The right rear brake rotor is damaged because the brake caliper is malfunctioning.
The automatic radio antenna works, but it will not retract properly and completely. Lubrication may fix the problem.
The fuel electric pump fuel pump is very noisy and will need replaced.
The car falters periodically and will not accelerate during the faltering. It resembles water in the gasoline. Have not determined the cause.
The spring in the transport door of the tape player has broken and the door remains open. That will require a removal of the radio to fix.
The spring is broken on the trunk lock cover. That will need replacing before a key can be used.
The car is beautiful overall.
The leather seats are a little hard for long trips, but comfortable because of the selective positioning on the left or right console.
This car has the smoothest and quietest running engine that I have owned and I believe that the fuel injection system is superior too many others.
The ride is smooth and stable during turns and while driving on rutted or badly graded roads.
The gasoline consumption rate is very good for a car it's size. Mixed hilly, curvy, road mixed with smooth highway driving rendered almost 23 mph. I feel that is very good.
Compared to the other manufacturer's large car, The design of the instrument console, the dash, and arm consoles allow simple use and adjustment of the accessories. I especially enjoy the raised switch lever for the drivers window.
My 1991 Lincoln Executive is a sharp looking car with good visibility and lighting.