My Lazyboy on wheels
My alternator needed replacement recently.
EGR valve needs to be replaced, a common problem with these cars I'm told.
Ashtray lids in the back won't close.
What can I say, this is my favorite car.
Sure, the Cartier series is packed to the moon with options, but the Executive does just what it needs to.
I purchased this car used from a livery service at 212k miles. 5 years later it has 222k.
With all the miles, the leather seats are doing excellent. There is a small hole in the driver's seat, but nothing too bad.
All I've done is replace the alternator, the battery light was on and on, but a Lincoln forum that I'm on helped me very much. I'm not very smart when it comes to cars, but Lincolnsonline.com is a very helpful place for any Lincoln owner.
My car is black on black. Yes it gets a little hot in the summer, but the automatic climate control works great.
Everything on the car works, except for the ashtray lids on the rear doors, I'm sure every owner of a 95-97 Town Car has this problem. For those who wonder why, either the spring breaks, or the plastic that holds the spring breaks.
The car handles good, unless you take a sharp corner. It could go a little faster, but it's not a racing car, it's a Sunday church and dinner car.
Many kids are starting to get these cars and turn them into low riders, I'm not really a fan of that, I like them original, but to each his own.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 18th April, 2006