2010 Lincoln MKT EcoBoost Test-Drive Update: Sometimes you have to look inside
As mentioned in our introduction post to the 2010 Lincoln MKT EcoBoost test-drive, the outside of Ford’s new crossover has a “love it or hate it” styling. So far, random people have told us they absolutely love it, while others have said it looks like a hearse or a boat. However, once you take a seat inside – it’s a whole different story. The comfortable cabin of the 2010 MKT is built with quality materials featuring stylish touches and three-row seating.
Standard interior features on the 2010 Lincoln MKT include AM/FM Single CD/DVD/ MP3 connectivity, Sirius satellite radio, Microsoft Sync voice activated system, leather trimmed heated/cooled seats (12-way power adjustable driver and passenger seat with lumbar support), touch screen with audio/climate controls, rear-view camera and tri-zone auto climate control.
Our test-model comes with a $4,000 Elite Package (Blind Spot Information System with Cross-Traffic Alert, Voice-Activated Navigation System and THX II Certified 5.1 Surround Audio System and a Panoramic Vista Roof), a $895 2nd row refrigerator, $195 woven metal trim, $1,295 Adaptive Cruise Control and $595 Active Park Assist (parallel parks itself).
We have the 2010 MKT for 2 more days so sure you ask us all the questions (in the comments section). We”ll make sure we answer all the questions we can.
2010 Lincoln MKT EcoBoost (Weekly Test-Drive):
– By: Omar Rana
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