2010 MKS With EcoBoost Engine Starts at $47,760
The 2010 MKS with EcoBoost will cost $47,760, which is exactly $5,000 more than the naturally aspirated MKS with all-wheel drive ($42,760). The price bump for the MKT with EcoBoost is about the same. Destination adds another $825.
For that price, you get a 355-hp, 3.5-liter V-6 with 350 pounds-feet of torque. The MKS is able to achieve that sort of power through the use of twin turbochargers and direct injection — in Ford marketing speak, that’s referred to as EcoBoost.
The MKS with EcoBoost has all-wheel drive standard and has achieved 17/24 mpg city/highway in preliminary testing. The non-turbo 3.7-liter MKS with all-wheel drive is rated at 16/23 mpg.
The 2010 MKS with EcoBoost competes with more expensive high-performance sedans like the turbo Audi A6 ($50,100) and BMW 535i xDrive ($53,400). The 2010 MKS with EcoBoost goes on sale this summer.
Other features on the EcoBoost MKS:
- Standard 19-inch aluminum wheels
- Standard push-button access and keyless entry
- Standard ambient lighting
- Standard adaptive high-intensity-discharge headlights with auto high-beam
- Standard rain-sensing wipers and rear-window power shade
- Optional self-parking feature ($535)
- Optional adaptive cruise control with collision mitigation ($1,310)
- Optional EcoBoost Sport Appearance Package ($2,995)