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BTW, I do hope to drink heavily in NO after the Feb 1 marathon. I note this from right here on Edmunds: The Lincoln offers a lot of luxury for the money, but it doesn't take much scrutiny to realize that the LT has but one degree of separation from the F-150. Disappointingly, the LT has the same basic interior design and hard plastic interior panels, and doesn't really offer any ... Read More
You are very, very deluded for such a nice guy. Fortunately, this is not something that matters. If you were informed as you claim and if you paid real attention to the details, you would not be claiming so many things that are simply not true. In fact, more people buy the upper end F150s (which can cost $46K) than ever bought the Lincoln F150 (which DOES have the exact same ... Read More
First, let me say this your information is not correct ! The F150 and the LT are two different animals. The evidence is in the specs ! READ ! All through the powertrain of the LT is widely different from the F150. That is why it is a Lincoln ride! The proof again is in the specs, and you need to read automotive books from Lincoln and The Ford Motor Company ... Read More
Not to get into a flame war with you or anything, but you dear man, are making no sense, though you do spout some mindless propaganda. American companies have been losing market share for years because, other than pickups and large SUVs, the Japanese and Koreans have been building better vehicles. Now, GM and Ford are truly scrambling, having lost their esteemed 1 -2 positions to Toyota. Both companies still build ... Read More
Ok, you sound like a politian ! You are not making sense. All shares in the American auto industry are down today because of our Democratic Congress refusing to vote for more oil drilling. This in turn hurts the car industry and the American economy. Lincoln is in the expansion mode, have you heard of their new models being marketed ? Do you own an LT ? Have you driven an ... Read More
I see you have the real inside information. Especially the stuff about politicians causing auto executives to do dumb things, and Lincoln being in an expansive mode, even though their sales and market share are down. Have a nice day today as well.
First I am trying to figure out where you are getting your information because it is beginning to flip me out! Lincoln is not killing the LT forever, it is sitting out one year and will be redesigned. Just like many other companies have done to their model vehicles. Second Lincoln is not struggling, it is in an expansion mode. Yes, all the car industry is suffering because of the Democratic ... Read More
I see...thanks for the objective report. Now, if more people perceived things as you do, Lincoln would not be killing the LT. Or struggling as mightily as it is. Have a nice day.
Dude ! WHAT ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT, AND WHERE DO YOU GET YOUR INFORMATION? I own a 2006 LT ! It is the best investment I made, and the best vehicle I owned ever. First, the Ford F150 is a good truck, but the LT has worlds of a better ride, it is a luxury truck, you see and feel the difference. Do you own an LT or you cannot afford ... Read More
I personally don't like the boxy look and huge grill of the 09 Ford. You get a 4 year btb warranty with the Lincoln not 3 year that the Ford has. I get complimentary scheduled maintenance for 12 mo./12k miles. I get a 6 yr/70k power train warranty and 24 hr roadside assistance for that time period. Like I mentioned earlier my 4 x 2 has traction control which I prefer ... Read More
Most people would see little to no difference between your LT and an 04 - 08 F150 equipped the same way. That grill is the big difference and is obtainable aftermarket for an F150. The side airbags definitely make the truck a safer ride. It is often erroneously assumed that the wider, taller stance by itself provides good side protection. Not necesarily so. Besides...why do you want a luxury vehicle that ... Read More
2008 will be the last year for this badge-engineered fancy Ford. This is the second time Lincoln could not get a pickup offering right--at least to the extent that it approached sales targets. The Blackwood could have succeeded if it had had a 4WD option, and the option of an open bed. The LT, however, is just an F150 with a different grill. The 09 F150 is just around the corner. ... Read More
I now own a second Wonderful Luxury Lincoln LT 2008 ! The best standards and quality anywhere around the World. And there were other great Americans buying the 2008 LT'S. That day at the dealership they sold 10 ! So like I said before, the COOKING OF THE BOOKS ! In my driveway I have to LT'S ! Yes I am blessed ! The LT will be back 2011 !
I will still purchase the 2008 Lincoln LT ! The Lincoln LT more than likely will be back 2011 ! History repeats itself, like I told Gregg. Ford will have trouble selling the new F150 luxury truck, bad move. Luxury belongs with Lincoln ! Now I will have a Hurricane ! Have a nice day !
asaro, You sir are delusional. First of all the Lincoln LT is a...good truck. But thats about it. Automotive News is reporting that Lincoln will soon end production of the Mark LT pickup, based on the Ford F-150 half-ton. Even though the aforementioned is quoted from a previous post it is absolute truth. The Lincoln LT is done! Accept that and move on. You are starting to sound like you need ... Read More
Ok Kcram I think you and gregg need to travel to New Orleans and have numerous Hurricane Drinks ! So you can get your infromation straight about the automotive world ! You are misguided and read information that is bias, and stats that do not support Lincoln-Ford industry data. First of all Lincoln-Ford is not going to release their raw data that is true and correct to newspapers and media staff ... Read More
Automotive News, a trusted industry source of information (certainly more so than Motor Trend and Consumer Reports...which by the way do NOT agree that the Ford F150 and Lincoln F150 are different animals, but I digress) reported on the LT's demise over a year ago. It's deja vu all over again. Automotive News is reporting that Lincoln will soon end production of the Mark LT pickup, based on the Ford F-150 ... Read More
but for accurate in 2009 it will come true. The lincoln Mark LT will face a major redisign as so for its sibling the Ford F-150. the Mark LT will now be catching up the Cadillac Escalade EXT. hope that Ford does this very well.
The Edmunds TCO® estimated monthly insurance payment for a 2008 Lincoln Mark LT in NJ is: