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LINCOLN MKS

this car will run like a Ferrari its got the soul of no car you've never driven. Its the most fun you'll ever have driving a car. Plus it has 18 speakers and more luxury than any Cadillac, more stylish than any Mercedes. you can expect only the best quality from a Lincoln. the Lincoln MKS is made to hold up to 400K on it odometer. plus you get load...

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2013 Lincoln MKS Base Used Cars in Mesa, AZ 85206

Good Deal
$2,615 BELOW
Instant Market Value of $27,179

Price: $24,564

Mileage: 32,531

Location: Mesa, AZ 85206

Average time on market: 37 days Certified Pre-Owned: No Transmission: Automatic Color: White Description: Used 2013 Lincoln MKS Base for sale - $24,564, 32,531 miles with Leather Seats, Alloy Wheels
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2010 Lincoln MKS 3.5L EcoBoost AWD Used Cars in Chandler, AZ 85286

Fair Deal
$1,325 BELOW
Instant Market Value of $17,258

Price: $15,933

Mileage: 94,105

Location: Chandler, AZ 85286

Average time on market: 44 days Certified Pre-Owned: No Transmission: Automatic Color: White Description: Used 2010 Lincoln MKS 3.5L EcoBoost AWD for sale - $15,933, 94,105 miles
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2011 Lincoln MKS 3.5L AWD Used Cars in Tucson, AZ 85705

Price: Negotiable

Mileage: 14,068

Location: Tucson, AZ 85705

Average time on market: 46 days Certified Pre-Owned: No Transmission: 6-Speed Automatic Color: Black Description: Used 2011 Lincoln MKS 3.5L AWD for sale , 14,068 miles with Leather Seats, Premium Wheels, Navigation System
Avg. Dealer Rating: (3 reviews) "Non negotable with terms, foubd much better terms at Carmax ($0. down, lower interest rate, and much more for trade) and purchassed from them."
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2012 Lincoln MKS Base Used Cars in Oracle, AZ 85623

Fair Deal
$455 BELOW
Instant Market Value of $26,453

Price: $25,998

Mileage: 29,086

Location: Oracle, AZ 85623

Average time on market: 32 days Certified Pre-Owned: No Transmission: 6-Speed Automatic Color: Crystal Champagne Tri-coat Description: Used 2012 Lincoln MKS Base for sale - $25,998, 29,086 miles with Leather Seats, Aluminum Wheels, Navigation System
Avg. Dealer Rating: (5 reviews) "Responded some what quickly. Pros friendly staff less then city tax. Cons some what far from town. Would I buy from them again that would be maybe"
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2011 Lincoln MKS 3.7L Used Cars in Mesa, AZ 85206

Fair Deal
$59 ABOVE
Instant Market Value of $21,923

Price: $21,982

Mileage: 43,973

Location: Mesa, AZ 85206

Average time on market: 29 days Certified Pre-Owned: No Transmission: Automatic Color: White Description: Used 2011 Lincoln MKS 3.7L for sale - $21,982, 43,973 miles with Leather Seats, Alloy Wheels
Avg. Dealer Rating: (9 reviews) "We searched for our vehicle online and found what seemed to be great deal in this Chevy Impala, so we made an appointment to go see the vehicle. I was extremely disheartened to learn that the advertised price does not include certain options that are, in fact, not optional. This dealership has a policy to install certain things on its entire inventory, but not include them in the advertised price. When you get there, you learn about all these wonderful things, but then find out you are unable to decline them, and then the cost gets added on top of the advertised price. The options include stain repellent/treatment for the seats, some sort of gloss/paint protection, and window etching which is supposed to be some sort of security system. Each option runs around $499.00. The vehicles are still priced well, but I feel it’s dishonest not to include these into the advertised price when they are already on the vehicle and the customer has no choice. After my disappointment with the price adjustments, I then had the worst experience I’ve ever had at a dealership when we were handed off to the finance manager. This finance department is not at all interested in doing the right thing for the customer. Dealerships get kickbacks from financial institutions when they finance vehicles, so the goal of this dealership is to get every customer to finance as much as possible to pad its bottom line – or maybe it was just our finance manager trying to pad his commission. Who knows? It was just a very stressful experience. We had planned to place a large down payment or possibly pay cash – God forbid, but since we have a high credit score and could qualify you for 100% financing, we were pounded and hounded into financing as much as possible. We had to sit there and listen to the finance manager degrade us for wanting to put our money towards our new vehicle instead of investing it in a CD that will earn 7% which is more than the interest we would be paying for a loan. While it does make sound financial sense to invest the money if you can earn more than the interest you will pay for a loan, it is a fairy tale to expect 7% on a CD in today’s economy. 7% return on CD’s are a thing of the 1980’s and went out with big hair and shoulder pads. Needless to say, it is not his business to advise us on what to do with our money and I surely do not appreciate incredibly bad financial advice which I did not even solicit. It is only his business to present the option and then arrange whatever financing WE feel is best for us. Period. Honestly, if my husband had not been so anxious to get this car, I would have gone down to my own bank where I have a relationship, and arranged our own financing, which is exactly what I would recommend to anyone who intends to buy from this dealership; if for no other reason than they spam your application all over the financial world and you end up with no less than four hard inquiries on your credit report. Lastly, before purchasing the vehicle, we noticed a paint chip and the trim on the passenger door panel coming up. Our sales person promised that if we purchased this vehicle, he would order some touch up paint for us and call us when it came in, and he would make an appointment for us to bring the car back to their body shop and the trim would be fixed for us, free of charge. Well, it’s been over three weeks and we have not heard anything from him. We really feel like now that this dealership has gotten our money, it’s “so long, suckers!” I hate to say these bad things about any business, but this is genuinely how I feel. I would, very reluctantly, recommend this dealership for consumers who plan their financing ahead of time, realize they will be paying for add-ons they may or may not want, and also with the knowledge that if something is wrong with the vehicle not to take possession of it until it is fixed, as this dealership does not seem to have the integrity to do what it says it will do. If you know all this going in, you might just get a good deal. "
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