Until the reborn Lincoln Continental goes on sale, the MKS is Ford's luxury division's largest sedan. Despite various updates over the years, the MKS is outdated and outclassed. It has plenty of luxury features but they can't cover up fundamental flaws, including a cramped driving position and cave-like visibility. Handling is ungainly, the ride is neither isolating enough nor adequately composed, and the powerful 3.7-liter engine is coarse. A twin-turbocharged V6 improves refinement and adds more power, but doesn't turn the MKS into a luxury sports sedan.
The MKS represents a $10,000 upgrade over the Ford Taurus upon which it's based, but comes up lower in our test scores.
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