2010 Lincoln Mark LT & Review & Car and Driver

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2010 Lincoln Mark LT

The LT lives, albeit only in

For U.S. dealers, the announcement the slow-selling Lincoln Mark LT would be discontinued for 2009 was no big However, the reaction was very south of the border. For Lincoln in Mexico, the Mark LT had represented 40 of sales.

Thus, a historical As of September, the 2010 Mark LT be the first Lincoln model in not available in the U.S.

Serious was needed for the truck to see the light of especially from Lincoln#x2019;s director in Mexico, Fernando Curiously enough, he tells us convincing Mexican executives more challenging than the suits in Dearborn, who embraced unusual enthusiasm the task of a vehicle of which only would be built annually. producing a 2010 Mark LT several departments, such as the team, reopen their cabinets and pull out ideas had set aside when Lincoln canceled the second generation of the pickup.

Naturally, the 2010 LT is based on the F-150, and in particular the top-level model, which essentially the place of the Lincoln truck in the Imbuing the Mark LT with required aesthetic changes as as the addition of more upscale equipment. Among the former is split-waterfall grille, which the brand#x2019;s hallmark beginning the arrival of the MKS.

Another design cue is found in the with the tailgate carrying the metallic stripe as found on the Platinum, and the Mark LT gets truck#x2019;s retractable running Chromed mirror caps, and trim add more flair,

Inside, the seats are swathed in leather exclusive to this and the instrument cluster cowl is with leather that has aimed to give the vehicle a look. Other items, as the Sync infotainment system, this pickup above the most highly equipped trucks sold in Mexico F-150 Platinum is not sold

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Drives Like a Lamborghini, If Lambo Were an F-150 and Nothing Like a Lamborghini At All

All the characteristics of the latest F-150 are The cabin is spacious, and there is a of two bed lengths and two- or four-wheel The only available engine is the 5.4-liter V-8, good for 310 hp and with Ford#x2019;s six-speed transmission.

No chassis changes made for the 2010 Mark LT, so the ride of other Lincolns is absent. But the Mark rolls the road as comfortably and quietly as the and the steering is good for the segment.

A has not yet been set for the 2010 Mark LT in but it should be similar to that of the Platinum in the States, so figure $40,000 and $45,000. If the 16th of the United States were alive, who knows how he#x2019;d about a product bearing his name not being available for his (Our best guess? Abe wouldn#x2019;t care much.) But dealers in Mexico are pretty that the blue oval to put a sombrero on its pickup.

The reality is that the Mark LT the difference between survival and for some of those dealers, as would have been to try to sell sedans to those who want one but still desire a level of luxury. After given the rugged terrain covers much of Mexico, an MKZ just isn#x2019;t going to cut it.

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