2010 Lincoln MKS Goes Green With EcoBoost Technology

By: Andrew Robichaud - Published: May 16, 2009 • References: autoblog
Don’t judge the new 2010 Lincoln MKS by its cover. (I know. I’m not even kidding.)

With new EcoBoost technology--the first car to depend on this tech--the Lincoln MKS is more fuel efficient, environmentally friendly and more powerful.

The Lincoln’s EcoBoost technology combines direct-injection and turbocharging, which means 20% better fuel economy, 15% lower CO2 emissions and better driving performance.

The result? The MKS is a 3.5 liter V6 engine that pumps 355 horsepower and 350 lbs-feet of torque making it run like a V8 (I told you I wasn’t kidding).

The 2010 Lincoln MKS comes in at $47,760 (USD). As far as the pictures are concerned: Introduce yourself, get to know her and love her. Stats for Eccentric Eco-Cars Trending: Older & Average
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