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30″ DUB Rebellions on Lincoln MKS Florida Classic Weekend

30" DUB Rebellions on Lincoln MKS

30″ DUB Rebellions on Lincoln MKS Florida Classic Weekend
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Lincoln MKS specs and background review

The 2012 Lincoln MKS is a full-size, four-door luxury sedan. Following is a review of facts and specifications for the Lincoln MKS 2012.

The interior is mostly finished with standard leather upholstery and soft touch surfaces. The seats, steering wheel and the dashboard are all covered in leather and the center controls are enclosed in a casing that also houses the gearshift and two armrests. There is ample head and leg space for both front and rear passengers along with a large trunk of 18 cubic feet. the dash board is forward slopping therefore giving even more room for front passengers. the interior also houses standard tech features such as Ford’s Sync system, climate control, USB connections and a 16 speaker stereo surround system.

The body features a large, expansive Lincoln split-wing grille at the front while glass areas are outlined by bands of metallic trim. The leather and wood trims have electroluminescent gauges that glow white at night. It also has solar tinted glass, rain sensing wipers, chrome inserts on the door handles and power heated side view mirrors. The front and rear have been fitted with stabilizer bars while the front and rear suspensions are each independent.


The Lincoln MKS 2012 is available in two trim level options; the base and EcoBoost trim. Each trim features a different engine. The base trim carries a 3.7l, 273hp, V6 engine. All wheel drive is optional. 0-60 mph can be achieved in approximately 7.5 seconds while engine noise has been damped out considerably.

The EcoBoost trim carries a 355hp, 3.5l, twin turbo V6 engine. All wheel drive is standard. 0-60 mph can be achieved in approximately 6.5 seconds while the top speed is 135mph. Engine noise damping has also been done. Both trims come with 6-speed automatic transmission fitted with paddle shifters.


The Lincoln MKS 2012 has passed all crash tests in accordance with the IIHS (Insurance Institute for Highway Safety). Safety features in the Lincoln MKS 2012 include dual side, front and curtain airbags along with traction control, stability control and anti-lock brakes. Front parking sensors, automatic wipers and a rearview camera are also standard. However, there is missing data on the crash tests.


For the base model trim, the Lincoln MKS 2012 packs HD and satellite radio, heated front and rear seats, ventilated front seats, HID headlamps, automated climate control, and Ford’s SYNC system. SYNC is a Bluetooth bases system that uses voice control in audio and phone functions. For a price of over 50000$, other features packed include push button start, auto high beams, active park assist, ambient lighting and MyKey. MyKey allows you to set stuff such as speed limiting, seat belt reminders and even volume control.

There are further options that can be added according to your taste and wallet depth such as dual pane sunroof, touchscreen navigation system, THX-certified radio, 20-inch wheels, adaptive cruise control, handsome wood trim, an EcoBoost appearance package, among others.

Fuel Economy

The front wheel drive base trim achieves 17mpg in a city while on the highway it rises to 25mpg. All wheel drive models with the base trim achieve 16mpg within the city and 23mpg on the highway. The EcoBoost trim achieves 17mpg in the city and 25mpg on the highway. This is similar to the front wheel drive base trim.