2011 Lincoln MKS

2011 Lincoln MKS

$44k luxury car, designed in U.S.A., built in Mexico 16 city / 23 hwy 304-437 mile range, gas engine
270 hp 225 cu. in. V6 4 stars stability control, ABS, child door locks

What are people saying about the MKS

"Good power and fuel economy from the turbocharged V6."
edmunds.com | talking about the vehicle's performance
"Has the potential to battle for the hearts and minds of luxury car buyers."
edmunds.com | talking about the vehicle's external styling
"Plenty of interior and cargo space."
edmunds.com | talking about the vehicle's storage


The MKS vs other Recent luxury cars

Drivetrain type Better drivetrain traction Help
all-wheel drive
Passengers Above average number of seats Help
front seats Spacious front seats Help
56.4 ft3
paddle shifters Paddle shifters Help
Cupholders Many cupholders Help
Transmission Has a semi-automatic transmission Help
premium radio Premium radio Help
MSRP Very inexpensive Help
back seats Spacious back seats Help
49.5 ft3
child door locks Child door locks Help
CD changer CD changer Help
Has subwoofer Has a subwoofer Help
power outlets Power outlets Help


The MKS vs other Recent luxury cars

rear air conditioning Rear air conditioning Help
Not Available
1/4 mile Pokey 1/4 mile time Help
15.4 s s @ 90.0 mph mph
Curb-to-curb turning radius Wider turning radius Help
39.7 ft
Lateral acceleration Poor cornering ability Help
0.75 g
Rollover resistance Higher risk of rolling over during emergency lane change Help
4 stars
moon roof Moon roof Help
Not Available
Has rear spoiler Doesn't have a rear spoiler Help
Number of speakers Very few speakers Help
0-60 mph Sluggish 0-60 time Help
7.5 seconds
Braking distance at 60mph Lengthy braking distance from 60mph Help
130 ft
Horsepower Somewhat underpowered Help
270 HP @ 6,250 RPM
Power-to-weight ratio Less sporty performance Help
15.9 lb/hp
Top speed Below average top speed Help
134 mph
Air compressor Naturally-aspirated engine Help
Has speed sensitive volume Lacks speed-sensitive volume Help
folding rear seats Folding rear seats Help
Not Available

Other Trims

This model comes with all-wheel drive, but the MKS is also available with front-wheel drive.

Discussion What do you think about the 2011 Lincoln MKS?

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