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Posted on: October 15, 2010 | In Lincoln
The 2011 Lincoln Aviator is going to be pleasing those that are looking for a mid-size SUV to add to their family. There are many aspects about the Aviator that has it attracting attention from buyers everywhere. This includes a slue of safety features that are designed to protect the driver and passengers better now then ever before. This safety features include things such as:
- the optional tire pressure monitoring system
- The Safety Air canopy air bag which covers around sixty five percent of the windows should the SUV be involved in a crash.
- Dual air bags on the passenger and driver side
- Anti lock brakes
The performance of the mid size SUV is not going to disappoint anyone with what they have to offer. The SUV is outfitted with Ford's 4.6 liter, v8 engine that offers around 309 horsepower. The performance is not something that the consumer is going to be unhappy with once they get it onto the road. The SUV also has a four wheel drive system in place on most models that utilizes stability bars and so forth to give an even smoother ride. Those that are looking for the Lincoln Aviator they are going to find two different models that are available for 2011. These include the luxury and the premium model. They are basically the same, with the premium model having many more features about it such as the power heated seats, and so forth.
On both models, the person is going to find that they are able to add many customizable options that are going to allow the person to have a completely different vehicle than what the other people have. Examples include:
- Moon roof
- Premium audio system
- navigation system
- towing package
Standard equipment on both models of the Aviator include:
- adjustable brakes and accelerator pedals
- dual zone climate control
- steering wheel mounted audio controls
- heated side mirrors with turn signal on the mirror
Driving wise, the SUV is offering a smooth ride that is heavy and ready for whatever obstacles comes its way. Though the SUV is catered as a luxury vehicle, the person is going to find that they can take it off road if they need to do that with the four wheel drive engaged. The handling of the car is pretty standard as car as SUV's are concerned. Therefore, people can expect to be driving something that is similar to a truck, though with all the advances in technology that the SUV is offering, then the drive is going to be less stiff than what people are used to with trucks. This is going to be a great entry level mid size sedan for those with small or medium families.
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For those that are looking for a great mix of luxury and the ability to be versatile, then they should look no further than the 2011 Lincoln Blackwood. This vehicle can be compared to the likes of the Escalade or the Denali, making it a great vehicles for those with a family.
Engine wise the Blackwood is equipped with a V8, 5.4 liter engine that is going to give around 300 horsepower. They are going to find that gas mileage wise they are getting on average 17 miles per gallon on the highway and 12 miles per gallon in the city. Standard transmission includes a four speed automatic.
The Blackwood is going to seat for people in the four door pickup, however, most people are a little disappointed that they are only going to get one trim, which is the Luxury Utility Vehicles. There has been many changes made to the vehicle since 2003 that have enabled it to compete better with the competition and make people want it more.
One of the most notable features about the vehicle that they have changed is the security features that are in place. The drive and feel of the vehicle is going to make it much easier to control on the road, and add in the fact that there are more safety features make it more likely to be the choice that you choose when you want something for yourself to haul the family in.
Some of the more notable features that were found while reviewing the car was that the passenger room is nice and plenty of it, meaning that the passengers are going to be more comfortable. This is something that was surprising, as most cars and trucks these days are not allowing for more passenger room. In addition, while driving the Blackwood you are going to notice a nice and silent ride that is what you have come to expect from Lincoln, seeing as it is a luxury brand.
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The 2011 Lincoln LS is the most youthful of the Lincolns, and the Lincoln that’s the most European in its temperament. It now boasts increased horsepower, torque, and smoothness, thanks to variable valve timing and electronic throttle control. Chassis refinements promise more precise steering and a smoother, quieter ride. Comfort and convenience have been enhanced in 2011 Lincoln Ls with power-adjustable pedals, a softer feel for some of the controls, and by an electronic parking brake that frees up storage space in the center console.
2011 Lincoln Ls presents a classy profile, with its long wheelbase and chunky rear end. With its angular lines The 2011 Lincoln Ls shares little in appearance with the rest of the Lincoln family, apart from its Lincoln badge and waterfall grille. 2011 Lincoln Ls styling has been updated immensely. The grille trim, front fascia, exterior mirrors, rear deck lid, tail lamps, license plate trim and wheels are all new in the latest edition. Dual chrome-tipped exhausts on all models complement the new look. Also new for this sleek car is a keyless entry keypad on the driver’s door, a feature long-time Ford and Lincoln-Mercury buyers like. Like cars from Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Jaguar, the Lincoln’s new avatar uses rear-wheel drive.
