About the 1996 Lincoln Town Car
Powertrain: 4.6L gasoline V8 with sequential multi-port fuel injection
Transmission: Four-speed automatic, rear-wheel-drive
Fuel economy: 15 mpg city/23 mpg highway/18 mpg combined
Trim levels: Executive, Signature, Cartier
In this case, you could consider Lincoln’s recent bad press to be a fall from grace, with the Town Car setting the bar.
When you browse the classifieds, keep your eyes peeled for the following exterior colors:
The interior, meanwhile, will be decked out in one of these choices:
How much does a 1996 Lincoln Town Car cost today?
Where to buy a 1996 Lincoln Town Car
Is the 1996 Lincoln Town Car a good buy?
That being said, the 1996 Town Car isn’t an especially collectible or memorable piece of automotive history. Although it knew its fanbase was shrinking, Lincoln made little effort to seriously update the model’s power or styling in the late ‘90s. As a result, the Lincoln name just doesn’t carry the kind of cachet that it used to. If you buy one, buy it for pleasure, and don’t expect the youngsters to be impressed—at least until you give them a ride.
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