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Will be tough to give up when lease is up

HoJo, 11/11/2017
2015 Lincoln MKS 4dr Sedan AWD (3.7L 6cyl 6A)
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My MKS is a 3 year leased vehicle and I have a little less than a year left on the lease. This is the first car I've ever had that has just about every option available, including massaging seats, but I don't use half of the things. I am truly interested in trying out a Continental, so I guess it will depend on the deal they are will to work, as my residual at the end of the lease is highly reasonable. I am really torn about what I'm going to do. The brakes are very touchy on this car, and every once in a while there is a bogging when I hit the gas. I am a fast driver, not a typical MKS driver, so I do put the pedal down. My other car is a Mustang GT, and that car flies. I really do love this car a lot, but after 36 years in the military, and pretty much kept cars for 200,000+ miles, I feel I've reached a point where I want to spoil myself a bit. Did I mention that I love this car? Because I do.

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5 out of 5 stars

Great car

Lincoln MKS Owner, 12/08/2015
updated 06/12/2017
2015 Lincoln MKS 4dr Sedan (3.7L 6cyl 6A)
22 of 30 people found this review helpful

Having owned a 2009 Lincoln Town Car in the past, the 2015 MKS is just as good or better in ride and quality. The seats are actually more comfortable than the Town Car. On trips, the adaptive cruise control is a very impressive feature when approaching slower cars in front of you. Their is plenty of power when passing with the 3.7 engine. Some individuals find the SYNC with MyLincoln Touch difficult to use, but once you get the basics down, it's rather easy to use including navigation. So far we are very impressed with this vehicle and look forward to trips this coming year.

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Lincoln MKS

J Weipert, 05/04/2017
2015 Lincoln MKS 4dr Sedan AWD (3.7L 6cyl 6A)
6 of 9 people found this review helpful

Watch th emileage - you will find low mileage cars if you wait

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5 out of 5 stars

College student in LOVE WITH THIS CAR (200,000)

John Smith, 09/27/2020
2015 Lincoln MKS 4dr Sedan (3.7L 6cyl 6A)
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Has been a great car and I couldn’t ask for more. Has over 200,000 miles and still runs like it’s brand new. The only thing I’ve ever had to service (other than routine maintenance) was the HVAC mode door actuator which was a very cheap fix. Other than that it’s been perfect. Has plenty of space and I was particularly surprised with the amount of power that this car has regardless of how big and heavy the car is. Great ride quality too // p.s. it’s so quiet and smooth you can barely tell how fast you’re going at highway speeds sometimes. Great stylish looks and modern technology inside and out even on the base model. My friends love it too ;)

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5 out of 5 stars

Over 150,000 miles and no issues whatsoever

Ish, 12/17/2021
2015 Lincoln MKS 4dr Sedan (3.7L 6cyl 6A)
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Only weird thing I've had to replace was the servo in the vents that changed the air from floor to defrost, at 115,000 miles. I'm over 150,000 now and it's had no major issues, that one minor issue, and no other real complaints for reliability. It's started no issues in -30f up to 105. One thing I would've liked is if the processor in the touch screen was much faster. It takes a good full 1-2 seconds for it to respond to anything you do. Just having a faster processor in that to make it instant response would make the car feel modern even today. But it felt aged brand new due to the terrible slowness from the start. Come on Ford. Power is perfect, don't need more, don't want less. Handling is incredible, especially if you put Michelin Pilot 4 (all season) tires on it. Braking is great, I did front pads last at 105,000, and at 146,000 I put new pads on the rear brakes. I've done one wheel bearing around every 50,000 miles now, it's never really certain how long a bearing will last but they're part of normal maintenance. Black seats are VERY hard to clean. With the perforations for the AC seats, any dust particles that are white will get caught in the little holes and are basically impossible to get out to make the seats look clean again.

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