Overall I am very happy with this
The interior layout is pretty good, but
there are a few buttons that are hidden
by the steering wheel. The radio would
be easier to use if it was angled
slightly towards the driver.
The biggest surprise was the little
things that should have been caught in
the factory. There was a small grinder
mark in a corner on the hood, there is
a slight amount of welding splatter
under the driver door handle, and the
alignment of the body side molding is
not perfect on one piece.
It's the little things that Lincoln
could improve upon in order to better
compete with the German and Japanese.
Performance. This car is pretty quick
(middle of the pack for a sports sedan)
and handles very well. It is also very
quiet and comfortable. And I do like
the looks as well.
Better attention to the minor fit and
finish details. A car in this price
range should not have visible flaws.
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