Lincoln Mark LT Ratings

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Lincoln Mark LT All Years
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    2006 Lincoln Mark LT - 4x2

    Pros: Comfort

    Cons: Air Conditioner could be cooler, takes a long time to cool down inside.

    Advice: I totally recommend this vehicle

    When I took this vehicle on a test drive I liked the ride, felt like driving a car.

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    2006 Lincoln Mark LT - 4x2

    Pros: Exterior Appearance

    Cons: Power and Gas mileage

    Advice: Wait for the supercharged version

    Initial test drive of the Lincoln Mark LT was satisfying. It seemed to have plenty of power, but the test vehicle which I purchased seemed to have a bit of hesitation on takeoff. Suspension seems to need a bit of improving as going over railroad tracks seems to bring the vehicle off track. Steering was responsive. Compared to other trucks I've driven (Titan) the Lincoln lacks in horsepower. I did notice that it had only a single exhaust and that the muffler was a bit too small.. both these seem to be robbing this wonderful looking truck of both horsepower and gas mileage. By the way after my 1st 1000 miles I have been able to get about 13.2 mph in city according to the guages. With all the electronics.. you lose storage space inside.

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    2006 Lincoln Mark LT - 4x4

    Pros: SMOOTH QUIET RIDE

    Cons: LOCATION AND SIZE OF THE INFORMATION DISPLAY

    Advice: IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR LUXURY AND A WELL EQUIPPED VEHICLE THIS IS THE ONE TO BUY.

    THE MARK LT SMOOTH AND QUIET RIDE LUXURIOUS INTERIOR MAKE YOU FORGET THAT YOU ARE DRIVING A PICK UP. POWERFUL SMOOTH ENGINE AND TRANSMISSON.