2010 Lincoln MKS EcoBoost

2010 Lincoln MKS EcoBoost

Base price (with destination): $48,285
Price as tested: $56,625

Standard Equipment:
All-wheel-drive
Adaptive HID headlights
Heated power mirrors
Easy fuel capless fuel system
Sirius satellite radio
SYNC voice activated system
Heated and cooled front seats
Heated rear seats
Dual-zone automatic climate control
Securicode keyless entry
Rear parking sensors
Side and side curtain airbags
SOS post-crash system

Options on this vehicle:
Rapid spec 201A - $3500
- Dual panel moonroof
- Voice activated navigation
- Rearview camera
Premium sound system
Active park assist - $535
Adaptive cruise control - $1310
EcoBoost appearance package - $2995
- 20-inch chrome cast aluminum wheels
- Interior metallic trim
- Exterior body kit

Key options not on vehicle:
None

Fuel economy:
(city/hwy/combined)
17 / 25 / 20 mpg

Engine:
Size: 3.5L twin-turbocharged direct-injection V-6
Horsepower: 355 hp @ 5700 rpm
Torque: 350 lb-ft @ 3500 rpm

Drive:
All-wheel

Transmission:
6-speed automatic

Weight: 4276 lb

Wheels/tires:
20-inch chrome wheels
245/45 all-season tires

Competitors: Cadillac STS, BMW 5-series, Mercedes-Benz E-class, Hyundai Genesis, Audi A6, Lexus GS

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tonkatoytruck
I agree with those who say Ford should start from scratch. It is just too slow, too ugly, too expensive, and too late!!!!But Ford is notorious for putting off platform changes. Look at the Mustang. It will be 2014 before it gets a new independant rear suspension.Ford used to be on the cutting edge. Now they are parked on the emergency lane.
dacronic1
in the article it says that you wouldnt put it in the same category as the bmw 5 series and audi a6 yet for its competitors you put those exact cars and a few other that dont make sense and a few that do. who understands u guys

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