I had a 2000LS V8 and the 2002LSE V8 is
much improved. None of the little
mechanical annoyances from the pevious
model. The driving experience is why I
got another one (Along with the great
Unfortunately the fit and finish still
leave something to be desired. Lincoln
does seem to take this stuff seriously
and are taking care of all issues no
matter how insignificant they may seem
anybody but me.
It handles like a 5 Series BMW, it can
look as good as a 5 series BMW in LSE
form, has more room the a 5 series BMW,
and cost $15K less with incentives.
IMHO LSE 1 - BMW 0
They already boosted power and made
nice minor interior improvments for
2003. Just get that quality control in
line to compete with other world class
cars. People will then pay more
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