2011 Lincoln MKS Values

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2011 model year changes

For 2011, Lincoln's LINCOLN MKS continues mostly unchanged. The available voice-activated navigation system is now paired with HD Radio, and Ford's MyKey system is also now available. In addition, a new Pull-Drift Compensation system monitors steering input and helps to compensate by automatically adjusting for both high winds and uneven road surfaces.

Competitive comparison

Affordable, mid-priced luxury; distinctive design; efficient EcoBoost engine available

Special features for 2011

The LINCOLN MKS is a full-sized sedan and utilizes a platform shared with the Ford Taurus, with a very roomy interior and tons of technology that is new for Lincoln, such as keyless entry and adaptive cruise control, items usually found on much higher-priced luxury sedans. The EcoBoost engine improves both performance--by 75 hp--and fuel economy, with an EPA-estimated 17 mpg city and 25 mpg highway.
As Lincoln's flagship car, the 2011 Lincoln MKS is a full size, 5-passenger luxury sport sedan offering loads of technology and luxury options. Introduced in 2009 and with powertrain upgrades in 2010, the 2011 MKS is offered with a standard 3.7-liter 274-hp V6 with FWD or AWD, optional is Ford's new EcoBoost 3.5-liter twin-turbo 355-hp V6 shared with the Ford Taurus SHO offered with AWD only. Both engines are paired to a 6-speed paddle-shift automatic transmission and in EcoBoost spec, the MKS delivers 17/25 mpg city/hwy. Optional 20 inch wheels, adaptive HID headlamps, and active park assist complement Bridge of Weir leather, Ford Sync, THX audio, side curtain airbags, collision warning with brake support, and stability control. The MKS is a strong entry in the full-size luxury sedan segment with its innovative new engine, numerous technology, comfort, and safety features competing with Lexus GS 350 and Infiniti M35.