Overview & Reviews
For 2012 the Lincoln MKS sees no changes apart from the availability of a blind-spot detection system (with cross-traffic alert as well).
- Spacious interior
- Plentiful standard features
- Good power and fuel economy from the turbocharged V6.
- Lackluster base V6
- Overpriced for what you get.
- Mediocre interior materials
- Strange combination of soggy handling and firm ride
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What was Ford thinking - 2012 Lincoln MKS
By carlcampbell - June 11 - 5:42 am
I have been seriously looking for a new American car for over 2- months and finally decided to buy a MKS. This is a fine car. It is very nice looking, drives smooth, gets good mileage, is high tech, has nice looking interior and large trunk. Everythink is A-OK except for a fatal flaw. The huge center console consumes all but a very small part of the center leg room. After driving the car for a short time, we could not get out of it fast enough. Leg cramps are certain to be experienced on a road trip. This is sad for a nice large vehicle like the MKS. What kind of "designers" and decision makers does Ford have. This is sad and I am sure this will cost Ford a lot of money.