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Looking at a 2013 or 2014 used MKS - which year is "better"... same...?

pologuy

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I am looking at a 2013 or 2014 Lincoln MKS...

I was wondering if anyone had any input as to which year is "better"... or are they both the same...?

In other words - is the first year of the new generation MKS, the 2013, just as good as the second year 2014?

Or did Lincoln have some "kinks" to work out with the 2013 - and the 2014 model is much better?

Thanks!
 

SUSAN13MKS

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I had a 2009 Lincoln mks which I loved and after having driven town cars previously, I did notice that it had a much stiffer suspension with a ride to match. I got used to it and then I purchased a 2013 MKS which handles much better and gives a much more desirable ride. A far cry from the town car to be sure, but much better then the older model. I do love these cars though and will continue to buy them until they stop making them (rumored to be in 2016) Lincoln doesn't even advertise them anymore, so I think that is probably true! :(
 

tbird6

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2013-2015 almost nothing changed as Ford planned to discontinue the MKS. Good thing is the 2013 has a long list of updates and improvements but the car still looks very much the same as the earlier ones

Good used car value not a very good new car value.
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Lincwitsync

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You hit the nail on the head. The 2013 update was mostly cosmetic with a few mechanical improvements. Nothing drastic that would discredit a 2013 over a 2014. The 2015 model has a few more cosmetic changes (rear deck lid has been totally redesigned to match the rest of the line-up) but no hard points were changed on this chassis. You have to give Lincoln credit for keeping the car fresh... (That's 2 updates in 7 model years... Most cars only get 1 in a 5-7 year span) I will miss this car when it's discontinued.
 

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