2017 Lincoln Town Car is a full-size luxury sedan that is sold by Lincoln from 1981 to the 2011 model year. mainly sold in the United States and Canada, the Town Car exports worldwide. In 1981, the Lincoln Town Car and Lincoln Continental separate models, with the city Car remaining a full-size sedan. Produced in three distinct families, the Lincoln Town Car is entirely at the Ford Panther platform, shared with the Mercury Grand Marquis and Ford Crown Victoria.
Following the demise of the Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham with the model year 1996, the Town Car is the longest mass-produced sedan assembled in the Western Hemisphere, to nearly 216 inches long in a standard-wheelbase Town Car and 221 inches long for a long-wheelbase L Edition. From 1981 to 2007, the Lincoln Town Car gathered at Wixom Assembly in Wixom, Michigan, along with the Lincoln Continental Mark Series and Lincoln LS. Following the conclusion of Wixom Assembly, production of the Town Car has been moved to St. Thomas Assembly in Southwold, Ontario, Canada, along with the Ford Crown Victoria and Mercury Grand Marquis. In 2011, the production of all three Panther platform vehicles ended up as the St. Thomas facility ended production in September 2011.
2017 Lincoln Town Car Interior
Inside, 2017 Lincoln Town Car, featured many luxury options for its time. Signature Series and Cartier models featured 6-way power seats for driver and front passenger. In place of the full-width bench in the 1970-1979 Continental, the Town Car featured a 50/50 split front bench as the Mark series coupes. An optional full-function trip computer with digital displays to blank the driver “miles” and an “estimated time of arrival”, among other features.
Another new feature available on the Signature Series, the keyless entry system, access to the vehicle by a factory programmed Five-digit combination. From the piano mounted above the driver door handle, the driver may already include four doors, or after entering the code, unlock doors of the vehicle and make the boot lid. This system only connected to the vehicle, rather than a satellite, the need for managers to their identity with an operator in a potentially unsafe environment part is not necessary. Along with the standard keyless entry devices, this feature is still in use in many Lincoln Mercury and Ford vehicles.
2017 Lincoln Town Car Exterior
If the sales of full-size Lincolns kept’s steady during the late 1970s, Lincoln stylists chosen from styling themes of the previous continental and Mark V on the mainland / 2017 Town Car. This evolutionary features include flat sides, sharp-edged fenders, a radiator-style grille, full-width taillamps, wraparound marker lamps and withdraw vent windows. As a first for Lincoln Continental / 2017 Lincoln Town Car, the door glass fully estimated; in an unusual design, the window frames are painted matte black.
In moving rebadging the Continental to the Lincoln Town Car for 1981, Lincoln replaced the “Continental” logo above the headlights with “Town Car”, which removed in 1984. Although mechanically similar to the Ford LTD and Mercury Marquis Lincoln Town Car shared no visible body panels with another Panther chassis Fords. Unlike its Ford, Mercury, and Mark VI counterparts, robbery lines 1980 Town Cars have a vertical quarter window in the C-pillar. A padded roof was standard equipment on all cars Town, depending on trim level. In standard trim Town Cars, a leather-grained vinyl full roof covered with center pillar coach lamps are fitted, while a padded vinyl coach roof with a frenched rear window opening is included on Signature Series and Cartier models. A canvas roof re-creates the look of a convertible was optional on all but Cartier.