Excellent dealer servicing. Complimentary from Lincoln. No cost for us for the first 3-years or 36,000-miles.
4/50 not 3/36,000-miles.
Very cheap extended warranty till 100,000-miles. Bumper to bumper for less than $800. Most cars would be around $2,000.
Tons of room. I use the car for Real Estate sales. Clients ride in the car almost daily. No-one can believe how roomy the "L"s are. Everyone says that they are going to have to buy one. 2-have. I bought it new for only $42,900. This car could pass for a $150,000 car.
Very fuel efficient to be a 4,500-lb car. The car gets an average of 23mpg. A lot is highway, but at least 30% is city.
The car is very safe. We wrecked it this year and we were not even hurt. The car that hit us was totally bent sideways and not drivable. The Town car was drivable at the crash site. 2000ish Buick Century hit us almost head on at 30mph. Our damage was only $8,000 for such a violent crash. The other party suffered broken bones and facial injuries. We suffered no injuries at all.
Excellent A/C and heat. Excellent visibility for a large car.
Doors open up wide and fully. Super easy to get into and out of, especially the rear.
Super soft seats that can be adjusted in anyway what so ever.
Super quiet engine, transmission, and rear end gears.
This car is ideal. I am a retired Police officer who not accustomed to such sophistications. Retired in 90-due to back injury. This car puts my old 91-Grand Marquis to shame.
I will drive this car till I die.
It would not hurt for Lincoln to raise the car up at least 2-inches as mine has bottomed out a time or so while pulling up steep driveways or parking decks.
This car is very cheap to insure.