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Enjoy Luxury and Performance in the 2019 Lincoln Continental

Lincoln has always stood for the ultimate in style, comfort and high-end, luxury details. The 2019 Lincoln Continental carries on this tradition and expands it into a car where no detail has been spared.

At Landmark Lincoln, we have customers who know that they deserve the finest automotive experience. For these discerning customers, we are proud to present this new member of the Lincoln family. The twin-turbocharged 3.0L V6 engine lets you take off like a rocket, while 400 horsepower and 400 lb-ft. of torque keep the rocket flying.  

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Lincoln MKZ Technology Features

Technology is one of the MKZ’s incredibly strong points. The 2018 models are known for their changes in comfort and design. The 2018 Lincoln MKZ model comes standard with SYNC 3 infotainment and an 8-inch display, including 11 speakers, Bluetooth, Android Auto, and Apple CarPlay. This includes two USB ports as well as automatic dual-zone climate control and proximity key. The push-button start, rear sensors, rearview camera, and other driver safety features are also important to remember when test driving this vehicle. 

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Let Us Show You the Technology Features of the Lincoln Navigator

Are you looking for a large vehicle to take your family about town? Are you searching for a vehicle that not only keeps everyone comfortable, but offers great technology features? You should consider the Lincoln Navigator. This popular full size SUV is set up with a number of advanced features.

Parking a vehicle can be difficult, especially when that vehicle is on the larger side. Are you someone who struggles with parking and who is seeking help with that? The Lincoln Navigator gives you the option to get set up with enhanced active park assist to make parking easy. 

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How to Improve Your All-Important Credit Score

Your credit score is vital when it comes to purchases like a car or a home. You need to take steps to ensure that your credit score is as high as you reasonably can get it. With that in mind, there are some steps that you can take to improve your credit score.

You should take the time to review your credit reports. By reviewing your reports you will be able to identify errors in them. A significant percentage of credit reports contain inaccurate information.  

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Testing Your Battery in Extreme Weather

Extreme temperatures can wreck havoc on vehicles. From the paint to the fluids, cars take a beating in extreme weather. Before the weather changes, it's vital you take a look at the elements of prevention. One of the important aspects to guard is your battery life. Whether it's winter for which you're preparing, or sizzling summer temps, your battery needs to be at full strength. Testing your battery will give you assurance. One of the easiest, assured means of testing your battery is using a voltmeter. 

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CERTIFIED PRE OWNED FINANCE SPECIALS

Certified Pre-Owned APR Finance Specials

 Lincoln MKX, Lincoln MKC, Lincoln Navigator, Lincoln MKT, Lincoln MKS, Lincoln Continental, Lincoln MKZ as low as *2.49% APR Up to 48 Months!

 

  Lincoln MKX, Lincoln MKC, Lincoln Navigator, Lincoln MKT, Lincoln MKS, Lincoln Continental, Lincoln MKZ as low as *3.49% APR Up to 66 Months!

 

  Lincoln MKX, Lincoln MKC, Lincoln Navigator, Lincoln MKT, Lincoln MKS, Lincoln Continental, Lincoln MKZ as low as *4.49% APR Up to 72 Months!




  *Not all buyers qualify for Lincoln Automotive Financial Services limited-term financing. 2.49% APR for 48 months at $21.90 per month…

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The Major Components of Your Car’s Suspension System

Your car’s suspension system might not be as complicated as you think. It is made up of a few key components that keep your car balanced and running smoothly. Here is a quick look at some of the most important parts of your vehicle’s suspension system.

The suspension system begins with your tires, and you should regularly check them for uneven wear or any other signs of damage. The tires are connected to an intricate network of struts, springs, linkages, and shock absorbers.  

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Tire Pressure: Why It’s Important

Your tires are filled with air. The correct amount of air is registered on the inside panel of your driver’s side door. It’s listed as "PSI" or parts per square inch. Knowing the amount of air in your tires at all times is critical.

Your tire pressure can change as the temperatures change. Additionally, if your tire pressure continuously gets lower, it’s a good indication that you have tire damage. 

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