About Lincoln Mark LT
The Lincoln Mark LT was manufactured and marketed by the luxury division of Ford. It was a full-size 4-door luxury pickup truck model. The Mark LT was introduced to the market in 2005 for the 2006 model year as the successor to the Lincoln Blackwood. It was designed to be the rebadged version of the Ford F-150 model, which was very popular at that time, for the luxury automobile market. The Lincoln Mark LT had a front-engine layout and was available in both rear-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive models. The Mark LT shared the assembly lines with the Ford F-150 and other models. The short-bed version of the vehicle was manufactured at the River Rouge Plant owned by Ford in Dearborn, Michigan while the long-bed version was made at the Ford Cuautitlan plant in Cuautitlan, Mexico.
Lincoln Mark LT was equipped with a 5.4L Triton V8 engine for its powertrain parts. It was paired with a 4-speed automatic transmission. Together, the Mark LT was provided with 330 horsepower and 365 pounds-per-foot of torque. The short-bed Lincoln Mark LT was 223.8 inches in length. The long-bed was 235.6 inches in length. Both versions were 78/9 inches in height while the short-bed had a 139-inch wheelbase, and the long-bed had a 151-inch wheelbase. The heights were different for the all-wheel-drive and rear-wheel-driver model, the former was 76 inches high while the latter was 73.5 inches high.
Lincoln Mark LT parts online
Lincoln Mark LT had many standard parts to satisfy customers. These parts included heated front seats, leather seating, wood accents, remote keyless entry, and a premium stereo system with MP3/CD capability. Additional parts were also offered for those who want a better experience. Customers were able to choose from the rear-parking sensor, running boards, a rear-seat DVD entertainment system, chrome bed-rail caps, a set of 18-inch chrome wheels, a power-operated rear window, and power-adjustable pedals. The model received upgrades in both 2007 and 2008, adding a new grille, a DVD-based navigation system, a new color for the exterior design, and a rearview camera backup system with other luxury and cosmetic parts.