2004 Lincoln Town CarRabbit - Atlanta, GA01/09/2007
Yes I know only old people drive Town Cars. That is why you can buy a fairly new one for very little money. They do not hold resale value hardly at all because all those old people buy new ones. But if you would just drive one you would see that the "big boat" handling is largely gone, acceleration is more than adaquate, the ride is very smooth and silient, and let me tell you about features-it has them all! You can carry just about as much stuff as a mini-van due to a very large trunck. Leg room is excellent. I had a 1994 model with 245,000 miles on it and hated to get rid of it until I drove the 2004 model I purchased.They are worlds apart. Before you buy a used Avalon,Lexus,or Infinity I suggest you drive a Town Car. You will save thousands of dollars and probably get a newer model year as well.
Priced right, this ride is a dream
2007 Lincoln Town CarCharles Jennings - Baton Rouge, LA07/18/2015
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.
The best Traveling Car
2004 Lincoln Town CarLadyRed - Baltimore,Md.09/12/2012
this is the greatest car that I have owned. this is my second Lincoln Town car, I thought I was in Love with Cadillacs, until I was forced to drive a cadillac , while my Park Avenue ( Buick ) was being repaired. I returned the cadillac and test drove a Lincoln .
I am a Lincoln' ADDICT', no other car could satisfy me.
the ride is awesome, especially long distance to Georgia from Balto.
the radio is relaxing and the SEATS are big and COMFORTABLE.
the car is just ROOMY.
I strongly suggest test drive a Lincoln , u" will fall in LOVE.
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