2001 Lincoln ContinentalChris - Frederick, md04/19/2010
I have always loved Lincoln's of any kind. I have owned two Lincoln Continentals, this being my second. I could not give this car 5 stars in quality because with both cars there were a few minor problems with the vehicle which were not problems with the overall functionality but annoying nonetheless...The lumbar support broke and the air conditioning broke on both vehicles. I guess the ac can probably be blamed on age. The overall quality is still good. This vehicle gets a solid 25-27 mpg on the highway and around 20-23 in town. If I stomp the pedal and really tear around it may drop as low as 15 but that is rare. Overall I am very satisfied with my Lincoln Continental and I would recommend it.
2001 Lincoln Continentalgarrett - Columbus, Oh11/21/2008
I bought My Lincoln back in May,2007. I got it with 110,000 miles and now at 140,000, i have not had too serious problems with it. I had to put new brakes on it after 120,000 miles and they are starting to squeak again. I get around 21 miles to the gallon and with the 4.6, I feel this is great. I would tell a friend about this car, it is very comfortable even on long trips. The truck is huge.
I love it.
2017 Lincoln Continentalcarl turner - waxhaw, NC01/19/2017
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