The MKS's American take on full-size luxury leaves it off the list of the typical German-luxosedan shopper, but it's an able competitor for another set of four-doors, ones without sporty handling as a priority.
The new Acura RLX has been nipped and tucked into a better car than it replaces, but at times the distinctions can feel minor.
Volvo's S80 is related to the MKS but lacks the turbocharged option, and almost all the swagger.
You'll find that all and more in the Chrysler 300, with rear-drive and an equal amount of technology, and a lower pricetag, too.
The Lexus GS is one choice among that brand's high-touch, high-dollar offerings--but we'd also suggest the Lexus ES 350 and its newly expanded rear seat as a fine MKS alternative.
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|2014 Lincoln MKSBrowse Used Listings||2014 Acura RLXBrowse Used Listings||2014 Chrysler 300Browse Used Listings||2014 Volvo S80Browse Used Listings|
|17 MPG City / 28 MPG Hwy||20 MPG City / 32 MPG Hwy||14 MPG City / 30 MPG Hwy||18 MPG City / 29 MPG Hwy|
|Regular Unleaded V-6||Premium Unleaded V-6||Regular Unleaded V-6||Regular Unleaded I-6|
|Large Cars||Mid-Size Cars||Large Cars||Mid-Size Cars|
|4-Door Sedan 3.7L FWD||4-Door Sedan||4-Door Sedan RWD||4-Door Sedan 3.2L PZEV|
|Front Wheel Drive||Front Wheel Drive||Rear Wheel Drive||Front Wheel Drive|
|Automatic w/OD||Automatic w/OD||Automatic w/OD||Automatic w/OD|
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|2014 Lincoln MKS vs. 2014 Acura RLX||2014 Lincoln MKS vs. 2014 Chrysler 300||2014 Lincoln MKS vs. 2014 Volvo S80|