Purchased this one for about $12k off list at end of model year. Used 90% local and 10% highway driving, so the miles are only around 10k per year or so. Very good value for the money, even taking into account the depreciation factor since we got it so cheap. Black with a light camel interior shows no wear even after 5 years in the. W. Tx. Sun, and that's saying something since it's never spent a day under cover. Lincoln should have taken the rear doors out and kept this as a 2 door 'mark.' big mistake as the fwd that replaced it is just a corporate car... My family's had lincolns since the 60's, but Lincoln is clearly in trouble now. Very sad.
best thing about it is the 'feel' when driving. like a civilized sports car. climate control really works well. engine is superb. warranty service was excellent from ford.
Seats lacked butt support when on the highway for more than an hour at a stretch. We just 'bumped' the seat down a notch every 50-60 miles, that keeps your spine relaxed until each fuel stop for leg stretching. Also needs a little better engine cooling system. Uses a 'bit' of fluid now and then.
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