Lincoln cars have been a symbol of luxury for decades. Remember the Kennedys gracefully sliding in their long and sleek Lincoln Continental?
Or how about the Town Car days of the 90’s, when Lincoln was known to be the best sold luxury car brand in America?
Although we can no longer find the Town Car sold in the market today as the highlight product of this prestigious company, Lincoln is still pretty famous among the famous even in Hollywood.
The likes of Halle Berry, Eva Longoria, Christina Aguilera, and Sandra Bullock have been spotted in Lincoln Navigators. On the men’s side, we have Charles Barkley, Dax Shepard, Sinbad, Will Smith, and even David Beckham seen enjoying a ride in their old and new Lincolns.
Aside from its tradition of luxury, what else makes a Lincoln car stand out? Two words come to mind – Green and Fast. The Lincoln Motor Company boasts of bolder designs as we can see in the new 2014 MKT model. Generally speaking though, today’s Lincoln car models have also been equipped with EcoBoost technology enabling them to achieve about 20% fuel efficiency and at the same time reducing greenhouse emissions by 15%. This gives the package its meat and juice to compete in today’s rapidly changing car industry. See more what Lincoln Motor Company has to offer at reedman-toll Lincoln.
So if you’re looking for a brand that can give you luxury and a guilt-free conscience (in terms of doing what you can for the environment) in one, the Lincoln is a good choice to begin with. Not only does it deliver a pretty cool package in the looks department, today’s Lincoln has also managed to achieve the perfect compromise when it comes to fuel efficiency (spending less on gasoline a limited commodity whose price is seen to steadily rise in the years to come), speed (even with the EcoBoost technology, Lincoln cars are have been reviewed to offer better speed and power performance as compared to its Hybrid counterparts), and going environment-friendly; all of course within the tradition of luxury that Lincoln has always been known for.
Do you remember what was said to be the largest North American convertible ever built? The 1958 Lincoln Continental Mark III is still alive and cruising. Once owned by movie star Mamie Van Doren, this collector’s item is now privately owned by Sherwin Stapley who says not only is the car gorgeous and special, it is indeed a rare gem.
Owning a piece of history or art is like that, it endures while increasing in value. Luxury car manufacturers know this as well, that they are making cars intended to last, and to last in style.
If this is what you are looking for, then check out Lincoln’s MKZ, MKX, MKS, MKT, and Navigator models and experience a level of personal service slanted to stand out. Have a personal concierge walk you through the entire shopping process, and stand by your side through ownership. If you are still not completely convinced, go on a date with your Lincoln of choice. Lincoln dealerships in North America have recently launched the Lincoln Date Night which gives interested buyers a chance to bring home a Lincoln for the weekend. When you get to know her better, I’m sure you’ll be convinced that you’er owning something green, fast, and famous.