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Lincoln MKT Town Car Is Your Next Limo

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With production of the Lincoln Town Car--and its Panther platform stablemates--coming to an end, Ford is now in need of a replacement for its popular limousine. That replacement could potentially be this new Lincoln MKT Town Car Livery package, which was revealed this week at the 2011 Limousine, Charter and Tour show in Las Vegas.

Ford has unveiled both a MKT Town Car Livery package as well as a long-wheelbase MKT Town Car Limousine, and plans to start production of the new vehicles at its Oakville assembly plant in Ontario, Canada this spring. 

Benefits of the MKT over the previous Town Cars include a taller stance, making entry and egress easier, more interior space, as well as latest SYNC and Wi-Fi amenities for the driver. Passengers also get a USB charging port, a 110-volt power socket in the rear seat center console, and Wi-Fi hotspot capability for mobile tablets, laptops and other devices.

Current Lincoln Town Car production ends this fall. For more details on the regular ‘civilian’ Lincoln MKT, check out our previous review by clicking here.

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  1. I dont like Lincoln MKT Town Car limousine for our wedding why it is bad choice fleet. our wedding people have best pick up for Rolls Royce Phantom or Rolls Royce Ghost limousine. I know Rolls Royce are authentic models. Rolls Royce models are prefect and beautiful. Lincoln Town Car is ugly, boring and same years models since 1998.
     
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  2. it still astounds me that Ford will invest in rubbish lookign cars like this, when they have a perfect replacement for the Lincoln town Car in the form of the Ford Falcon, which is built in Australia. A rear drive family sized car with a big bullet proof engine and great drivin characteristics along with one of thew sweetest autos in the business. Plus it is readily upgradeably. the theory behind ignoring this car is astounding, and reason enpough the Ford HQ is flounderign with their locally (US) produced poorer cars
     
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  3. Where do you get this crap? Floundering with U.S. produced cars? Ford's North American (U.S.) operations, led by US designed vehicles such as F-Series and Fusion, accounted for almost all of Ford's remarkable operating profit produced in 2010, and will do so again in 2011.
     
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  4. Ha-Ha Well where do I start? The F – Series is massive…..In the US only. Outside of the US it is a behemoth, mocked repeatedly and is known for terrible fuel consumption, and usage of old school ideas for an oversized population. The relative success of the Fusion is only remarkable in the fact that they managed to get something right. And that’s only because they copied old ideas by not embracing the European designed Focus years ago. The design of US produced cars is horribly archaic (I have lived there and have experienced them first hand), and when they attempt to go all edgy and new age they end up looking horrid. Take for example the MKT above. The only saving grace being the Mopar rehashes of the Camaro and Challenger
    If you did your research and looked beyond your red white and blue tinted glasses you would find that Ford have a healthy presence globally, and produce one of the better and most affordable full sized family cars in the market, the Ford Falcon. You may know of its direct competitor the Pontiac G8 or better known as the Holden Commodore. These 2 cars (cars that to be honest I have no great affection for) should be made available post haste in the Nth American market more readily, so that you can appreciate that a lot goes on outside your borders that is more often than not of a better standard. It’s a great big world out there….you should try it out some time
     
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