Used 2004 Lincoln LS Sedan Consumer Reviews

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i absolutely love this car, the hell wit a 6 cyl CTS!!!!

hollywood0621, 10/29/2013
Ultimate 4dr Sedan (3.9L 8cyl 5A)
16 of 16 people found this review helpful

I have only had this car a couple weeks but I am so in love!! the power is like driving a 5.0 mustang GT luxury car, with a 5 speed auto or manual transmission, and manual is outrageous! the interior is the finest of leather, heated and cooled seats! Moon roof! oh yea, did I mention how fast it is? mine already had tinted windows, rain vents, when I got it, satin pearl white paint is beautiful! It had 70,000 miles on it when I bought it, 9yrs old, and looks and runs like brand new, my friends cant are still asking me, what year is your car again?

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Perfect Sedan for 2 Years Now!

cascadecolibri, 05/05/2013
Sport 4dr Sedan (3.9L 8cyl 5A)
10 of 10 people found this review helpful

We bought this car used in 2011 while I was expecting our first child. I would not settle for a vehicle if safety was in question. The comfort and space were perfect for my back and belly! The driver side easy-exit seat was awesome! I felt safe riding home from the hospital with my new born daughter. In the time since we purchased it we have only had to do basic maintenance- oil changes, transmission fluid & air filter etc. Coming up on needing new tires. Apart from that I have had No Issues and it has been a blessing. Wish it handled better though. When my daughter is not with me I'd like a more exciting drive, but it might be best that it doesn't handle like a sports car...

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Sport Sedan Upgrade

Percy Mack, 11/26/2009
Sport 4dr Sedan (3.9L 8cyl 5A)
8 of 8 people found this review helpful

My used 2001 LS sold me on this model, so I purchased a 2004 LS in the summer of 2004. I was pleased then and am still pleased after 95000K. The handling is what sold me on this model Lincoln. On long trips using the cruise control net me about 400+ miles per tank. City driving is not so good. Lincoln need to bring this model back. Some factory warranties were still in effect after my regular warranty had expired. When the service department told me that it would be no cost, I was quite pleased. I have had no major problems and hope to drive this one until another one appear in the show windows.

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You'll Love This Car!

Tim R., 07/12/2008
Sport 4dr Sedan (3.9L 8cyl 5A)
7 of 7 people found this review helpful

Purchased a used (18,000 mi.) 2004 V8 with the LSE package in Oct. 2006. Had absolutely no problems so far (42k mi.) Very well "built" luxury sports sedan. Handles great--plenty of power--decent mileage* for a V8 with this power. Highly recommend this car because of value, quality and performance. If your seeking a nice used luxury sports sedan at an "affordable" price, then this car should be on your "list". The car runs fine on 89 octane (mid) gasoline, although 91 octane suggested by factory.

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The best car ever!

TimK, 12/08/2005
Sport 4dr Sedan (3.9L 8cyl 5A)
2 of 2 people found this review helpful

I've driven a lot of different cars in my lifetime and this by far is the most comfortable, exciting and fun to drive car I've ever owned. Took a road trip this summer to Vegas and didn't feel like I'd just drive 500 miles. Extremely comfortable. Very nimble too, handles like a premium German automobile (Mercedes M-Class, BMW 5- series). Too bad this car is going the way of the dinosaurs in a couple of years (after the '06 model year I believe). I think the boys at Lincoln need to rethink their stand on that and continue to produce this premium luxury sports car. I'd love to buy another Lincoln luxury sports car. Hope I don't have to settle for a Caddy CTS on my next car purchase.

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