Description: Full-Size Luxury Pickup Truck
Base MSRP Range: $38,680 - $42,235
Invoice Price Range: $34,105 - $37,163
Where built: USA
The first pickup for Lincoln -- riding on the full-size chassis of Ford's best-selling F-150 truck -- shows a profile that's similar to F-150 but Lincoln design cues apply, such as the waterfall grille up front, a band of shiny chrome ringing the vehicle and four thick-spoke wheels plated in chrome. Inside the four-door cab, there's genuine wood accents with soft leather covering all seats and textured aluminum dotting door panels and the front console.
And there's a truck-strong powertrain on tap with Ford's 5.4-liter Triton V8 kicking out 300 hp. High power and torque ratings for the Triton engine make the Mark LT worthy for towing a hefty trailer, as maximum tow capacity rises to 8900 pounds and payload capacity in the truck's back bed tallies to 1620 pounds.
Optional gear extends to four-wheel-drive (4WD) traction, power adjustable pedals, a power moonroof and running boards.
Surprising new themes for products emerge in the 2006 slate of products by Lincoln from the Lincoln-Mercury Division of Ford Motor Company. Lincoln classics return, such as elegant Town Car the flagship sedan and humongous Navigator the premium SUV, plus the LS sport-tuned performance sedan. Yet Lincoln gets a new mid-size luxury sedan called Zephyr, as well as Lincoln's first truck -- the Mark LT with full-size dimensions and a plush five-seat cabin.