Unlike its sister brand Mercury, Lincoln made the cut for survival among Ford's brands. Also unlike Mercury, Lincoln has been on a roll for the last several years with fresh product and unique vehicles re-building the brand's reputation for relaxed American luxury. The 2011 Lincoln MKS is perhaps the epitome of this renaissance, and that's why MotorAuthority rates it a solid 7.
The MKS's styling is unlike just about anything else in its class, but in a way that makes it unique rather than an outcast. Despite the large, chrome grille and bright chrome accents, it somehow manages to fly just below the radar--but this is one sedan that deserves your attention.
It's not the swiftest of performance sedans, but with the EcoBoost twin-turbocharged V-6 under its hood, generating a stout 355 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque, it's far from the slowest: 0-60 mph takes just 6.5 seconds, and it tops out at 135 mph, all while scoring an EPA-rated 17/25 mpg city/highway. The base 3.7-liter...
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