Named in honor of 16th president Abraham Lincoln, the iconic American car brand was founded in 1917 by former Cadillac manager Henry Leland and son Wilfred. While Lincoln first earned revenue assembling Liberty aircraft engines during World War I, the company quickly switched gears to focus on its own line of luxury automobiles after the war. The company's sale to Leland's one-time nemesis Ford in 1922 marked the start of a long relationship with the auto giant that has persisted to the present day. Although classic models like the Continental and Town Car are now retired, Lincoln has freshened up its image in recent years with a stable of smart and stylish models like the MKC and Navigator.
2017 Lincoln Continental
Lincoln's new flagship sedan will not stop short on luxury. With all-new 30-way seats inspired by first-class and private airplane seats, the Continental is as revolutionary as its name suggests.
2016 Lincoln MKX Black Label
It may not have a philisophical Matthew McConaughey in the driver's seat when you buy it, but it's got pretty much everything else. This luxury crossover comes with specialized leather seats and dash, unique trim and wheels, plus a special VIP dealership experience.
2015 Lincoln MKC Black Label AWD
A sleek compacy SUV doesn't have to come sans frills. With this new 2015 Lincoln MKC Black Label edition, you can have that EcoBoost engine power with the Lincoln luxury bells and whistles too.
2015 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid Black Label
In an effort to move upmarket, Lincoln has launched a Black Label service for two of its models, the MKZ and MKC.
It includes custom design themes with colors and materials that are only available through the Black Label service.
2015 Lincoln Navigator 4x4
It's not the most affordable in the full-size SUV class but the add-on features for the 2015 Navigator 4x4 prove valuable. The advanced audio system and second row heated seats are perfect for road trips or everday commutes alike.
Wrapped in elegant sheet metal and boasting a roomy, leather- and wood-trimmed interior, the 2013 Lincoln MKZ AWD is an excellent expression of American-made luxury.
This large luxury crossover offers a host of technologically advanced amenities and plenty of power from its 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V6 engine—that is, if you can get past its polarizing T. Rex-like looks.
Fitted with a muscular 3.5 liter, twin turbocharged V6 engine and standard all-wheel drive, the MKS EcoBoost is a reasonably-priced alternative to its European competition.
While this sleek and modern five-passenger crossover comes with a sturdy engine, independent suspension and traction control system, it’s more of a posh runabout, featuring a spacious cabin and a slew of class-leading luxury features.
Refreshed for the 2010 model year, this distinctive entry-level luxury sedan boasts comfortable seats, a spacious interior and a soundproofed cabin, which provides an ideal venue for the vehicle’s THX 600-watt entertainment system with fourteen speakers.
While it may only have a V6 engine and a rather unassuming exterior, this five-passenger luxury sedan’s charms lie in its well-insulated and roomy interior, collection of accessories and smooth driving.
Lincoln's crossover offers all the
luxury appointments found in its high-end counterparts,
without having to pay the high-end price.