1995 Lincoln Mark VIII

  • 1995 Lincoln Mark VIII LSC Coupe

    LSC Coupe

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1995 Lincoln Mark VIII Review

Luxury and performance match this coupe’s large size.

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The Lincoln Mark VIII, produced from 1993 to 1998, is a large touring coupe with a sturdy unibody construction and lots of luxury. While it's a successor to the Mark VII, it's marked by a both a larger body and a lighter curb weight. Its aerodynamic profile and lush interior create an attractive package, while the powerful V-8 engine contributes plenty of power. Even with the level of luxury, it can be owned for a very reasonable price. On the other hand, its exclusive Lincoln pedigree makes it much pricier to repair or replace individual parts. It's available in either the standard model, or the more aggressive SLC.

The Range

Body Styles: coupe
Engines: 4.6-liter V-8
Transmissions: four-speed automatic
Models: Lincoln Mark VIII, Lincoln Mark VIII LSC

What's New

The 1995 Lincoln Mark VIII benefits from a number of significant improvements. The instrument panel is updated with a new stereo and larger buttons. It also now boasts retained accessory power, which is a feature that gives passengers 10 seconds to close the power windows after the car is turned off. The new LSC model debuted midyear in 1995, bringing a boost in power and a number of fresh features.


The 1995 Lincoln Mark VIII is as sleek as a bullet with its smoothly rounded silhouette. Consumers will be hard pressed to find a right angle anywhere on this curvaceous coupe. Standard exterior features for the base model include 16-inch alloy wheels, tinted glass, a power antenna, and automatic on/off headlights. Optional equipment includes chrome wheels, auto-dim exterior mirrors, and a power moonroof. The LSC provides a unique selection of body colors and earns bragging rights for being the first domestic car to use HID headlights.


Considering how large the 1995 Lincoln Mark VIII’s body is, the cabin is relatively cramped, particularly when it comes to the driver’s legroom. Still, there is a good amount of luxury available with a fine list of optional features. Standard interior equipment includes cruise control, tilt steering, air conditioning, a cassette player, a leather-trimmed steering wheel, and leather seating. Optional features include a CD changer, JBL audio, and a cellular phone.

Performance & Handling

The 1995 Lincoln Mark VIII boasts amazingly tight handling, especially for a car of its size. A self-leveling suspension automatically drops the vehicle one inch at highway speeds for improved aerodynamics. And underneath all this is a wonderfully powerful, 4.6-liter, V-8 engine rated at 280 horsepower and over 300 lb-ft of torque. With such a fine combination of muscle and aerodynamic design, there’s plenty of fun to experience behind the Mark VIII’s wheel.


The 1995 Lincoln Mark VIII comes standard with four-wheel anti-lock brakes and driver and passenger front airbags. Other basic safety equipment includes power brakes, an anti-theft alarm system, and power door locks. Traction control is optional.

EPA Fuel Economy

Lincoln Mark VIII: 16/23 mpg city/highway

You'll Like

  • Tight handling
  • Good power and acceleration
  • Luxurious interior
  • Aerodynamic design

You Won't Like

  • Cramped interior
  • Crowded driver’s foot well
  • Poor rear view
  • Requires premium fuel

Sum Up

Luxury and performance match this coupe’s large size.

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