I bought a 2013 with factory 20" wheels. It does not ride like a Lincoln. It rides like a lumber wagon. The car only has 85,000 miles. I have had to replace: A tire (from hitting a pot-hole Both sway bar links. Two Temp control actuators (including the one that is hard to get to). And now I need to replace the water pump. Fore warning, this is a $2000 dollar job, because the pump is inside the engine (3.7) and is driven by the timing chain, which also has to be replaced at the same time. The job also requires an oil change and coolant change. Sync sometimes loses contact with my phone. Sometimes it changes color, or changes language (Japanese the other day. I have no explanation for all that.
One of the Last Great Big American Sedans
This is one of the last great big American Sedans. The MKS is a solid and well-built vehicle that has been 100% reliable during the entire six years I have owned it. Its shear size means it has a road-dominating feel at all times behind the wheel. The comfort level is something that is unmatched at this price point and there are many luxury features included as standard. I wish automakers would continue to innovate and invest in big, tall sedans, but as it stands, this is one of the last great ones around.
Luxury Luxury with a sporty look
I love this vehicle and wish I had owned one sooner! Roomy luxury smooth looks amazing. No matter what age this car will please. From the moment I sat in the drivers seat, I knew I found my car.