I have owned this car for a few months now and have to say it was an adventure with good and bad sides.
First off it takes a masters degree to learn to drive.
The car is not simple and will surprise you with the abilities it has.
For instance, you can set cruise control at 75mph and in traffic it will drive itself stopping and going.
Technology wise it is brilliant.
You can get traffic/weather on demand with the touch of a button.
The power is unbelievable, but the downfall is that sport mode will jerk you around like a teenager learning manual.
All in all, I'm happy with my purchase and will probably buy another one in the future.
Lincoln really did a wonderful job.
Cruise control is awesome
Proximity Entry - keyfob can go in your pocket and you only use it to lock the car.
sound system - incredible!
moonroof - dual moonroof is great
blindspot warnings - you need them in this car because anything behind the drivers seat is a blind spot.
Navigation - I did buy the car used but discovered you can avoid areas you don't like just by telling it so.
The fuel finder is fun too, it tells you the best price for gas and you can set a waypoint to it.
Heated seats decide when you're too warm and cool off
Cupholders - if it's just one person you're in luck!
You have two to choose from!
If it's two people - good luck!
Armrests - if you want to slide them forward then forget using the cupholders, they are useless.
center console storage - the engineers did not intend for you to have spare change... EVER.
TPMS corner notification - when you get a low tire pressure notice it's an adventure to discover which tire is low.
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