2002 Lincoln Town Car Signature 4dr Sedan (4.6L 8cyl 4A)
I'll start off by saying I titled my review "modern classic" because that's basically what this car is. A modern spin off of big 1950's full sized cruiser sedans. The bench seat, column shifter, V8, rear wheel drive, body on frame construction, and shear size make it feel like a more refined classic cruiser. This is something I really like about the car. This isn't a car for people who want a Mercedes or BMW, this is a car for people who want a true laid back cruiser. However, if I were to do it again I would have gotten a top end Crown Vic or Marquis as the mechanicals and interior are %99 the Town Car as the town car for less money.
very safe car, simple timeless styling inside and out (it won't look tacky in 10 years), V8, smooth ride, lots of adjustment in the seats, power everything, good stereo (premium sound), awesome climate control, big trunk, room for passengers on long trips. Overall a great cruiser for the money.
By modern standards, the V8 has the output of a V6. It really needs to be bumped up to the 275-325hp range. The climate control has no "inside only" air setting. Front seating room could be larger for a car of this size (almost 1 foot of empty space in the nose). Massage seats. 5-6 speed trans.