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Lincoln is one of the classic American car manufacturers, specializing in luxury cars. The brand was founded by Henry Leland, a former manager of Cadillac, and his son Wilfred Leland in 1917. Ford purchased Lincoln in 1922, although Lincoln operated autonomously until 1940. In 1932 Lincoln launched the massively popular Zephr, and the Continental was born in 1940. During the late 1980s and early 1990s Lincoln became leaders in safety, providing features such as dual airbags and ABS as standard. In 1998 Lincoln was brought into Ford’s Premier Automotive Group, which allowed Lincoln to develop luxury models alongside the likes of Jaguar, Aston Martin, Land Rover and Volvo. In 2006 Lincoln started the MK series with the MKZ,a mid-sized sports sedan. And in 2014 Lincoln launched in China with the MKZ and MKC. Lincolns have had a long history of providing official state limousines for the US President, the most famous of which being the “SS-100-X” Continental which transported President Kennedy around Texas in his final hours.
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The Lincoln Continental will be returning in 2017. Evoking the luxurious models of the 1960s, it is reputed that the new Continental will feature a V6 400 horsepower engine, a front-wheel drive configuration, and a panoramic sunroof. The previous edition of the Continental was produced from 1995 to 2002 and displayed more rounded lines compared to its predecessor. It featured a V8 engine for the first time since 1987, producing 260 horsepower and could be configured with five or six passenger seating. In 2002, 2000 collector’s editions were produced.
The Lincoln Navigator is a full-size luxury SUV that offers three row seating, space and a powerful turbocharged engine that can tow up to 9,000 pounds at an attractive price. The already spacious Navigator is also available in a long-wheelbase version for even more space, and the standard rear-wheeled drive configuration can be upgraded to a four-wheel drive version. With an independent rear suspension, the Navigator has good ride qualities and good handling around corners. The quiet cabin is upholstered in leather, and the front seats are heated and ventilated for additional driver and passenger comfort.
The MKX SUV is Lincoln’s five-seat luxury mid-sized crossover SUV. The MKX is well equipped with standard features such as automatic xenon lights, keyless ignition and entry, rear parking sensors, voice controls, bluetooth connectivity, and the MyLincoln Touch infotainment system. The MKX comes either with a 3.7 liter V6 engine or a turbocharged 2.7 liter V6 engine that can tow 3,500 pounds. The 2016 MKX scored a top 5 stars out of 5 in government crash tests for overall crash protection.
The MKZ sedan is offered with a turbocharged 2 liter engine, a 3.7 liter V6 engine, or as a hybrid. The stylish and sleek design of the MKZ is obvious with its exterior looks, but also continues into the modern looking interior. The 2016 Lincoln MKZ features a program system called MyKey, which allows the owner to set limits for vehicle speed and stereo volume for other drivers. With safety in mind, Lincoln also offers Sync which automatically dials emergency services in the event of an airbag deployment. The MKZ provides a comfortable ride while also being composed around corners, and the adjustable suspension and quick steering only improve the handling of the MKZ.
The Lincoln flagship luxury MKS sedan is powered by a 3.7 liter V6 engine running on front or all-wheel drive, the EcoBoost model offered in all-wheel drive is powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.5 liter engine that develops 60 more horsepower than the V6. Both engines provide a smooth, quiet ride and good fuel economy for a car in this class. Interior space is plentiful with ample head and legroom in the front and back, and the trunk is a spacious 19 cubic-feet.
The Lincoln MKT is a low riding full-size crossover SUV/wagon sitting above the MKX that seats six or seven passengers with its three-row seat arrangement. The MKT includes a panoramic glass roof and has a sumptuous cabin filled with leather and wood. The suspension provides a comfortable ride, and the heavy insulation and double-paned front windows create a quiet cabin environment.
The luxury compact MKC SUV feels like its bigger siblings with a luxurious cabin, a comfortable and quiet ride, and all provided at an attractive price. The engine and transmission are responsive whether you choose the 2 liter or the 2.3 liter engine, both of which are turbocharged. Coming in four levels of trim, even the base Premier trim includes keyless ignition and entry, heated seats, dual-zone automatic climate control, and an 8-inch touchscreen with the new Sync 3 interface.