I've only driven boulevard cruisers for
the past 25 years. This ones a bit too
stiff and there isn't nearly the room
I'm used to. I compare this to my '94
Town Car, and it just doesn't stack
up. Not enough rear legroom, and even
the front seems a bit cramped.
That said, it sure beats the heck out
of any import in it's price range for
room, size and comfort. We bought ours
used in October 2002 for $12,000 out
the door with 30K one owner miles on
it. That's what I call bang for the
Been flawless as long as we've owned
it. However, if I had it to do over,
I'd look at another 92-97 Town Car
instead. Well worth the few more
Simple, yet ample bells and whistles.
Climate control, Keyless Entry, Rear
Arm Rest, Auto Rear View Mirror
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