by Jay on May 12, 2010 Vehicle: 1993 Lincoln Continental Signature 4dr Sedan
Bought this used with 140+ thousand miles and it runs like a top. Air ride is great, all electronics work and paint is in great shape. I wanted a FWD vehicle to get around in during the winter, and this is perfect! I can fit both kids, the wife, and lots more. So glad I bought the boat.
by Morgantown on May 29, 2004 Vehicle: 1993 Lincoln Continental Signature 4dr Sedan
I had a 91 and a 93--both used. I
replaced all 4 struts on the 91 at $400
each. The head gaskets went on the 93
at 77000 miles...I found this was commo
because they bored the heads to get
more power. Ford refuses to admit the
design flaw. You will find no better
ride or driving pleasure for long trpis
and 24 mph. If you buy newer the price
is too steep!
by cdasrlb on Oct 2, 2003 Vehicle: 1993 Lincoln Continental Executive 4dr Sedan
When I purchased this car it was in
exceptional shape. The car had been
maintained as recommended. I have
found this car requires constant and
expensive repairs. After putting less
than 9000 miles in three years, the
head gasket is gone. This is the last
straw. This heap is going to the junk
by doxaso on Dec 13, 2002 Vehicle: 1993 Lincoln Continental Executive 4dr Sedan
First of all this car rides and feels
great on the roads, it really doesn't
matter where your going it's a smooth
ride. It gives me a better mileage on
gas then what I suspected. It's safe
and representable where ever you go.
Sorry for the other people who has had
a bad expierience with it.
Bucket seats are available this year with a handy center console. The Signature series gets remote keyless entry, aluminum wheels and the Comfort and Convenience Group added to its standard features list. Both models receive adjustable seatbelt anchor points.