On the road, the MKS has a firm ride for a Lincoln, though comfortable, even with the 20-in. wheels. Twisty roads reveal predictable manners; the MKS may not be as pointable as a rear-drive sedan of similar size, but it does have well controlled body motions and steering that's not overboosted.
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6.4 sec0 to 60 Acceleration
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3.9Comfort and Convenience see details
3.2Safety Features see details
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|The Lincoln MKS is available in 2 trims:|
| 2009 LincolnMKS Base 4dr Front-wheel Drive|
2009 LincolnMKS Base 4dr All-wheel Drive
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