Lincoln MKS dimensions
Latest model: Lincoln MKS Sedan (2012)
Length: 204.1 (in) = 5184 (mm)
Width: 75.9 (in) = 1928 (mm)
Height: 61.6 (in) = 1565 (mm)
Compare Lincoln MKS dimensions to: Lincoln MKZ, Cadillac CTS, Buick LaCrosse, Audi A6
Lincoln MKS details:
Though boasting a plethora of traditional features and substantial dashboard room, the 2012 Lincoln MKS is outclassed by the competition and less expensive sedans alike. Lincoln MKS Sedan offers the following pros: Roomy interior; plentiful traditional features; good performance and fuel efficiency from the turbocharged V6. Lincoln MKS Sedan drawbacks are: Lackluster base V6; strange mix of soggy handling and firm ride; mediocre dashboard materials; overpriced for what you get.
The 2012 Lincoln MKS comes in three versions: FWD, AWD and Ecoboost. The FWD and AWD models come traditional with 18-inch alloy wheels, parking sensors, foglights, rain-sensing wipers, heated power-operated outside mirrors with memory, an integrated blind-spot mirror and auto-dimming on the driver side, automatic adaptive xenon headlamps, automatic high beams, keyless entry/ignition and a slick version of Ford's venerable touchpad entry system that's embedded in the base of the B-pillar.
Dashboard traditional features include a performance back sunshade, cruise control, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, leather upholstery, a performance tilt-and-telescoping helm, dual-zone automatic conditioning, heated and ventilated eight-way performance front seatings (with performance lumbar support), heated back seatings, driver memory options, the Sync voice-activation system (includes turn-turn directions), a Thx-certified audio system with an in-dash Six-cd changer, radio and an optional stereo slot. The Ecoboost is similarly equipped but has a more comprehensive twin-turbocharged motor and 19-inch wheels.
The Navigation suite adds a blind-spot detection system (with cross-traffic alert), a back-up camera, a touchscreen hard-drive-based navigator with Sirius Travel Link, and an updated 14-speaker Thx-certified surround-sound system with a single DVD/CD player, HD radio and 10GB of digital audio cargo.
The Ultimate suite adds all Navigation items plus updated leather upholstery and a dual-pane sunroof (stand-alone on Non-ecoboost models). An Ecoboost Look suite adds sporty look look-and-feel cues like original 20-inch chrome wheels, exclusive seatings, illuminated sill plates and a leather-wrapped helm.
Other features include 19- and 20-inch wheels, adaptive cruise control and, on the Ecoboost, Ford's automatic parking system. .