Complete Lincoln Mark LT lineup, specs, economy, dimensions

2005 Lincoln Mark LT - Technical Specs, Fuel economy, Dimensions2004 - 2008 Lincoln Mark LT Pick-upMark LT1 Trim 304 Hp

The Lincoln Mark LT is a luxury pickup truck manufactured and marketed by Lincoln, a luxury division of Ford Motor Company. The famous manufacturer created this pickup truck as the rebadged luxury version of the famous Ford F-150 truck and was the successor of the failed 2002 Lincoln Blackwood.

History of Lincoln Mark LT

Lincoln Mark LT First Generation (2006 - 2008)

A brand-new Lincoln Mark LT pickup truck made its way to the United States in the spring of 2005. The vehicle is based on Ford's iconic F-150 pickup truck platform and is built in Ford's modernized Dearborn assembly facility. The customer expected a degree of elegance, convenience, and usability in this vehicle class that has never before been seen. Lincoln built the automobile with just the best and most up-to-date materials. Design elements include an anti-scratch coating on the body is one example—a unique independent suspension with double wishbones and rear-dependent spring at the body's foundation. Each year in the United States, Lincoln anticipated selling 13,000 Mark LTs. With 10,274 units sold in the first calendar year, the Mark LT outsold the Blackwood in its first year of production. Although the Cadillac Escalade EXT sold more units in 2006 than the Mark LT, the 2007 EXT regularly outsold the Mark LT. After the 2008 model year, Ford stopped offering the Lincoln Mark LT in the United States and Canada. Ford replaced it with the Platinum trim level on the 2009 F-150.

Lincoln Mark LT Second Generation (2009 - 2014)

The second-generation Mark LT was discontinued in the United States, although Lincoln continued it on the market in Mexico, where it remains the brand's best-selling model. The Mark LT is built on the Ford F-150 from the 12th generation, with just minor stylistic differences as the front fascia and taillights. It boasts full-coverage leather-covered from seats, steering wheels to the dashboard, wood trims, and an LCD-based infotainment system positioned on the center console. Lincoln sold the Mark LT in two bed lengths: short and long. Lincoln discontinued the Mark LT after the debut of the 2015 F-Series, putting the 2014 model year the final year for the Mark LT.


The company sold the model with an MSRP of $38,615 in 2007 ($52,838 in 2020). If you're planning to buy an old model in America today, you'll get different prices according to the year the model year:

  • 2006 - $6,250 - $7,325
  • 2007 - $7,600 - $8,650
  • 2008 - $9,200 - $10,800


The LT has four complete doors, a three-passenger back seat, and front captain's seats, providing ample space and comfort for five persons. With an 8,600-pound towing capacity and a cargo of 1,460 pounds, the Lincoln Mark LT can haul a lot; it's tricky to transport longer goods in its short bed model. This year, all Mark LTs come standard with Sirius Satellite Radio, a remote start system, a rearview camera, and the Monochrome Appearance Package, which includes body-color bumpers, body-color grille surround, and 20-inch seven-spoke chrome wheels. Ebony-wood details, leather seats, unique gauges, and delightful textures abound within the Lincoln Mark LT, which stands apart from the original F-Series. Excellent music system and additional rear-seat entertainment system.


The Lincoln Mark LT engine delivers 300 hp (224 kW) at 5,000 rpm and 365 lb-ft (495 Nm) at 3,750 rpm of torque. The Mark LT accelerates from 0 to 60 mph (97 kph) in 10 seconds and has a curb weight of 5,677 lbs (2,575 kg). Lincoln sold the Mark LT as a four-wheel-drive (4WD) powered by a 5.4L V8 SOHC 24-valve engine.

Release Date

In January 2005, Lincoln Mark LT initially went on the market for the 2006 model year.