I bought this car for the safety items, auto braking, adaptive cruise control, navigation system, etc.
It is fun to drive and handles beautifully.
Exterior styling is lacking and almost stopped me from buying the vehicle.
Interior knobs, and panels are cheap plastic, and not typical of a $60K car.
Overall performance is good, mileage on road - 23 mpg!
Around town about 19.
Only consistent problem I have had is intermittent failure of heat to work.
They are replacing the actuator this week.
I hope that finally fixes it!
I have 19,800 miles on this car so far and it is one year old.
Adaptive cruise control and auto-braking!
I also like the navigation system.
Exterior styling needs revamping.
Hyundai does a better job!
Interior needs to look and feel like a $60K luxury car, not a Ford Focus!
Never thought we would buy an MKT as we had our sights set on a GMC Acadia Denali.
We loved the looks of the Acadia but we decided to test drive a new MKT and that ended our thoughts of the Acadia.
The Lincoln won every comparison in performance, equipment, handling, quietness and quality of interior materials.
Only complaint on the Lincoln MKT is it's worthless 3rd row seat.
Anyone over the height of 5 feet can not sit back there.
It is worthless for anyone except small children.
This is our first new Lincoln and we are extremely happy with this car.
It is a delightful touring car with lots of luxuries.
For us, it has been a perfect fit.
Heated and cooled seats front and rear.
Comfortable seating, plenty of leg room.
The navigation system is outstanding and the Sirius Travel Link with weather maps makes for an excellent touring car.
Voice activated nav, phone and even climate controls are simple and easy to learn and use.
Quiet! Very quiet! Very predictable handling.
Forget the third row seat and make the vehicle a little more attractive to look at.
It is a bit odd looking but when you are inside and enjoying the car, it looks and feels wonderful.