Lincoln Mkt owners manuals
- Early tire wear
- No heat passenger side
- Dashboard display cuts out while driving
The Lincoln MKT is a mid-size luxury SUV that was sold by the Lincoln division of Ford Motor Company; a unique generation was manufactured from 2010 to the 2019 model years. Placed among the Lincoln MKX (renamed the Lincoln Nautilus) and the Lincoln Navigator, the MKT shared its Ford D4 bodies with the Ford Flex CUV and the 2011-2019 Ford Explorer.
While the MKT had no straight Lincoln ancestor, its debut coincided with the interruption of the Mercury Mountaineer; a livery model of the MKT maintained the use of the Lincoln Town Car name.
Following the 2019 model year, Ford discontinued the use of its D3/D4 body, discontinuing the MKT and equivalents. Within the Lincoln model series, the MKT was not directly followed, but the second-generation Lincoln Aviator is slotted within the Nautilus and Navigator.
Throughout its creation, the MKT was constructed by Ford of Canada.
The last 2019 Lincoln MKT model it's available in two trim levels: base and Reserve. Seven-passenger seating is the default, and second-row chairs are optional (decreases the capacity to six). A turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 producing 365 hp and 350 lb-ft of torque is mated with a six-speed automatic transmission that sends power to all four wheels.
Lincoln MKT known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Lincoln MKT are: