This car is large enough to afford its occupants some semblance of safety -- unlike most of the tin-cans-with-wheels out there today. It has a powerful engine that is very responsive to the gas pedal, so it can get you out of the way if you need to move quickly. It is a well-made automobile that provides an extremely comfortable ride.
This car has a smooth look and runs well. It is a safe vehicle that I feel comfortable in driving. I do not like sardine size vehicles that can't hold the road, this one has that capability. Vehicle also provide all of the storage space I need to travel with bowling balls and suitcases if traveling out of town.
There is no room for my legs and my knees always hit the steering wheel and it is difficult to enter and be seated. My right leg muscles ache after 200 miles. And during a 600 mile trip with my 30 year old son (with stop breaks every 150 miles) even he complained about the discomfort!! I have a 2002 Chevy Astro van that is very comfortable for my legs.
As one of the most established automobiles in the U.S., the Lincoln Town Car appeals to many prospective car buyers due to its spacious and luxurious cabin. As a fairly large luxury sedan, this capable vehicle is a comfortable choice with a long-lasting legacy it continues to uphold.
Introduced in the 1980's, the Lincoln Town Car has maintained the same style since its inception. Though this remains an attractive decision to Town Car loyalists, it has not kept up with the changes in vehicle expectations as time passed since then. Compared to its predecessor, the most recent model had a strong frame with minor styling changes to pair with the revised interior. Production ended in 2011.
Reminiscent of limousines, the vehicle is stately and elegant to drive. The Lincoln Town Car's fuel economy and performance may be both unsatisfactory for the modern buyer, but these setbacks are overshadowed by the stellar passenger experience due to the spacious cabin and comfortable seating.
The Lincoln Town Car, a full-size luxury sedan, is one of few cars lines to be used as a limousine to this day. Stately, comfortable, and spacious, the Town Car was purchased primarily for the passenger experience. The Lincoln Town Car ended production in 2011.
The most recent Lincoln Town Car is equipped with a 4.6L V8 engine paired with an automatic transmission. It had rear-wheel drive and an aerodynamic frame. Though it may have lagged behind under the hood, the Lincoln Town Car suits its luxury reputation well by being feature-rich, spacious, and comfortable.