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2007 Lincoln Mark LT Trims

4WD

Avg. Price: $23,127

It seems kind of wrong for a truck this tough-looking to be without four-wheel drive. Well, the 4x4 Mark LT is not about to disappoint you.

The electronic shift-on-the-fly four-wheel drive is a pleasure to operate. It is a traditional system with 2H, 4L, and 4H, whereas many luxury utility vehicles employ less-utilitarian all-wheel drive systems instead.

The 5.4-liter, three-valve V8 provides 365 lb.-ft. of torque and delivers an mpg rating of 14 city/18 highway. When properly equipped it can tow 8,600 pounds. The available tow package consists of a frame-mounted Class IV hitch receiver, a seven-pin wiring harness, an upgraded radiator and an auxiliary transmission-oil cooler; you can also add the Reverse Sensing system, which detects obstacles in the truck�¢ï¿½?�?s rearward path.

The 4-speed automatic transmission with overdrive and electronic throttle control delivers smooth and efficient shifting, and the double-wishbone suspension and coil-over shocks work with rack-and-pinion steering to give the LT a wonderful ride. Look for it to be low-noise too, owed to the trademark Quiet Steel construction plus thick glass and an extra-stiff body and frame.

The interior is both stylish and spacious. Comfortable leather seats (with 6-way power-adjust and two memory settings on the driver's) come standard, and the general atmosphere is gussied up with wood trim, satin-nickel accents, and stylish gauges. Rear passengers will appreciate the full-sized doors and roomy backseat - a nice break from many of the cramped extended-cab trucks out there.

The NHTSA will vouch for the Mark LT as a safe vehicle: it earned 5 stars in their crash-testing and 4 in the rollover test. Safety features run from multi-stage air bags and seat belt pretensioners to ABS with Electronic Brake Force Distribution on rear brakes �¢ï¿½?�? a big help especially when the truck is carrying heavy loads.

The SecuriLock perimeter-alarm system, which is activated if somebody tries to enter the vehicle after the key is removed, helps to keep those will ill intentions at bay; it won't allow the engine to be started without the coded key. The remote keyless entry comes with a panic alarm, and the driver's door also has a keyless-entry pad for punching in an access code.

Other notable standard features include Electronic Automatic Temperature Control, an Audiophile sound system with seven speakers plus an 8-inch subwoofer, and 18-inch spoked wheels. Some of the available options are a tonneau cover, skid plates, 20-inch chrome wheels, chrome step-rails, Sirius satellite radio, a moonroof, a Navigation system, and a modular overhead storage system. The Mark LT 4x4 also offers a limited-slip axle option.

Base

Avg. Price: $19,786

As the lowest-priced Mark LT, the 4x2 Standard-Wheelbase trim offers exactly that: rear-wheel drive and a standard 5.5-foot cargo bed. This luxury pickup is based on the Ford F-150 but contains a few more elements of comfort.

With its 5.4-liter, three-valve V8 it is still quite a workhorse, providing 365 lb.-ft. of torque with a towing capacity of 8,900 pounds when properly equipped. And then the luxury comes in: the ride is plush and quiet, thanks to the trademark Quiet Steel construction, thick glass, an extra-stiff body and frame, and other insulating measures that keep down road noise.

A 4-speed automatic transmission with overdrive and electronic throttle control comes standard and delivers smooth shifting. The double-wishbone suspension and coil-over shocks work with rack-and-pinion steering to give the LT a wonderful ride and handling

The exterior is eye-catching, with the trademark Lincoln "face" and loads of chrome. The interior strives for a luxury label, with leather, wood trim, and nickel accents, but there still seems to be an imbalance of low-cost plastic. The leather seats are a pleasure, and the driver's has 6-way power-adjust and two memory settings. Rear passengers get full-sized doors and a roomy seat.

Safety and security features give the Mark LT's driver confidence that all will be well. There are multi-stage air bags, ABS with Electronic Brake Force Distribution, plus remote keyless entry, a perimeter alarm, and other anti-theft measures. The truck earned 5 stars in the NHTSA crash-testing and 4 in the rollover test.

Other items in the impressive list of standard features include an Audiophile sound system with seven speakers and an 8-inch subwoofer, Electronic Automatic Temperature Control, and 18-inch spoked wheels. Some of the available options are a moonroof, a Navigation system, Sirius satellite radio, 20-inch chrome wheels, heated mirrors, monochrome package, and a modular overhead storage system.

Extended

The best news for the Mark LT in 2007 is that there's an option for a longer wheelbase (150.5 vs. 138.5) with a 6.5-foot cargo bed rather than the standard 5.5-foot. This of course stresses the utility of the Mark LT 4x2 Extended Bed even more, as its payload capacity increases to a stalwart 1,680 pounds. The trailer tow package includes the Reverse Sensing System, which beeps if there is something in the truck's path.

