Lincoln MKS Leading the Way

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Ford has always prided itself on being an industry leader, which is why it has begun using direct-injection and turbocharging in order to downsize its engines and face future fuel-economy and CO2 standards. The 2010 Lincoln MKS is just that source of pride. The MKS comes with a 3.5L V-6 355-hp engine, which will soon be available in other Ford models. It also has a new electric steering system, new front and rear anti-roll bars, revised suspension, and a new upper-shock mount design.

On top of all that, the 2010 MKS is also available with an optional Sport Appearance package. The 2010 Lincoln MKS may not be a genuine sports car, but with its new features and various updates it sure does handle like one.

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