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LINCOLN Town Car Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 3
First production year: 1998
Engines: Gasoline
 

2007 - 2011

The Town Car was one of the last full-size American luxury cars, recognized for its smooth rides, reliability, and image. The third generation of the Town Car was launched at the 1997 New York International Auto Show. It was the preferred base for the stretch-limos from most of the custom-car makers in the U.S. The Lincoln Town Car was the first car in history to receive the government's...

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gasoline engines:

  LINCOLN Town Car 4.6L V8 4AT (239 HP)

  LINCOLN Town Car 4.6L V8 LONG 4AT (239 HP)

2003 - 2006

Lincoln introduced a much-deserved facelift for its vehicle's flagship, the Town Car, in 2003, and it showed a touch of modernism over a classic-looking executive car. Ford decided that Lincoln had to do something with the Town Car to get new, younger customers in its showrooms. It was obvious that the former shapes didn't attract them and, from the technological point of view, it w...

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gasoline engines:

  LINCOLN Town Car 4.7L 4AT (242 HP)

1998 - 2003

Lincoln introduced the third generation of its flagship model, the Town Car, in 1998 and showed a different approach to the market and a change of its targeted customers. While the first two generations of the Town Car were addressed to those who did business with a cigar on a hand and a glass of wine on the other, Lincoln built the third generation for those who were more attracted to new te...

full description and technical specifications
gasoline engines:

  LINCOLN Town Car 4.6L V8 4AT (203 HP)

  LINCOLN Town Car 4.6L V8 4AT (218 HP)

  LINCOLN Town Car 4.6L V8 4AT (238 HP)