The Lincoln Division of the Ford Motor Company made quality cars in the 1930's. The bodies were elegant and some models housed a fine V-12 engine.
Until 1998 Lincoln was the best-selling luxury brand in the United States when cars from Europe and Japan cut down its market share.
Ford also has had considerable success with a sportscar and racing model called the Ford Mustang.
"The 2006 Lincoln Zephyr revives a nameplate that dates back to 1936, and like the original, this all-new, five-passenger sedan is an entry point for potential young customers to tap Ford Motor Company's Lincoln luxury brand.
The Zephyr is based on the same front-wheel drive midsize sedan platform underpinning the Ford Fusion."
The Town Car is known as the highest-rated American car in the mid-luxury segment. This was revealed after a J. D. Power and Associates customer-satisfaction study. Some 75 percent of limousine and lively cars flying around are consisting of this spacious American luxury sedan. Lincoln Town Car is an eye-catching, appealing car,
with a large cabin and trunk. Compared to its Japanese competitors, it has lesser power yet, Town Car's powertrain is undeniably smooth and refined and its styling is sensual and contemporary.