A thorough overhaul last year brought a new look to the MKS, which shares a platform with the Ford Taurus. From its standard continually-adaptive suspension and available all-wheel drive to its 365-horsepower EcoBoost V6 engine and myriad of cool electronic interfaces, the MKS is Lincoln-style luxury at its best.
What's New for 2014
Changes to the 2014 Lincoln MKS are minor—most notable is the addition of a standard rear-view camera. An aggressive new pricing strategy has also lowered the price of a 2014 MKS by about $2,000 compared to the 2013 model.
Choosing Your Lincoln MKS
The first decision an MKS buyer makes is between two trim levels defined by their engines:
Both engines can run on regular unleaded gasoline and are teamed to a SelectShift 6-speed automatic that can be manually shifted.
Standard equipment on both models includes SYNC connectivity, adaptive HID headlights, 12-way power front seats, leather upholstery, heated and cooled front seats, and automatic climate control. Push-button start and 19-inch cast aluminum wheels also come standard, as do blind-spot monitors, a rear-view camera and Lincoln's Forward and Reverse Sensing system.