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Stay away from fords
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By Pooch
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2000 Lincoln Town Car Sedan Signature 4dr Sedan


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Dont do it, never will i ever purchase another ford car i was not aware that Lincoln town cars were ford i love the luxury of the car thats it because everything leaks rain inside of car just horrible how and why isnt this been recalled they should of known about this before selling these crappy cars


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One Great Automobile
7 of 7 people found this review helpful
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By Dr.Christopher Hahn, Phd
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2000 Lincoln Town Car Sedan Signature 4dr Sedan


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I bought my Town Car new in 2000 and it now has 154K in miles. Still rides and drives like new. Still looks new. It is my second town car and if they built today, I would buy again without question. Love the ride and people who see it and ride in it love it. By far one of the very best American cars made.


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Lincoln Town Cars ROCK!
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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By Dona Mastin
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2000 Lincoln Town Car Sedan Cartier 4dr Sedan


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Enter gas mileage and drive ability than you would think. Comfort beyond your dreams.


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Hidden Gem
11 of 11 people found this review helpful
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By Mike E.
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2000 Lincoln Town Car Sedan Signature 4dr Sedan


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Here in the Pacific Northwest people pay a premium price for worn iut Subarus and trucks. This 2000 Lincoln Town Car with 79,000 miles on it set me back $4,000. A Subaru Outback with 160,000 miles will cost you $5,500. I'm a 40 year old guy and people might say that I bought a grandpa car. Well maybe so, but it's by far the best car that I have owned. It is fast, quiet, has a great sound system, the comfort level is almost extreme. Make sure you don't fall asleep when driving the Town Car. If you can find one of these gems and don't mind the snide comments buy one. Ford nailed it with this car and because there is no nitche market for these (not many people looking to buy used Lincolns) the prices, at least in Washington state, are great.


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Consumers have lost a great luxury vehicle
12 of 13 people found this review helpful
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By lvmylincoln
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2000 Lincoln Town Car Sedan Signature 4dr Sedan


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I have read Edmunds review of the Lincold Towncar and in my opinion, it was written by someone who is only into sports vehicles and small vehicles. I have owned Lincoln Towncars since 1980, in fact, my wife and I both drive Towncars and both have loved the Towncar since our first, which was a 1980 Mark.
These vehicles have always gotten better gas mileage that the standard Ford, Chevrolet or Chrysler product.
They have cost us less to operate and repair than any vehicle we owned prior to the Lincoln.
They have gone through several major style changes since 1980 and are still the most luxurious ride.
This includes all the foreign & domestics.


Best Features

Gas Milage has been 22 in town and up to 26 HWY. Ride is superior to all other, so called, luxury vehicles. Interior room above all vehicles and trunk space.


Worst Features

Body style change, but please do not design to look like all the foreign junk. It should always have a style of its own.


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