The Mark LT, a luxury pickup based on the redesigned Ford F-150, is now in its second year. Its no-nonsense nose and abundance of chrome announce with bold certainty that this is the Navigator's little brother.

With a 5.4-liter, three-valve V8, the truck truly means business; with 365 lb.-ft. of torque, it is capable of towing 8,900 pounds when equipped with tow package. A 4-speed automatic transmission with overdrive and electronic throttle control comes standard and delivers smooth shifting.

And whatever you're pulling, your ride should be quiet, since the trademark Quiet Steel construction, thick glass, an extra-stiff body and frame, and other insulating measures keep down road noise. The double-wishbone suspension and coil-over shocks work with rack-and-pinion steering to give the LT a wonderful ride and handling

Lincoln has created an interior that's both stylish and spacious. Comfortable leather seats (with 6-way power-adjust and two memory settings on the driver's) are part of the basic package, and wood trim and satin-nickel accents add a plush touch. The backseat is spacious and easy to get into and out of, thanks to full-sized rear doors.

As for safety, the Mark LT did well in NHTSA testing, earning 5 stars in each of the crash tests and 4 in the rollover test. Safety features run from multi-stage air bags and seat belt pretensioners to ABS with Electronic Brake Force Distribution on rear brakes, which is great to have when the truck is carrying heavy loads.

Your well-being will otherwise be looked after with the SecuriLock perimeter-alarm system, which is activated if somebody tries to enter the vehicle after the key is removed; the engine cannot be started without the coded key. The remote keyless entry comes with a panic alarm, and the driver's door also has a keyless-entry pad for punching in an access code.

Other notable standard features include an Audiophile sound system with seven speakers plus an 8-inch subwoofer, Electronic Automatic Temperature Control, and 18-inch spoked wheels. Some of the available options are 20-inch chrome wheels, skid plates, heated mirrors, a monochrome package, Sirius satellite radio, a moonroof, a Navigation system, and a modular overhead storage system.

Extended 4WD

Avg. Price: $23,181

The 4x4 Extended-bed Mark LT offers the greatest utility by far. What more could you ask for than a tough and traditional four-wheel drive system combined with the exceptional payload capacity (1,680 pounds) of the extended bed?

This longer-bed trim adds one foot to the standard bed's 5.5 feet. The electronic shift-on-the-fly four-wheel drive, a traditional system with 2H, 4L, and 4H, is a pleasure to operate and helps to make the LT quite a workhorse.

The 5.4-liter, three-valve V8 provides 365 lb.-ft. of torque and delivers an mpg rating of 14 city/18 highway. When properly equipped with the available trailer tow package (which adds a frame-mounted Class IV hitch receiver, seven-pin wiring harness, upgraded radiator and auxiliary transmission-oil cooler) it can tow 8,600 pounds. You can also add the Reverse Sensing system, which detects obstacles in the truck's rearward path.

The interior is both stylish and spacious. Comfortable leather seats (with 6-way power-adjust and two memory settings on the driver's) come standard, and the general atmosphere is gussied up with wood trim, satin-nickel accents, and stylish gauges. Rear passengers will appreciate the full-sized doors and roomy backseat - a nice break from many of the cramped extended-cab trucks out there.

The 4-speed automatic transmission with overdrive and electronic throttle control delivers smooth and efficient shifting, and the double-wishbone suspension and coil-over shocks work with rack-and-pinion steering to give the LT a wonderful ride. Look for it to be low-noise too, owed to the trademark Quiet Steel construction plus thick glass and an extra-stiff body and frame.

The Mark LT did very well in NHTSA crash tests, earning 5 stars in all but the rollover test, where it scored 4 stars. Safety features run from multi-stage air bags and seat belt pretensioners to ABS with Electronic Brake Force Distribution on rear brakes - a big help especially when the truck is carrying heavy loads.

For security from crime, look to the SecuriLock perimeter-alarm system, which is activated if somebody tries to enter the vehicle after the key is removed; it also will not allow the engine to be started without the coded key. The remote keyless entry comes with a panic alarm, and the driver's door also has a keyless-entry pad for punching in an access code.

Other notable standard features include Electronic Automatic Temperature Control, an Audiophile sound system with seven speakers plus an 8-inch subwoofer, and 18-inch spoked wheels. Some of the available options are a tonneau cover, skid plates, a monochrome package, Sirius satellite radio, a moonroof, a Navigation system, and an Overhead Modular Rail Storage System with integrated dome and map lights. The Mark LT 4x4 also offers a limited-slip axle option.