January 6, 2015

Soldiering on with a Town Car

The Town Car was one of Lincoln’s prime vehicles. Hitting the streets from 1981 to 2011, the Town Car had many uses from being a police cruiser to taxi to one of Vince McMahon’s limos. Although it’s been succeeded by the MKZ, some Louisiana Lincoln dealers may still have at least one Town Car in stock. You may be curious as to why you should make a play for one of the supposedly last “true” American cars.
Efficiency and Power
If you’re looking for a limo-type sedan that has big muscle under the hood, a Town Car may be on your list. It has a 4.6-liter V8 linked to a four-speed automatic that can churn out 239 horsepower at 4,900rpm.

Space Comfort
Town Cars are known for their wide spatial interiors. Some auto enthusiasts claim that a stretch Town Car will have roughly four inches more shoulder and leg room than certain foreign marquees. The trunk will offer ample space for your luggage, while leather upholstery is standard. Driving in inclement weather conditions can be more tolerable thanks to its climate control system linked to heated seats and glass.
It may have been a scant few years since the last Town Car left the St. Thomas Assembly line, but it still endures in the American consciousness as a hardy road vehicle. Why not buy one now?

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