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Go Anywhere With The All-Wheel Drive of the Lincoln MKC

 

Slippery docks are no match for intelligent AWD, available on the #LincolnMKC.

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All-wheel drive is an amazing addition to any vehicle. It helps you to not only stay on the road, but it also keeps you safer during inclement weather and rougher terrain. The Lincoln MKC, with its available 2.3-liter GTDI Turbocharged engine, is powerful and ready to go wherever you need to take it, but its available Intelligent All-Wheel Drive system helps this power stay contained and helps you stay on…

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Immerse Yourself In The Surround Sound System In The Lincoln Continental

 

Opening up to the sounds of summer in the new 2017 #Continental, shown here in the Lincoln Black Label Thoroughbred theme.

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When you purchase a Lincoln Continental you know that you are receiving an exquisite, luxurious, and innovative vehicle. The detail that is added into every inch of the Lincoln Continental is extravagant and the thought behind the different technological features is outstanding.

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The Three Most Important Reasons to Keep Your Car Clean

Washing your car should be thought of as a fun maintenance practice! A car is a huge investment and working to keep it clean is imperative to the longevity and resale value of your vehicle. Here are the three largely important reasons to routinely clean your car:

1.) Protect your exterior and undercarriage: Everyone picks a particular look when shopping for a car, in order to preserve that look you should wash your car regularly and wax it once a month to preserve the paint. Be sure spray the underside of the car down as well...

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Summer Road Trip Safety To-Do List

Taking time to anticipate what might go wrong on a road trip is the ideal way to ensure something doesn't derail the entire vacation. By taking action and making use of this road trip checklist, you lessen the likelihood of trouble.

Bring along a large roll of duct tape to use for making little repairs on the car.

Be sure you have a tire jack and that the spare tire is fully inflated.

Throw a gas can in the trunk in case you run out of fuel on the long drive.

Keep a few flashlights and plenty of new…

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Drive Safely in Your Lincoln on Your Daily Commutes

Remember before you step behind the wheel of a car that you are taking on a huge responsibility. You are surely trying to get to your destinations safely. To help with this, put away the cell phone and smart watches. Those messages can wait until you have gotten safely parked at your destination. The safety of yourself and those in and not in your vehicle is important...

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Do It Yourself Roadside Emergency Kit

There may not be any way to predict that you're going to be in a car accident or if your car is going to break down on the side of the road on you. What you can do, however, is possess a variety of things to help you get out of that situation more easily. These items listed below should help you when you run into those unforeseen situations...

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Should You Lease Or Buy Your Next Car?

Cars are a great convenience. However, it is important to realize that they are also a financial burden. Here is a way to ease the financial burden. Decide to either lease or buy your next car. Certainly, a family with kids that drives the kids to school daily or commutes back and forth to work are probably better off purchasing a car. However, there is a middle ground of people to consider that do not fit that category.

Leasing Vs Buying
If you buy the car, you own the car. Leasing gives you the privilege of driving the car for…
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Preventative Care for Your Car

Vehicle maintenance is extremely important for a number of reasons. When your vehicle is in good shape, you can avoid costly repairs. Getting your car tuned up often can also make the vehicle safer to drive.

One of the most important parts of vehicle maintenance is getting the oil changed. The oil in your car should be a medium brown color and have a thin consistency to it. The older the oil is, the darker and thicker it becomes. The oil also loses its ability to lubricate the engine overtime, which can cause overheating.

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