The outdated and outclassed Lincoln MKS will soon be phased out, to be replaced by the stylish, all-new Continental. Good thing, as the MKS feels out of step with the automaker's more impressive, recent models. This large, Ford Taurus-based sedan is powered by a choice of thrashy, unrefined 3.7-liter V6 or a potent 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6. For its size, the cabin feels decidedly cave-like, exaggerated by the limited outward visibility. The ride-something a luxury car should be good at-is neither isolating enough nor adequately composed. The infotainment system makes a notable update to Sync 3 for 2016. Despite the trunk's size, a small opening limits its usefulness. Don't be tempted by the ever-increasing discounts to move remaining inventory.