2014 Lincoln MKS

Up to 17 MPG city / 25 MPG hwy
$40,690 - $47,680

2014 Lincoln MKS

2014 Lincoln MKS

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Lincoln has been trying for a while now to differentiate themselves as the premium alternative to their siblings at Ford. With a significant refresh for their 2013 model year flagship sedan, they seem to be moving in the right direction. As true luxury lives in the interior, Lincoln "have made the new MKS interior much more inviting and engaging, with new capacitive controls and MyLincoln Touch." Breaking away from a linear interior design from the generation before, the new MKS favors sweeping lines that flow from the center stack out through the dashboard to visually open up the cabin. Luxurious accommodations like 12-way adjustable, heated and cooled seats make their way onto the standard features list, while a retractable sunshade and heated steering wheel are offered as options. Natural woods adorning the dash are a pleasant contrast to the tech-laden gauge cluster housing an analog speedometer surrounded by two full-color LCD screens, adjustable from steering wheel mounted controls. To compliment the interior trim upgrades and upgraded features, the new MKS also benefits from revised suspension and significant engine upgrades. Both motors offered are V6, though the 3.5-liter EcoBoost gains two turbochargers for an additional 65 horsepower over the 3.7-liter's 300 horses. See more... See Less

3 Available Trims
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  • 304

    HP

    19city

    28hwy

    $

    40,690

    MSRP

  • 304

    HP

    18city

    26hwy

    $

    42,685

    MSRP

  • 365

    HP

    17city

    25hwy

    $

    47,680

    MSRP

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Reviews and Ratings
Overall
Pros Cons
Ride is superb; this car looks and feels like a million dollars I don't think it gets as good gas miles as it should
Style - outward design, sharp interior, sporty yet luxurious Trunk access area is too small
The lincoln is a pleasure to have and to drive. To loud when driving and accelerating to pass quickly
It's a strong car and you really feel elegant in it. Console/glove compartment storage space
One quick touch and windows go up all the way - no guessing Rear end of vehicle appear higher than front end
Overall driving dynamics - very comfortable ride No good front cup holders - 2 cups don't fit
Fuel efficiency relative to the size of vehicle Rear seat leg room- trunk opening to small
Outstanding handling with the awd Too much outside road noise / more insulation needed in trunk.
I like the keypad lock on the outside of the door Trunk release in glove compartment: put it back on driver side.
Voice activation for radio & navigation system Navagation needs better ease of operation