2003 Lincoln Town Car Executive 4dr Sedan (4.6L 8cyl 4A)
Lincoln improved on a lot of little
things on the 2003's, but the steering
is a bit of a let down. The steering
is more stiff due to the rack and
pinion steering, plus riding on the
interstate you feel a lot of wind
resistance underneeth your feet. Car
is more responsive and feels a little
more sporty. All of the standard
quality is still there, but the
steering and different ride may turn
off a lot of traditional Town Car
owners. I also own an Aviator, no
complaints at all about that one except
the gas mileage. It's awesome! Town
Car beats it only on ride comfort, but
not by much.
New look and standard extras. New 17
inch wheels. Standard dual exhaust and
239 hp on all models.
It would be nice to have the Aviator
engine (302 hp), go back to the
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