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Lincoln MKS

2013-2016
2013 Redesign Year
Lincoln MKS 2016
Lincoln's outdated and outclassed flagship, while bristling with luxury features, also hosts a myriad of flaws. These include a cramped driving position and cave-like visibility. Handling is ungainly, the ride is neither isolating enough nor adequately composed, and the powerful engine is coarse. While our test car had an extra-cost package that included active cruise control and a forward-collision warning, we found the forward-collision warning overactive and intrusive. Lane departure warning and self-parking systems are optional, along with a host of other modern driver's aids.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2016 $27,575 - $32,225 $24,670 - $29,170
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2015 $23,725 - $27,575 $20,865 - $24,615
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2014 $20,900 - $24,500 $18,100 - $21,600
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2013 $18,325 - $21,650 $15,485 - $18,735
2009-2012
2009 Redesign Year
Lincoln MKS 2012
This sedan debuted in 2009, with a 3.7-liter V6 that provides good power but isn't particularly refined. In lieu of a V8, a turbocharged V6 is available, as is all-wheel-drive. The ride is comfortable, but not always settled. Handling is secure, but lacks agility and none of the three suspension settings are ideal. The interior is roomy, but the driving position and footwell are narrow. Despite nice interior materials, details come up short. A short opening limits the usefulness of the otherwise huge trunk, and a high rear deck restricts rear visibility. More recent models gained the MyLincoln Touch infotainment system, which is convoluted and frustrating to use.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2012 $15,725 - $18,825 $12,880 - $15,880
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2011 $13,325 - $16,250 $10,525 - $13,275
2010 $11,475 - $14,125 $8,715 - $11,215
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2009 $9,875 - $10,950 $7,175 - $8,175