2016 Lincoln MKS ratings and reviews

2016 marked the final year for Lincoln’s MKS, so the car didn’t see many notable changes. However, the luxury sedan did bring back its two trim levels – the base MKS and MKS EcoBoost – which are both packed with a wide range of standard features. Leather upholstery, heated and ventilated front seats, MyLincoln Touch, Bluetooth connectivity, a mobile WiFi hotspot, and a remote start system are just some of the base features in the MKS. The EcoBoost gets a more powerful V6 engine and standard all-wheel drive with up to 19 combined miles per gallon. Lincoln offers a few packages for the MKS, including a Cold Weather Package with a heated steering wheel and heated seats, and the Technology Package with Active Park Assist and lane keeping assistance. The 2016 MKS includes a 48-month/50,000-mile basic warranty and up to 24 months or 24,000 miles of routine maintenance coverage to keep it road-ready.

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2016 marked the final year for Lincoln’s MKS, so the car didn’t see many notable changes. However, the luxury sedan did bring back its two trim levels – the base MKS and MKS EcoBoost – which are both packed with a wide range of standard features. Leather upholstery, heated and ventilated front seats, MyLincoln Touch, Bluetooth connectivity, a mobile WiFi hotspot, and a remote start system are just some of the base features in the MKS. The EcoBoost gets a more powerful V6 engine and standard all-wheel drive with up to 19 combined miles per gallon. Lincoln offers a few packages for the MKS, including a Cold Weather Package with a heated steering wheel and heated seats, and the Technology Package with Active Park Assist and lane keeping assistance. The 2016 MKS includes a 48-month/50,000-mile basic warranty and up to 24 months or 24,000 miles of routine maintenance coverage to keep it road-ready.
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