A very poor financial decision
Transmission failed at 39,000 miles.
Mirror motor failed.
Passenger seat fan failed.
Brakes gone at 25,000 miles.
Overdrive switch failed.
Tonneau cover failed three times.
Of the partial list of failures I've listed above, the dealer has replaced everything except the transmission and the tonneau cover. Both of these they repaired.
The transmission problems continue, now they think it may be the torque converter.
With the luxury trademark of Lincoln, and the reliability of Ford, I thought I was buying the best truck on the market, and didn't flinch at the 53,000 price tag.
As it turns out it appears to me that I've purchased an ongoing experiment.
To be fair, everything that has failed was replaced or repaired under warranty, but at this rate of failure the warranty will be over as the failures continue.
I have owned this truck for about 19 months, but it has been back at the dealer about 3.5 of these 19 months and no one has offered a single payment or credit to my bank.
Does Lincoln offer a rebate for those patient enough to continue to return their defective products to them for repair on an ongoing basis?
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 18th August, 2004