Driving enthusiasts prefer rear-wheel drive over front-wheel drive for its superior driving characteristics. The interior of The 2011 Lincoln Ls is understated, in a more European style. There are no gaudy trim pieces. Instead the interior is cozy and cockpit-inspired. The leather seats feel cushy in the Lincoln tradition. They are comfortable, though not as supportive as the seats found in a Mercedes-Benz or BMW. The driver and front passenger seat in 2011 Lincoln Ls offer power adjustments, with three-way memory for the driver. The tilt-and-telescope steering wheel and exterior mirrors are tied into the memory seating system. And when the ignition is switched off, the driver’s seat automatically moves to the back of its track, which makes getting in and out easier. Redefine four-wheeler driving with 2011 Lincoln Ls.
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2008 2011 Lincoln Navigator is extremely popular for its ability to carry lots of people and a decent amount of cargo. Amazingly, Lincoln engineers have taken a truck chassis and totally reengineered it such that The new 2008 2011 2011 Lincoln Navigator does handle and ride much like a large luxury sedan. The first thing you’ll notice about The new 2008 2011 2011 Lincoln Navigator is that it does not look much different from the model that has been on sale since 1997. In fact the external differences are so subtle that you only see them when you compare the two vehicles side by side.
It retains the same commanding appearance and a somewhat softer, more sophisticated look than many large SUVs, which is undoubtedly why Lincoln did not feel any need to change its external appearance.
An optional feature on The 2011 Lincoln Navigator is power running boards, an industry first. When a door is opened the running boards quietly extend out by four inches to allow easier access to the vehicle. When the doors are closed they automatically retract under the rocker panels. The interior of The new 2008 2011 2011 Lincoln Navigator is totally different from last year’s model, or any other SUV for that matter. For 2008 2011 Lincoln Navigator, Lincoln started from scratch and designed an interior with a host of luxury touches more akin to a car. Yet it does not look like a car’s interior. Instead it has a modern, elegant feel. The interior surfaces are finished in a pleasant low-lustre satin nickel color that matches the trim nicely.
It is undisputedly the best car in the business. LEDs (120 of them) are used throughout the cabin of 2008 2011 Lincoln Navigator to illuminate buttons and controls. The legend for each control is laser etched into the satin nickel surface so that it appears black in daylight yet illuminates at night with a nice white glow. In 2008 2011 Lincoln Navigator, front passengers have a dual-zone climate control system. Passengers in both the second and third row of seats get their own panels with auxiliary controls. Many years ago a large luxurious sporty car was called a “Grand Touring Car” because it was capable of carrying passengers long distances in a more sporty fashion than a regular sedan but in a more luxurious fashion than a sports car. The term GT has changed its meaning over the years but perhaps it’s fair to call The 2011 Lincoln Navigator a modern “Grand Touring” car. After all, it can transport up to eight passengers in comfort while delivering a decent driving experience at the same time.
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The 2011 Lincoln Town Car will not only appeal to businessmen and women who need to carry lots of people and cargo but who also enjoy the driver’s seat. 2011 Lincoln Town Car is appealing for its spacious seating for six people and a trunk that provides cavernous storage for luggage and golf clubs. This is a traditional American luxury sedan. It’s roomy and comfortable. It’s smooth and stable. Its V8 engine and rear-wheel-drive layout give it a traditional feel. And it’s luxurious.
Those who will buy 2011 Lincoln Town Car will definitely like it. For 2011, Lincoln re-engineered the it with the objective of improving its handling. Have a look at the superb range of this exciting car awaits you: Executive ($40,270); Signature ($42,730); Cartier ($45,240); Executive L ($44,245); Cartier L ($50,700).
The 2011 Lincoln Town Car boasts a new frame, a new rack-and-pinion steering system, a new brake system, and new front and rear suspensions. Revised front and rear styling distinguish the new model, but the changes are subtle and only careful observers are likely to notice. A new instrument panel and improved trunk space highlight the interior changes. For 2011, Lincoln has given The 2011 Lincoln Town Car a more formal and refined exterior. The front and rear ends of The 2011 Lincoln Town Car ‘s exterior have been completely redesigned.
