The 2011 Lincoln Town Car Sedan features two different available trim packages. The first is the Signature Limited series which has sensors for rear parking, power open and close trunk, driver memory capabilities, leather interior and a six CD changer. This model is the average wheelbase for the Lincoln Town Car Sedan, however if you are looking for a larger wheelbase then the six extra inches of the Signature L series is available. This model offers much more legroom, and all the features of the Signature Limited model, but with heated seat throughout the vehicle and an armrest that can fold down or up. Each package can include chrome wheels, xenon headlights and more. Keep in mind however that the longer the wheelbase the worse the turning radius and maneuverability is for this sedan, which the standard size is pretty bad to begin with.
Speaking of the interior, for those who have not driven or ridden in this model it is hard to imagine the amount of room that is available in even the Signature Limited Series, not to mention the 21 cubic feet of room within the trunk, truly nothing to be scoffed at. While there is no shortage of space in the 2011 Lincoln Town Car Sedan, it is important to recognize that there are not many amenities which fill up all that free space. Audio and climate control capabilities are pretty much the amenities that you can look forward to. There is no standard inclusion of rear seat screens, iPod connections, Bluetooth capabilities, or any other modern considerations for that matter. So if you are searching for amenities and electronic luxuries from a sedan, then perhaps test driving the Chrysler 300 or even the Toyota Avalon would suit your needs over the Lincoln Town Car Sedan.
While the 2011 Lincoln Town Car Sedan has proven its reliability over the years, it is not the car for those who are looking to ride luxuriously and in-style. Nor is it the sedan that is going to carry the passengers that an SUV does with a lower gas price. If you seek to have a sedan that has the amenities, the ride and the look of previous generation sedans, then the Lincoln Town Car is for you. However, when searching for a modern sedan that has all the luxuries of a smooth ride and an electronic interior, then this Lincoln is not for you!