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Customer Review Summary for Lincoln Town Car
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2008 Lincoln Town CarAlvin Edwards - Torrance, CA02/03/2016
the new Lincolns have changed body styling I prefer 2008-2010
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2001 Lincoln Town CarStevie - Pasadena, CA10/12/2010
This is a wonderfully smooth cruiser. It has excellent power 0 to 40 mph. For passing on the highway between 60 and 80 it is slow as molasses going up hill. in the month of march. Seriously underpowered for that type of driving. Ford had a 5.7 liter engine they could have dropped in here but did not for some in explicable reason. ( They even have a V10 which could have been used? )
My friend has a Rolls Royce ( 1979 and 1984 )and that car is no smoother to ride in than the Lincoln Town Car. So why not buy a used Rolls? Well the repair cost on a Rolls is five times what a Ford dealer will charge me to repair the Lincoln.
It is sad to see Ford cancelliong the Town Car in 2011.
2004 LINCOLN ULTIMATE TOWNCAR
2004 Lincoln Town CarDick - New Braunfels, Texas11/20/2006
I have had many my 77 years on this planet, and I know this is one of the best I have ever had, I have had Lincoln's Cadilac's and all other makes and models. This is one of the best road cars iI have ever driven. The price was right and the low milage was great
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