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    2002 Lincoln Continental - Base (100A)

    Pros: Getting in and out of this vehicle ( Front seat)

    Cons: Upholstery ( Carpet) very poor guality

    Advice: I've owned Lincolns since 1936

    Takes curves better than the town car and is very good on gas milage.Handles great.Upholstery (carpet)Gives this Aotomobile a poor guality rating.Otherwise a great handler.Lincoln should put a regular size spare tire and wheel in this vehicle. (No micky mouse tire and wheel).I think the price you pay for the Continental you should get all wheels the same size

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    2002 Lincoln Continental - Base (100A)

    Pros: Driver Select

    Cons: Nothing

    Advice: Do not be afraid of front wheel drive

    I Have Owned 3 of these vehicles and I think they are great.

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    2002 Lincoln LS - V8 Auto Base (200A)

    Pros: Comfortable ride and the heated seats

    Cons: Haven't found it yet

    Advice: Buy the LS with the V8 loaded

    I have test driven Mercedies, Acura, Lexus, Audi, and BMWs all in the same or close to the LS V8 class. I now own a LS Super Sport V8 with the NY style package, Nuff said I guess

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    2002 Lincoln Navigator - 4x4

    Pros: RIDE/POWER

    Cons: CENTER CONSOL TAKES UP TOO MUCH ROOM

    Advice: TRY THR EXPEDITION FIRST

    BIG POWERFULL AND GENERALLY SPACIOUS ALTHOUGH CENTER CONSOLE TAKES UP A LOT OF HIP ROOM. DETAIL ITEMS; DOOR FIT,PAINT ETC DOESN'T MATCH UP TO HIGH STANDARD IMPORTS