I have enjoyed this car from the very moment I purchased it. The 2002 Lincoln Continental is truely deserving of its name. The responsiveness, econony, and comfort of the car in its class is nothing less of superb. While driving, the car is smooth and fairly quiet on even the noisiest highways. Handling the car on curves and corners, especially at higher speeds, does bring out the car's size, but is handled rather well with it's electronic suspension system. It may not be a hot rod, but it's not your dad's Continental either! If you get one of these cars, make sure you get it with all the options, since this car is no longer available. All in all, this car is a good buy!
Wood steeing wheel, memory seats, auto dimming mirrors, powered moonroof, large trunk, traction control, six disc changer with premium sound, programmable "home control", compass, and that nifty sunglass compartment.
Bring this car back into production! I plan on writing a letter to Ford, perhaps even the CEO, in reconsidering bringing back products like the Continental and the Mercury Cougar. These are great products that have been around for generations. Don't toss them aside like an old pair of sneakers.
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