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Are Lincoln Town Cars good on gas?

Are Lincoln Town Cars good on gas?

Lincoln has manufactured models of Town Car for 25 years. They average 18.0 combined miles per gallon, with the latest 2008 Town Car above average at 18 combined MPG. Government regulators estimate the fuel cost of the 2008 Town Car to be $2,150 per year.

How much does it cost to fill up a Lincoln Town Car?

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2007 Lincoln Town Car
Annual Fuel Cost* $2,650
Cost to Drive 25 Miles $4.40
Cost to Fill the Tank $60
Tank Size 19.0 gallons

How many horsepower does a Lincoln Town Car have?

In Canada, the 5.0 L V8 remained carbureted until 1985. In 1986, the 5.0 L V8 was revised to 150 hp, following a redesign of the fuel-injection system with the introduction of sequential multi-port fuel injection.

When did Ford stop making the Lincoln Town Car?

From 1983 to its 2011 discontinuation, the Town Car was the longest car produced by Ford Motor Company, becoming the longest mass-production car produced in North America from 1997 to 2011. While marketed primarily in the United States and Canada, the Town Car saw exports worldwide.

What was the weight of a 1980 Lincoln Town Car?

In the interest of fuel economy and handling, the Panther chassis reduced weight by up to 1400 lbs compared to the 1970-1979 full-size Lincolns. As the lightest full-size Lincoln in 40 years, the 1980 Continental/Town Car came within less than 200 pounds of the curb weight of the compact-sized Versailles.

Is the Lincoln Continental the same as the Lincoln Town Car?

Lincoln Town Car. Since the 2012 model year, the Town Car model name has reverted to sub-model status, denoting livery/limousine/hearse variants of the Lincoln MKT. While closely matching the Town Car in both wheelbase and width, the revived Lincoln Continental is marketed as a successor to the Lincoln MKS .