U.S. prices of 2013 Lincoln MKS and MKT






Lincoln unveiled on its website tariffs (excluding shipping costs) of its 2013 MKS and MKT in the United States. The MKS large sedan starts at 42,810 dollars, a price that includes leather, heated front seats and coolers as well as xenon lights. It will cost at least $ 49 800 to offer Ecoboost version, its 355 horses and four-wheel drive. Both engines offer three trim levels: Base, Base + Premium (adds the BLIS, HD radio or GPS with backup camera) + Base and Elite Package (adds multi-contour seats, wood and wheels 20 inches of Ecoboost). The most expensive version is $ 54 400. The current MKS starts at 41,500 dollars and 48,390 3.7-liter V6 Ecoboost dollars. The MKT crossover starts at 45,285 dollars, 47,280 dollars Ecoboost and peaks at 50 780 dollars for the Ecoboost + Elite Package. Standard equipment includes SYNC, the trunk with the leg and BVA6 SelecShift with steering wheel controls. The Ecoboost adds the four-wheel drive and the CCD. Elite Package adds the BLIS, HD radio, heated steering wheel, GPS with voice recognition or THX audio system. It offers a wider choice of options including the Technology Package ($ 2,000) which includes adaptive cruise control, collision warning with brake assist, alert Lane and parking assistance. The rates of the current MKT are 44 300 and 46 295 dollars. Both models offer eight exterior colors.

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