At a Glance
|Pricing||$40,690 - $50,930|
|Drive Types||FWD, AWD|
|Engines||3.5l V6 T, 3.7l V6|
|Fuel Economy||17-19 (city), 25-28 (highway)|
The MKS is a large sedan derived from the Ford Taurus as a kind spiritual successor to the Taurus-based Continentals of the 90s. With more restrained styling than other recent Lincoln products, the MKS should appeal to buyers in the relatively conservative mid-sized luxury segment. With prices starting at $40,000, the MKS competes with a wide swath of the luxury segment. In terms of size, the MKS is larger than most mid-sized luxury automobiles and roughly equivalent to the short-wheelbase models of flagship sedans like the BMW 7-Series, Lexus LS, and Audi A8. The spacious interior features a large instrument panel draped in leather and large leather seats. The standard 3.7L V6 produces over 300-bhp, which is more than enough to make the optional AWD worth considering. For even more power, select the turbocharged 3.5L V6, which adds another 65 horsepower.
Better handling, increased power, improved fuel efficiency, additional standard equipment, more refinement and new technologies that help drivers reduce accident risks provide luxury customers with important new reasons to consider Lincoln and its flagship sedan, the new MKS. The full-size Lincoln MKS sports an updated, sleeker style for 2013 that headlines a range of improvements that match or exceed more expensive luxury-class contenders. NEW LINCOLN MKS HIGHLIGHTS > The Lincoln MKS is the only car in...Read.
|MKS 100A||3.7l V6 (300-bhp)||A6||FWD||19/28/23||57||$40,690|
|MKS 101A||3.7l V6 (300-bhp)||A6||FWD||19/28/23||57||$43,940|
|MKS 100A||3.7l V6 (300-bhp)||A6||AWD||18/26/22||58||$42,685|
|MKS 101A||3.7l V6 (300-bhp)||A6||AWD||18/26/22||58||$45,935|
|MKS 200A||3.5l V6 T (365-bhp)||A6||AWD||17/25/21||64||$47,680|
|MKS 201A||3.5l V6 T (365-bhp)||A6||AWD||17/25/21||64||$50,930|