For the longest time, General Motors was the undisputed champion in car sales in Canada among American manufacturers. It seemed that GM’s invincibility north of the border would never go challenged, that is until Ford turned the tables on the perennial powerhouse in June.
Ford rose to the top of the June monthly sales in Canada with 27,408 cars sold in June, supplanting General Motors on the top of the list for the first time in 50 years. Ford’s total sales are a little over 5,000 more than GM, which sold 22,334 cars. Ford’s surprising surge to the top was in large part caused by the high demand for locally-manufactured Ford vehicles including the Crown Victoria, the Grand Marquis and the Lincoln Town Car. The Crown Victoria’s high demand among Canadians stems from the fact that these cars are widely used as fleets of taxi cabs and police cruisers all over the country.
Earlier this week, a consumer research agency listed the ten luxury cars with the worst resale values. Among them were Cadillacs, Jaguars, and a Mercedes-Benz.
But the champion – coming in dead last, even behind a Mercury – was the Lincoln Town Car.
Which means that the used Lincoln Town Car is the steal of the century.
The Town Car hasn’t been changed in a millennium.
OK, that was an exaggeration, but the car is well over a decade old. Moreover, in the (...) > Full story
At the first look it seams this is a very exotic limousine created by stretching a Rolls Royce Phantom, also a exotic car.You might ask yourself if the price has more than five ’0’ at the end.But take a second and analyze the detailes.Yes you are right, is a fake.
Town Car is Lincoln’s full-size luxury sedan with a tradition of a smooth ride and superb comfort. The Town Car has long been Lincoln’s flagship sedan - it is the brand’s highest volume model, and it boasts extremely high customer satisfaction and loyalty.
Four trim series - Signature, Signature Limited, Designer and Signature L - are available for retail customers and three additional series are available for the limousine and livery business.