New 2013 Lincoln MKS: 9 Things You Need To Know

EDITOR’S NOTE: MKS now replaced by the MKZ sedan

Newly crafted interior of the 2013 Lincoln MKS features an all-new instrument panel, MyLincoln Touch and new colour schemes crafted with new premium materials and genuine stitching
Better handling, increased power, improved fuel efficiency, additional standard equipment, more refinement and new technologies that help drivers reduce accident risks provide luxury customers with important new reasons to consider Lincoln and its flagship sedan, the new MKS. The full-size Lincoln MKS sports an updated, sleeker style for 2013 that headlines a range of improvements that match or exceed more expensive luxury-class contenders.
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2013 Lincoln MKS Main Features to know about: 

  1. The Lincoln MKS is the only car in its segment to offer Continuously Controlled Damping (CCD) as standard equipment. By monitoring
    suspension settings up to 500 times per second, the real-time system delivers a more engaging ride with improved handling, making the 2013 model the best-handling, most road-refined MKS ever
  2. Lincoln Drive Control allows drivers to easily change the on-road personality of the MKS. Moving the gear selector from ‘Drive’ to ‘Sport’ automatically adjusts handling performance, ride firmness, throttle response, shift feel, steering response and traction control/electronic stability control parameters. Drivers can further personalize the CCD suspension settings, including selecting the smoother-riding Comfort setting, using MyLincoln Touch
  3. More projected standard horsepower (300 horsepower vs. 274 horsepower for 2012) is coupled with improved fuel economy; projected 19 mpg city/28 mpg highway, a 3-mpg highway improvement versus today’s car
  4. Significantly larger brake components increase braking power and fade resistance while improving pedal feel
  5. Improving quietness, additional noise barriers and absorbers are placed in the front wheel wells, around the shock towers, under the hood and in the trunk. Redesigned exterior rearview mirrors reduce wind noise
  6. Expanded SYNC functionality includes standard Operator Assist and local Wi-Fi hotspot capabilities for laptops and tablets
  7. Collision warning, new Lane Keeping Alert and new Lane Keeping Aid technologies help warn drivers of potentially dangerous situations and can help them avoid common accidents
  8. Exterior styling updates include new grille, hood, front fenders, HID headlamps, front fascia, 19- and 20-inch aluminum wheels, decklid, rear fascia, LED tail lamps and exhaust tips
  9. Newly crafted interior features an all-new instrument panel, MyLincoln Touch and rich new color schemes complementing new premium materials and genuine stitching

Learn more – Lincoln MKZ (MKS replaced by this model)

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