Since production of the Lincoln Town Car ended in 2011, livery and limousine companies have been in mourning. The Town Car offered the perfect balance of luxury and reliability needed for this line of work. Taking the place of the Town Car, Lincoln has offered livery and limousine companies the MKT Town Car which offers much more space for passengers and luggage. But not everyone wanted a crossover. They wanted a sedan like the Town Car. Because of this automakers like Cadillac, Chrysler, and even Toyota began to court livery and limousine companies to their offerings. Lincoln realized it was time to get their act together and offer a sedan. At the 2013 International LCT Show, Lincoln announced the new 2013 MKS Livery sedan.
The MKS Livery sedan will be available in either front or all-wheel drive, have three different option packages for livery and limousine companies to choose from, and come with a comprehensive four-year/150,000 mile extended warranty. Pricing for the new MKS Livery sedan starts at $43,865 and will join alongside the MKT Town Car and Navigator L in Lincoln’s livery vehicle lineup.
“The devotion to the former Town Car Exec L sedan left a sizable client base who wants a Lincoln Livery sedan larger than the MKZ Hybrid. We are responding directly to the wants of our customers with the introduction of the MKS Livery sedan,” said Craig Hall, manager of Lincoln’s Limousine/Livery program.