Automotive Rhythms Slams Lincoln MKS. Gently.
Kimatni D. Rawlins’ Automotive Rhythms (AR) is an autoblogospherical venture born in the dawn of the gangsta era, specifically designed to get Kimatni D. Rawlins behind the wheel of press cars, preferably at a luxurious, all-expenses paid press junket. The over-ripe fruit of Rawlin’s writing: unflaggingly glowing reviews of… whatever. TTAC has long resisted criticizing Automotive Rhythms because we respect the cultural importance of… no that’s not it. Something about fish and barrels. Anyway, either Rawlins has checked his package or the Lincoln MKS sucks. Or, perhaps, both. Mind you, Kimatni’s still pulling his punches. And his prose still just kind of sits there. And the usual factual inaccuracies rankle. But there is some sting in this tale. “The interior falls way short of what Lincoln luxury should be. Our ‘Black Ultimate Interior’ was a mix of fake wood trim, dark plastics and basic leather which was tucked under the seats like bed sheets. When I tried to adjust the seats, the plastic frame hosting the seat adjusters could be pushed out exposing the ugly finish of the leather and the foam which makes up the seat cushion… At first sight the vehicle will reel you in like fishing poles and pitch you the world. But keep in mind, looks can be very deceiving!”
Michael Karesh- how was the audio system? I've heard some good things about it. P71- If the Genesis was a Lincoln, everyone would say it wasn't good enough.
I wonder if this vehicle can be priced at five grand less. Leather is pretty important, and interior styling and exterior styling. I like the car ok, but its a bit of cash, and the competition is interesting also. I feel the car has a bit of personality in it. Volvo and Ford personality and Camry.