2013 Lincoln MKT Values

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2013 model year changes

For 2012, the Lincoln MKT gets a new Continuously Controlled Damping, a computer-controlled system that can adjust the firmness of the suspension 20 times per second and enables the Lincoln MKT to corner better and also have a smoother ride. Also new is Lincoln Drive Control, a system that lets the driver tune the suspension, steering, and other vehicle responses; and the Lincoln MKT gets a quicker steering ratio. The standard engine in the Lincoln MKT gets a 10-percent increase in horsepower for 2013, while its highway fuel efficiency actually goes up by one. Brakes have also been upgraded to match the extra engine power. The MyLincoln Touch interface has also been added to the Lincoln MKT's instrument panel, while second-row passengers get new inflatable seatbelts. Also, several new active-safety features add to the Lincoln MKT's family appeal and, for the first time, the Lincoln MKT is offered in a Town Car Livery and Limousine Edition for 2013.

Competitive comparison

Smooth ride; improved responsiveness; fuel efficiency compared to other 3-row SUVs; quiet, luxurious interior; active-safety and tech features

Special features for 2013

The 2013 Lincoln MKT is a 3-row crossover utility vehicle, aimed at those who want a high level of luxury, as well as plenty of active safety and infotainment technology. According to Lincoln, the Lincoln MKT has more standard horsepower than the Audi Q7 and Acura MDX, while returning significantly better mileage than both. The Lincoln MKT appeals to a wide range of family shoppers, including some who are looking for more of a performance feel, as well as others who are merely looking for a more luxurious minivan substitute, so with the new Continuously Controlled Damping and Drive Control systems introduced this year, drivers should be able to simply 'tune in' the attitude they want--Normal, Comfort or Sport. For those who plan to use all three rows, the Lincoln MKT remains one of the better picks on the market, with generous space for adults in the front two rows and a third row that even adults can access (and be okay with) for a trip across town.