Lincoln MKS Owner's Manuals
The MKS is a full-size five-door premium sedan that replaced the Town Car. The car used the Ford D3 platform. The model was first introduced in 2006, and six years later the manufacturer restyled it.
The exterior of the MKS is characterized by solidity and presentability. The body is characterized by smooth lines. The curves on the hood, which go to the radiator grille and divides it in half, give the silhouette elegance. In the center is the logo of the brand. The design of the grille is distinguished by vertical, slightly beveled lines. To complete the overall picture are 19-inch light-alloy wheels.
The car interior is distinguished by the use of high-class finishing materials. The manufacturer used natural leather, plastic, and wood for the overlays, inserts, and other elements.
The car is equipped with V-shaped 6-cylinder engines with a working volume of 3.5 and 3.7 liters. It is equipped with a six-speed automatic transmission.
In the U.S., the price of the basic version starts from 43 thousand USD.
The interior is quite spacious for both the driver and rear row passengers. The car can fully qualify for the E-class and is considered the flagship among Lincoln models.