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2012 Lincoln MKS Consumer Discussions

Cadillac entered a new market with the ATS, a market that is already hot and saturated with the BMW 3 series, Mercedes C Class and Audi A4/S4 among others. Those shopping an MKZ would be more interest...

more luxurious and better looking than its MKS rival) on sale before then. Maybe Lincoln should stop with the useless but still costly tweaks to the likes of the current MKS and MKT, and move full ti...

BLIS requires some pretty significant changes so it was not part of the 2010 MKS revisions. The other Ford products that got BLIS had more major changes and it could be implemented more easily than i...

Well first, don't believe everything your read about Lincoln. Most especially if it is written by Lincoln marketing as they have trouble even deciding how their stupid letter names should be pronoun?...

The good looking Taurus that is scheduled for late 2009 introduction (2010 model year) will be on an upgraded version of the current platform - D3 -2, same as the MKS. After that, around 2012, it ver...

What would be the money factor and residual for the MKS AWD 15k / year on a 24 month lease?...

Why do they list here that this will not be produced until 2016 when everywhere else is reporting this is a 2014 model that is essentially production ready much like the 2013 MKS concept at the 2012 N...
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