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On the same platform as the Taurus, the MKS is essentially a gussied-up Ford Taurus. Attractive styling, an inoffensive driving experience, and a ridiculously powerful dual-turbo V-6 are the draws here. It’s priced like a premium product, even though it’s essentially the same as the Taurus.
Lincoln’s MKT is a spacious family mobile with a dash of luxury. Based on the boxy Ford Flex, the MKT is mild-mannered with the base V-6. Opt for the 355-hp EcoBoost V-6, and the MKT is able to leap city blocks in a single bound. More luxurious than a Flex, it’s also way more expensive.
The Lincoln twin to the Ford Edge is heavily revised for 2011, gaining the brand’s brash, baleen-esque grille on the outside and more luxurious appointments inside. It’s gone high-tech, too: The controls on the center console are now all touch-sensitive, and there’s nary a knob in sight.
The big news is the addition of a hybrid model. Otherwise, the MKZ motors on unchanged as the more expensive and more luxurious twin to the Ford Fusion. The exterior and interior were refreshed and upgraded last year, imparting more class and refinement to the sedate MKZ.
Essentially a Ford Expedition wearing Lincoln clothes, the Navigator’s calling cards are its well-appointed interior, quiet demeanor, giant size, and gargantuan chrome grille. It drives smaller than it looks, and the independent rear suspension helps the ride, handling, and third-row space.