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Used Lincoln MKS Luxury Vehicles

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2014 Lincoln MKS What's new for 2014? 
2014 Lincoln MKS

Changes to the 2014 Lincoln MKS are minor, the most notable of which is the addition of a standard rear-view camera. An aggressive new pricing strategy lowers the price of a 2014 model by about $2,000 compared to the 2013 car.

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2013 Lincoln MKS What's new for 2013? 
2013 Lincoln MKS

The 2013 Lincoln MKS gets a major overhaul, with new styling both in and out, a more powerful 3.7-liter V6 engine and a host of new electronic driver aids. These include Lincoln Drive Control, which changes the way the car drives and handles depending on transmission setting, and a continuously controlled damping system that constantly adapts to varying road conditions.

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2011 Lincoln MKS What's new for 2011? 
2011 Lincoln MKS

For 2011, HD Radio is added to the Lincoln MKS' available voice-activated navigation system.

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2010 Lincoln MKS What's new for 2010? 
2010 Lincoln MKS

For 2010, Lincoln offers the twin-turbocharged EcoBoost V6 in the MKS. Good for 355 horsepower, the EcoBoost engine delivers V8-like power with V6 fuel economy. New standard features include MyKey programmable speed and radio volume system, a power rear sunshade, rain sensing wipers, the Forward Sensing System, adaptive HID head lamps and intelligent access with push button start. New options include Active Park Assist for one-touch parallel parking and a number of appearance and convenience packages.

About Lincoln MKS

The 2015 Lincoln MKS luxury sedan looks the part of a luxury car, with clean lines, an impressive grille, and plenty of high-tech gadgets filling the interior. While Lincoln may have Audi and BMW aspirations for its biggest sedan, the reality is that it's not quite up to the sophistication levels of those cars. Instead, it hits cars like the Acura RLX, Chrysler 300, Cadillac XTS, and the Hyundai Genesis – which is still some pretty good company to keep. The Lincoln MKS lets buyers choose between two V6 engines, one of which is the excellent EcoBoost V6 which comes coupled with all-wheel drive. Add cool electronic interfaces such as touch-sensitive climate controls, and the MKS is luxury done Lincoln style.