The 2015 Lincoln MKS sedan comes in three trim levels: Transfer (front-wheel drive), awd (all-wheel drive) and EcoBoost. The 2015 Lincoln MKS Transfer and 2015 Lincoln MKS AWD models come with standard 19-inch alloy wheels, rear parking sensors, adaptive suspension dampers, adaptive Xenon headlamps, automatic high beams, fog-lights, remote start, key-less ignition / entry, external keypad entry and heated mirrors with driver-side auto-dimming.
Inside, 2015 Lincoln MKS, buyer can find leather upholstery, heated and the air-eight way power front seats (with driver memory settings for four-way lumbar adjustment), a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, the dual-zone automatic climate control, a rearview camera, Sync control Lincoln’s voice, the MyLincoln Touch screen electronics interface, a WiFi hotspot, Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, and a 10-speaker system audio CD player, satellite radio and USB / iPod interface. The 2015 Lincoln MKS EcoBoost equipped with the same but comes with a more powerful turbocharged V6 engine, standard all-wheel drive (optional on other versions) and 20-inch wheels.
There are a number of optional packages. 2015 Lincoln MKS Elite package (Equipment Group 101A / 201A) includes blind-spot and rear cross-traffic alert, a rear power sunshade, and pedals power-adjustable, front multicontour seats feature massage, 16-speaker premium audio system sound (HD radio ), navigation system, Sirius / XM Travel Link services and premium wood accent package. With the package equipped Elite, you can then add a Cold Weather package and the Technology package, which features adaptive cruise control, a frontal collision warning, lane-keeping assist and automated parallel-parking system. The only major options stand-alone 20-inch wheels (for 2015 Lincoln MKS Transfer and 2015 Lincoln MKS AWD) and a dual sunroof panel.
2015 Lincoln MKS Interior
There is good and pleasing ambience inside the 2015 Lincoln MKS’s, thanks to a wealth of materials and often simple design and restrained, that it takes pains not many sites eyes with lines, shapes, buttons and switches. The dashboard in the front passenger space is an organized group of soft, padded material intersected with a single piece of wood-and-metal trim, present a calm, minimalist tone for the entire cabin.
All Minimalism does not contribute to improved driver experience, however. The primary reason for the center of the pile dashboard’s so pleasingly organized due to the MyLincoln Touch screen interface and touch-sensitive, “field effect” slider controls that displace regular handles and switches for the entertainment and climate control systems. The new-age controls to mitigate the button count, but as in other Ford and Lincoln vehicles that use variations of this setup, screen-based control can be slow to respond, graphics can be difficult to see while on the move and all the frustrating and finally enjoy reading. The field-effect touch controls certainly look star-ship grade, but they’re hard to use with precision and do little to improve the overall performance.
Otherwise, the 2015 Lincoln MKScabin is the abundance of its headroom and legroom. Yet even with generous passenger volume Sedan of approximately 106 cubic, front seat occupants can get a sense of overwhelming pinched, as the thickness of the pillars of the roof, the width of the center console and glass high level conspiracy to make the space seem smaller than it is. No issues such as the rear seat, where the high-mounted provided a natural seating position, but still leaves plenty of headroom. The 2015 Lincoln MKS large doors make up to make it easier to get out of the rear seat. The trunk of a 2015 Lincoln MKS is great, cargo space to its maximum of 19.2 cubic feet to swallow multiple full-size golf bags or four clubs.
2015 Lincoln MKS Engine
The 2015 Lincoln MKS Transfer and 2015 Lincoln MKS AWD models use the same engine and transmission combo: a V6 3.7-liter matched to a six automatic transmission speed. This engine generates 305 hp and 280 pound-feet of torque. EPA-estimated fuel economy of 22 mpg combined (19 city / 28 highway). The MKS awd drops to 21 mpg combined (18 city / 26 highway).
The 2015 Lincoln MKS EcoBoost and all-wheel drive but powered by a different, more powerful V6: a twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter that develops 365 hp and 350 lb-ft of torque. In the test, a Lincoln MKS EcoBoost disappeared from zero to 60 mph just 5.8 seconds. Fuel economy is rated at 20 mpg combined (17 city / 25 highway).
2015 Lincoln MKS Safety
The 2015 Lincoln MKS comes with stability and traction control, front-seat side airbags, side curtain airbags, antilock brakes, camera rearview and rear parking sensors. And standard MyKey feature that allows owners to set the driving parameters for teen drivers. Sync provides emergency crash notification service that automatically dials 911 in the event of airbag deployment. Options include adaptive cruise control combined with a frontal collision warning brake support and blind-spot and rear cross-traffic alert and lane-keeping assist.
In government crash testing, 2015 Lincoln MKS received top star for overall performance, five out of five stars for overall frontal-impact protection stars five for side-impact protection. In Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tests, the MKS received top of “Good” its safety in moderate-printing directly overlap, side-impact and power roof inspection, but a “poor ‘in the IHS small-overlap frontal crash test.