Features of the Lincoln Town Car, the most-recent model of which was introduced in 2011, include an improved interior, slight styling changes, upgraded engines and a stronger frame. The vehicle has the same rear axle, rear-wheel drive and body-on-frame chassis as the previous model.
Designed with rear bench seats, the Lincoln Town Car offers comfortable transportation and spacious room for six passengers. The Lincoln Town Car runs on a 4.6-liter V8 engine capable of producing 287 pound-feet of torque and 239 horsepower. Standard- and long-wheelbase models were launched between 2003 and 2011.
The Lincoln Town Car was mainly available in long-wheelbase Signature L trim levels and standard-wheelbase Signature Limited from 2006 until 2011. Main features include a quality sound system, driver memory settings, heated front seats and a dual-zone, automatic climate control. The Town Car Signature L boasts a body 6 inches longer compared to the standard model and a more-spacious rear bench seat with its own audio and climate settings.
The Lincoln Town Car also features a large storage space that can accommodate four golf club sets in the trunk. However, its disadvantages are its slow acceleration, poor fuel economy and a dated four-speed automatic without options for gear ratios. The vehicle's weak engine, absence of modern features and soft handling are other downsides.