That depends on which trim and tire package your car has. It isn't supposed to ride like a cloud, but it should be comfortable in normal driving. This car came with 18, 19 and 20 inch wheels as optional. The bigger wheels typically equate to a firmer ride quality. Eco-Boost models go further (with bigger anti-roll bars, different springs, and bushings) and provide more agility in corners and at high speeds.
Also, the 2013 and newer models have customizable/adaptive suspensions (Comfort/Normal/Sport modes). If your MKS is newer, you could play around with those set-ups to find a more comfortable ride. Just keep in mind, MKS is more refined than Lincolns of yore.
Edited by lincwitsync, 17 January 2016 - 03:41 PM.