2015 Lincoln MKS ratings and reviews

The Lincoln MKS is known for being an affordable selection in its class of luxury sedans, so it’s no surprise that, for 2015, Lincoln brought back its two feature-packed trim levels and range of package options for drivers to pick the options that are most important to them. Drivers can choose from the base MKS, which comes standard with front-wheel drive (all-wheel is optional) or the MKS with EcoBoost trim, which adds a turbocharged V6 engine and standard all-wheel drive for a slight dip in fuel economy with a combined range of 20 mpg. The base MKS includes LED taillights, front and rear parking sensors, traction control, a solar-tinted windshield, a remote start system, dual-zone automatic climate control, and cruise control. MKS with EcoBoost also adds active noise control and 20-inch wheels. Either trim can get a Technology Package with the purchase of the Elite Package to get adaptive cruise control and active park assist.

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The Lincoln MKS is known for being an affordable selection in its class of luxury sedans, so it’s no surprise that, for 2015, Lincoln brought back its two feature-packed trim levels and range of package options for drivers to pick the options that are most important to them. Drivers can choose from the base MKS, which comes standard with front-wheel drive (all-wheel is optional) or the MKS with EcoBoost trim, which adds a turbocharged V6 engine and standard all-wheel drive for a slight dip in fuel economy with a combined range of 20 mpg. The base MKS includes LED taillights, front and rear parking sensors, traction control, a solar-tinted windshield, a remote start system, dual-zone automatic climate control, and cruise control. MKS with EcoBoost also adds active noise control and 20-inch wheels. Either trim can get a Technology Package with the purchase of the Elite Package to get adaptive cruise control and active park assist.


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