by tryanother on Aug 12, 2003 Vehicle: 1992 Lincoln Continental Executive 4dr Sedan
Anything that could go wrong did go
wrong. From transmission to
suspension. Three alternators, two
starters, A/C system, all four door
locks, window switches, cassette
player. If you want to throw away money
then this car is for you.
by northdave on Apr 17, 2003 Vehicle: 1992 Lincoln Continental Signature 4dr Sedan
1992 Lincoln Continental purchased used
october 1992. Engine went bad day
after purchase(63000 miles). New used
engine replaced by seller had 47000
miles on it 12/12 warrenty.
Transmission went bad 2 months after
purchase. Rebuilt and on the way home
engine started knocking it now has
burnt valve. If you purchase a lincoln
from this year have deep pockets.
by teasleymd on Apr 14, 2003 Vehicle: 1992 Lincoln Continental Executive 4dr Sedan
Despite some expensive repairs to the
gas/air suspension and the head
gasket, aside from these reliability
problems, this car is flawless.
Although no sport sedan, it handles
quickly and responsively. Steering is
a bit numb, but the ride is
astonishing - riding, literally and
figuratively, on air. And despite
first opinions based on the ride
comfort, it still has plenty of grip
to go around when needed. And it's
comfortable, large interior includes
automatic just about everything to
make your drive that much easier.
by Joe Millionair on Feb 20, 2003 Vehicle: 1992 Lincoln Continental Signature 4dr Sedan
Ok, I've owned 2 Continentals. My first
was a 1990 and 2nd (which was a
mistake)was a 1992. On the first one
the air ride went out on it, so I
replaced it with normal shocks($1500).
Then the radiator went and put a rod
knock in the engine. So I got a new one
and know the C/v axles are going on this
one and the rear shocks. The
transmission is shot and the calipers
are frossen. So I'll never buy a
1990-1994 Continental again.
The passenger airbag is revived this year and two trim-levels are available, the Signature and the Executive. Several optional safety features debut this year, such as an electrochromatic rearview mirror and a remote keyless entry system with a panic button.