lincoln’s focus on elegant design.
 
Additional Features: Heated Steering Wheel, Sync with MyLincoln Touch, and Lane Keeping System (all new for 2013). Standard heated and cooled 12-way adjustable front seats, adjustable pedals, and a power tilt/telescoping steering wheel.  2013 MKT seating surfaces feature standard Bridge of Weir leather. Acknowledged as one of the world’s finest leathers, this leather can also be found in luxury jets, yachts and on the chairs in Scotland’s House of Lords.  The MKT continues to offer an available refrigerated console in the 2nd row that can hold up to 7 - 12 oz. cans, 4 ½ liter bottles, or 2 - 20 oz. bottles in cool or freeze mode

  

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4/2/2012 6:00 AM