The Lincoln Town Car Sedan has a large truck, capable of holding plenty of cargo, nearly 21 cubic feet.
The interior space of the Town Car allows for full comfort, whether you are riding in the front or back seat. The legroom of the Lincoln Town Car Sedan is one of the best in its class. Not to mention the six passenger capability makes riding in a full car still rather comfortable.
Crash tests have proven that the Town Car is more than capable of keeping you safe in a frontal or side impact crash, so you can rest easy knowing your passengers are a little safer than other vehicles in its class.
The acceleration is rather slow in this vehicle. Taking into consideration the size and weight of the vehicle, versus the meager 4.6 Liter V8 engine with 239 hp.
Handling is stiff as there is not much give to the steering. Drivers can expect to feel as though they are driving a boat.
Lack of in car luxuries is also a problem for many consumers, as there are no navigational systems, Bluetooth capabilities, or even iPod inputs. For some this might be considered a con, however for those who would prefer not to have additional amenities it might be a reason to like this sedan.
The Lincoln Town Car Sedan is a gas guzzler. On the high side, an average of 24 mpg is one of the worst in this class, and is even lower than some SUVs on the market.