2008 Lincoln Town Car Signature Limited on 2040-cars
1581 W Gulf to Lake Hwy, Lecanto, Florida, United States
Transmission:4 speed automatic
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number)
: Town Car Signature Limited
- ABS brakes
- Air conditioning
- AM/FM radio
- Cylinder configuration V-8
- Drive type rear-wheel
- Engine displacement 4.6 L
- Engine liters 4.6
- Fully automatic headlights
- GVWR 2,510kg (5,534lbs)
- Power steering
- Power windows
- Tilt steering wheel
- Towing capacity 907kg (2,000lbs)
- Transmission 4 speed automatic
- Wheel size 17"
- Wheelbase 2,990mm (117.7")
Number of Doors
: 4 Doors
The 2008 Lincoln Town Car appeals to those who appreciate an old-fashioned large American luxury sedan. There is no more comfortable, smooth luxurious ride than the Lincoln Town car
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Sat, 02 Feb 2013 19:03:00 EST
For its second Super Bowl commercial, Lincoln Motor Company has stepped away from the Max Ernst-ian surrealism of the "Steer the Script" spot. No Germans, no turtles, no aliens nor alpacas this time, just a 30-second run through the ways in which Lincoln sees the 2013 MKZ as a rebirth of the brand and everything a luxury consumer would want.
Sun, 20 Apr 2014 00:01:00 EST
The kind of traditional spot that could run any time of year, the only question we had after watching it was: "Wait - was that... Abraham Lincoln?" Along with the press release from Lincoln, you can view the spot below.
If you want a deeper look and criticism into Lincoln's "Steer The Script," ad, have a read of AOL Autos' column: Lincoln's Super Bowl Ad is a Flop, written by Pete Bigelow.
Lincoln has finally dropped the details on the MKX Concept after a few days of teasing. Set for a very important global debut at the 2014 Beijing Motor Show, we're going to have to see this conceptualized version of the third-generation MKX in person before we can draw any real conclusions on the effectiveness of its design.
Fri, 10 Jan 2014 12:00:00 EST
One of the things Lincoln will need to do to succeed is deliver something to customers that's unique to the brand's vehicles, which are exclusively rebadged models from parent company Ford. We're not sure this is going to be distinctive enough.
Unlike its last new vehicle, the Navigator, the work done on the MKX is smooth and refined. The stance of the vehicle, with its 21-inch wheels, is aggressive enough. Viewed from the profile, the overhangs appear rather short, while character lines keep it from looking slabsided. In front, we might be witnessing the cleanest interpretation yet of Lincoln's twin grilles. The headlights are slim and stylish, and we're digging the shape and style of the mirrors, which feature integrated turn signals that outline the mirror cap.
In the case of Henry Leland, naming his new car brand after the first President he cast a vote for in 1864 seemed a jolly good idea, on paper.
You should always be careful about the name you choose to give your new baby. The power of association can work in many ways, not always positive.