The hood, front fenders and rear quarter panels are new. Changes at the rear include a new trunk lid, fascia and taillights. Taillamps are larger and plainer than the previous model’s. The 2011 Lincoln Town Car ‘s interior is plush and luxurious. The entire cabin has been redone in terms of materials, graphics and appearance, with a completely new dashboard and instrument panel that is simply more elegant and more fun to look at than the previous model’s relatively drab and quiet design. There’s more burl walnut veneer all around the interior in 2011 Lincoln Town Car, a new winged analog clock at the top center of the dash, and more brushed satin metal panels. It is the only game in town if you are in the market for a large, American rear-wheel-drive V8 luxury car.
Posted on: October 6, 2010 | In Lincoln
Among the midsize luxury sedans, The 2011 Lincoln Zephyr is the best. People won’t have to look to BMW 3 Series or Mercedes-Benz C-Class for superiority anymore. The 2011 2011 Lincoln Zephyr is equipped with 3.0-liter dohc 24-valve V6 engine instrumental in delivering 220 horsepower at 6250 RPM and 200 pound-feet of torque at 4750 RPM. The powerhouse comes with 6-speed automatic transmission system. Thanks to 6-speed automatic transmission system, The 2011 Lincoln Zephyr delivers superb fuel economy – 20 miles per gallon in the city and 28 miles per gallon on highways.
As far as standard features are concerned, The 2011 Lincoln Zephyr has got 10-way power adjustable heated driver and front passenger seats, 17-inch wheels, speed-sensitive windshield wipers, dual-zone electronic climate control, fog lamps, power windows, power locks, 6-speaker audio system with in-dash CD/MP3 player, heated exterior mirrors, leather upholstery, genuine wood trim, universal garage door opener, trip computer, auto-dimming rearview mirror and cruise control.
You can opt for 17-inch chrome wheels, Navigation system, THX II Audiophile sound system and heated/cooled front seats as well. The safety features available with The 2011 Lincoln Zephyr are ABS, EBD, curtain airbags, frontal airbags, side-impact airbags and electronic stability control.
The 2011 Lincoln Zephyr has been designed in Hermosillo, Mexico. The car comes with the basic warranty of 4 years or 50,000 miles. The vehicle has been priced at $28,995. The midsize luxury sedan is all set to become viable alternative to Buick Lucerne, Lexus ES 330, Acura TL and Cadillac CTS. The car has got amazing interior and styling.
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The 2011 Lincoln Mark LT takes pride in its impressive range of standard features that includes AM/FM/MP3 stereo with six-disc, in-dash CD changer and subwoofer, power mirrors, power windows and front door locking with coded keypad and leather-trimmed, message center for onboard computer and engine warning functions, power front seats with two-setting driver seat memory, leather-wrapped, tilt steering wheel with redundant audio and air conditioning controls, cruise control, auto-dimming rearview mirror with compass and ambient temperature, automatic air conditioning and overhead rail system.
You can opt for power adjustable pedals, trailer tow package, reverse sensing system, limited slip rear differential, bed extender, chrome box rails, 18-inch, chrome wheels, platform running boards, rear seat entertainment system and power sliding rear window as well. The 2011 2011 Lincoln Mark LT ensures safety of its occupants with dual-stage frontal airbags and child safety seat anchors (LATCH). Reverse sensing system comes as optional. The 2011 2011 Lincoln Mark LT has been designed in Dearborn, Michigan. The car is available with the basic warranty of 4 years or 50,000 miles. The 2011 Lincoln Mark LT has got 5.4-liter single overhead cam 24-valve V8 engine generating 300 horsepower at 5000 RPM and 365 horsepower at 3750 RPM. Four-speed automatic transmission system has been integrated with the engine. Thanks to four-speed automatic transmission facility, The 2011 Lincoln Mark LT offers magnificent fuel economy – 14 miles per gallon in the city and 18 miles per gallon on highways. The 2011 2011 Lincoln Mark LT is one of the most stylish and spacious four-door vehicles available.