Lincoln Adds Luxury Segment’s Only Standard Pickup And Delivery Service

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Starting with the all-new Lincoln Continental, Lincoln adds the luxury segment’s only standard Pickup and Delivery Service across all 2017 nameplates.

Lincoln Service Valet will pick up a client’s vehicle at an agreed location and, provide a complimentary Lincoln loaner vehicle, and then take the client’s vehicle to the dealership for service. Once complete, clients can arrange for their washed and serviced vehicle to be returned to them at the location of their choice.

Pickup and Delivery is an important milestone in Lincoln’s commitment to providing personal client services to match its unique luxury products, coming at the perfect time as Lincoln prepares to launch the much-anticipated 2017 Lincoln Continental.

The all-new Lincoln Continental returns as the brand flagship this fall, offering first-class travel for clients in America and China through warm, human touches and a contemporary design. The full-size sedan is designed to appeal to culturally progressive clients who define luxury on their own terms – craving superior quality, craftsmanship and safety.

For more information, visit www.lincoln.com.

  

Approach Detection Technology In The 2017 Lincoln Continental

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The 2017 Lincoln Continental offers Approach Detection technology. This enables the vehicle to sense when the driver, carrying the key fob, comes within a range of up to 8 feet. At that point, a slew of features kick into high gear, just like you when YOU get in range of some fly ladies:

· Illuminated welcome mats project onto the ground beneath both front doors where the driver and front passenger will step as they approach so they can avoid stepping into a puddle or debris

· The door-handles glow in a hue that complements the exterior color of the vehicle and highlights their location

· Signature LED accent lights on the headlamps and tail-lamps add a sense of warmth, while ambient interior lights on the door panels, instrument panel and cup holders liven up the interior, without glare

· A light softly pulses on the push-button start, signaling that Continental is ready to go

  

Bullz-Eye reviews the 2011 Lincoln MKS

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The 2011 Lincoln MKS is part of Lincoln’s newest plan to regain a seat atop the American luxury market. It’s a solid bid for the throne, loaded up with features you expect in much more expensive luxury cars. It doesn’t have the feel of pretending to the crown, it proves to the driver that it deserves the crown, and does so while still being fun to drive.

Bullz-Eye had this to say about the car’s performance:

The Ecoboost engine has been a huge winner for Ford and Lincoln as it continues to get rave reviews. For the MKS, the new engine takes the vehicle from an above-average powered sedan to “Oh My!” This 3.5 liter twin turbo charged direct injection V6 with six-speed with select shift put out some serious power that rivals many sports cars on the road. The biggest difference is the smooth take off in the MKS Ecoboost while the four-wheel disc brakes with ABS made it easy to slow down when needed. When cruising on the highway and you need to pass or make a move, you are flying just like that. This turbo engine is awesome! Since the MKS is quite large, the gas mileage isn’t off the charts at 17mpg city and 25mpg highway but hey, when you’re laying down over $50K, a few miles here or there shouldn’t influence your decision as the driving experience matters much more. That said, the gas mileage is solid given the performance. When the winter months roll in, the all-wheel drive on the MKS we drove provides an invaluable feature for anyone living in colder climates.

For the full 2011 Lincoln MKS review, head over to the Bullz-Eye Cars Channel.

  

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