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Lincoln Cars - Lincoln Prices

The Lincoln Motor Company is a subsidiary division of the Ford Motor Company, and manufactures luxury cars for a reasonable price. The brand's focus has always been on performance, particularly in high end sedan models. The once renowned Town Car has been dropped from the current lineup which is now focused on offering more options on a limited number of models.

The luxury sedan Lincoln MKS has seen both its interior and exterior given a whole new look for 2013 and comes with the choice of all wheel drive or front wheel drive. Even the basic MKS comes with a sizable 3.7 liter V6 engine that is going to produce 300 horse power as well as 280 pounds of torque. However, if you are looking for something with a bit more power then plump for the twin turbo fuel injection V6 3.5 liter engine that raises the horse power up to a powerful 365. Both engines come with a paddle controlled automatic six speed transmission, and fuel consumption means that you can expect to go 17 miles to the gallon in the city and 28 miles to the gallon on the highway.

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Lincoln has launched the brand new MKT onto the market for 2013, and this car is ideal for people who are looking to transport a large number of passengers, as this utility vehicle has room for 7 people. It can carry these 7 people quickly and in comfort thanks to its 3.7 liter V6 303 horse power engine. This impressive engine is powerful but does consume a large amount of fuel and you can expect to only get 16 miles to the gallon in the city and only 25 miles to the gallon on the highway although this will vary depending on the engine choice you opt for because the MKT comes with the option of having a 3.5 liter turbocharged engine with all wheel drive that produces 365 horse power. The MKT comes packed with features that will please most buyers and these range from keyless entry to a powered lift gate.

Meanwhile the medium sized Lincoln MKX is a luxury crossover that is powered with a V6 engine with a capacity of 3.7 liters, producing just over 300 horse power and 280 pounds of torque and comes with front wheel drive as standard. There is however, the option to opt for an intelligent all wheel drive option, but whatever option you choose, they both come with six speed automatic transmission. For those of you wondering what features are included then you may well find the list very impressive. The MKX comes with 20 inch wheels, a powered lift gate, and the driver and passengers can sit in luxury, surrounded by leather interior, climate controlled front seats and heated seats in the second row and for those driving in a cold climate, the driver can benefit from a heated steering wheel.

Finally the Lincoln MKZ has been completely overhauled for 2013 and is the perfect sedan for those looking to buy a luxury medium sized vehicle. Packaged with a turbocharged 4 cylinder, 2.0 liter engine that produces 240 horse power, so you will not have to worry about performance. However, for those of you that require a bit more power then there is the option to go for a 3.7 liter V6 300 horse power engine. The MKZ is also available with all wheel drive or front wheel drive that is controlled with a six speed transmission and comes with 18 inch wheels and sporty suspension.

For those of you who are looking to buy a full sized luxury sports utility vehicle then the impressive Lincoln Navigator is the car you are looking for, although it has not seen any changes this year from the popular 2012 model. It comes powered with a jaw dropping 5.4 liter V8 engine that produces 365 pounds of torque and 310 horse power but this does lower the fuel consumption to a meager 14 miles to the gallon for urban use and only 20 miles to the gallon for out on the highway. It also comes in an extended wheelbase version called the Navigator L, and as with all new Lincoln purchases it comes with a 4 year or 50,000 mile warranty.

Discontinued Models: Lincoln Aviator, Blackwood, Continental, LS, Mark LT, Mark VIII, Town Car, Zephyr


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