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1995 Lincoln Town Car Review
A reliable status symbol.
Reviewed by Automotive on
The 1995 Lincoln Town Car is a full-size luxury sedan that's brimming with classic Lincoln decadence and a powerful V-8 sitting underneath. Thanks to its high level of style and refinement, it's used as a chauffeured vehicle and converted into a limousine more than any car in the United States. Yet it's still very much accessible to independent, everyday drivers as well. It's part of the sedan’s second generation; this year’s model boasts a full interior redesign. Three models are available: the Executive, the Signature, and the Cartier.
Engines: 4.6-liter V-8
Transmissions: four-speed automatic
Models: Lincoln Town Car Executive, Lincoln Town Car Signature, Lincoln Town Car Cartier
The 1995 Lincoln Town Car receives a variety of updated features, including new headlights, taillights, grille, bumpers, and body side molding. An electronic steering switch selector has been added, letting drivers select their preferred type of steering effort. The refreshed cabin also features a new two-spoke steering wheel, illuminated switches, and larger stereo controls. Steering wheel-mounted stereo and climate controls have been added to the Signature and Cartier.
The 1995 Lincoln Town Car has a strongly-angled, business-like profile that suits it well for conversion to a full-size limousine. Basic exterior features include alloy wheels, a rear window defogger, automatic on/off headlights, and tinted glass. A power moonroof is optional, along with a camper/towing package.
Whether consumers are sitting behind the wheel or in the rear seat, the 1995 Lincoln Town Car’s interior is wonderfully luxurious. Cloth seating is the entry-level standard with leather upholstery optional on the Executive and Signature models and standard on the Cartier. Additional interior features include an AM/FM/cassette audio system, cruise control, automatic climate control, leather steering wheel trim, a keyless and lighted entry system, and a trip computer. A CD changer is optional on all models, while the Cartier also offers an optional cellular phone.
Performance & Handling
The 1995 Lincoln Town Car is a reliable sedan that provides a very smooth ride, thanks in part to the self-leveling suspension, while the muscular V-8 engine contributes 210 horsepower and 270 lb-ft of torque. With its trustworthy handling and steady performance, it’s little wonder the Lincoln Town Car is a top choice for limousines and chauffeured vehicles.
The 1995 Lincoln Town Car provides front airbags for the driver and front passenger but no side airbags. Other safety equipment includes power windows and power door locks and an anti-theft alarm system. Four-wheel anti-lock brakes are standard on all models, while traction control is optional on the Executive and Signature models and standard on the Cartier.
EPA Fuel Economy
- Luxurious interior
- Steady handling
- Status symbol
You Won't Like
- Wind noise at top speeds
- Expensive to repair or replace parts
A reliable status symbol.
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