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'Glamorous'...quietly glamorousI'm not sure if sexy is the right word for this car.
For Lincoln Fans who have waited a long time to see a production Lincoln MKS, the wait may be coming to an end soon. A GMi Member Bigbuck16 snapped a few shots of the Vehicle. The workmanship looks to be very good with tight gaps and tolerances. The style of the MKS looks elegant unlike the critical reports in Automobile magazine a couple of months back (what was he smoking?) like our own kgm777 observed? (Oh GMi might claim him, just as they can claim me, 2b2, and many others here.) For a car fan it's always cool to be wandering around somewhere and stumble across a new model not yet on sale. Enjoy
I will ask you one last time. Remove my name from your signature. Have you nothing better to say?The LS was a better car, and it was a mild failure. This car is more a rival to the Avalon and Azera, not the true competitor that Lincoln needs in the segment.
My thoughts, exactly. Gotta say though, that front end looks great.
Seriousness now actually please, thank you.It'll make Lincoln owners swoon, and will capture a fair number of German and Japanese owners as well. The idea is, the typical Navigator owner usually has an E350 or 528i sitting next to it in the driveway, and when they take in the big guy for service, they'll take a look at the MKS.
More like it. Had it been a Hyundai or Kia, I'd be impressed. For a Lincoln, it's just sad.This car is more a rival to the Avalon and Azera, not the true competitor that Lincoln needs in the segment.
Unless you've been living under a rock, you'd know by now that the Avalon, Azera and other such near-lux rides are what Lincoln is aiming for. Anyone who thinks Lincoln holds Cadillac-like aspirations is seriously deluded and/or in denialThis car is more a rival to the Avalon and Azera, not the true competitor that Lincoln needs in the segment.