2017 Lincoln MKX, ABS, Advancetrace with Roll Stability Control, SYNC 3, Reverse Sensing System, Rear View Camera, Navigation, Power Moon Roof, Climate Package, Heated Rear Seats, Heated Steering Wheel. This SUV has an accident free SGI report. Redesigned for the 2016 model year, the Lincoln MKX midsize crossover seats five passengers in spacious comfort. An improved SYNC 3 infotainment system debuted during 2016. Little has changed for the 2017 model year. Real knobs and switches augment Ford's SYNC3 infotainment interface and they provide nicely responsive control of basic functions. Stylish comfort and stretch-out room await up to five occupants in an MKX. Both the second row and the cargo area rank above the norm in spaciousness. The optional 22-way power front seats may be just the ticket for easing fatigue on long trips. Front occupants get plenty of storage space, in the console as well as a covered bin. Because ride height is on the low side, entry and exit are easy. Gear ratios in the 6-speed automatic feel correct, and it delivers clean, quick downshifts. Adaptive shock absorbers and a carefully controlled suspension yields an absorbent, well-composed ride, along with top-notch road manners. Patchy pavement seldom causes harsh reactions, while steering is impressively accurate.
Lincoln Navigator is a three-row luxury SUV with the towing potential of a full-size pickup and the cargo volume of a van, with comfortable room for up to eight adults, and the features and conveniences of a luxury sedan. The 2015 Navigator features a more powerful, more fuel-efficient engine. The new Ecoboost 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 engine is smaller than the V8 it replaced, but it delivers more power and better fuel economy, rated at 380 horsepower and 460 pound-feet of torque. Also new for the 2015 Navigator is Lincoln Drive Control, continuously controlled dampers, 22-inch wheels, and blind-spot warning with rear cross-path detection. The dashboard is updated for 2015, including a new instrument panel that flanks the speedometer with a pair of four-inch screens, as has MyLincoln Touch. While a Navigator can mimic a pickup in work capacity, it is smooth and quiet on the road, with a compliant, fully independent rear suspension that smoothes over the roughest of pavement. It uses a ladder-type truck frame adapted from Ford's F-150 and separate body, giving it towing capability and off-pavement durability.
The 2017 Continental isn't just about showing up its 15-year-old predecessor; it's about bringing something unique to the luxury full-size sedan segment: value. Expect a ride quality that's well controlled yet supple and forgiving. Lincoln's rep for floaty land yachts is a thing of the past. The big Continental should excel here. It has a spacious cabin, optional 30-way-adjustable front seats and plenty of room in back. Add in a suspension designed for minimal cabin intrusion and engines designed to work in the background, and you have all the ingredients for a very comfortable sedan. The Continental uses the same Sync 3 technology interface as other Ford products. It's a much-improved system that is now easy to use and compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. A high-end audio system is also available, along with adaptive cruise control and automatic emergency braking.
Chrysler PT cruiser combines the retro look of a late-'30s American sedan with modern performance, efficiency and features. Its interior volume and versatility compares well to a small SUV. Fold the seats down and you can carry an eight-foot ladder. Pull the rear seats out and you can haul a load of building materials or a big-screen TV. The PT Cruiser is shorter in length making it easy to park. And it's easy on gas. The Chrysler PT Cruiser appeals to people of all ages and lifestyles with its whimsical, retro design. Its practicality often closes the deal with a roomy, versatile interior that makes the price easy to justify. The GT models deliver strong acceleration performance and bring hot-rod credibility to this hot rod. The convertible offers genuine open-air fun and is great for carrying four people.
Security System, Front Disc/Rear Drum Brakes, Power Door Locks, Tires - Rear Performance, Equalizer, Power Mirror(s), Rear Bench Seat, Power Windows, Variable Speed Intermittent Wipers, A/C, Rear Spoiler, Pass-Through Rear Seat, Cloth Seats, Tires - Front Performance, Front Head Air Bag, Front Wheel Drive, Driver Vanity Mirror, Leather Steering Wheel, Passenger Air Bag Sensor, ABS, Cruise Control, Power Steering, MP3 Player, Engine Immobilizer, Driver Air Bag, CD Player, Rear Defrost, Fog Lamps, Child Safety Locks, Bucket Seats, Adjustable Steering Wheel, AM/FM Stereo, Power Outlet, Front Side Air Bag, Keyless Entry, Aluminum Wheels, Auxiliary Audio Input
From one of the front seats, the 2012 Taurus feels almost like a personal-luxury car. There are focused, defined areas for the driver and front passenger, with a wrap-around instrument panel design and a low, wide center console that firmly splits the driver and passenger sides. The back seat is wide, with potential space for three adults, though legroom and headroom can be surprisingly tight, given the Taurus' full-size exterior. Impressive crash-test results plus a better-than-typical roster of safety equipment make the 2012 Taurus a great pick for the safety-minded. Crash-test results for the Taurus have been among the best of any vehicle, with top 'good' results from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) in frontal offset, side impact, rear impact, and roof strength; it's again been named a Top Safety Pick for 2012. In the new, tougher testing and rating system employed by the federal government, the Taurus earned a four-star rating overall, including four stars in frontal impact and five stars in side impact. But its top five-star score in the federal side-pole test, which simulates the side collision with a tree or pole, indicates that the Taurus' structure is especially robust and protective.
2011 E250, ABS, Advancetrac with Roll Stability Control, Cruise Control, Cloth Bucket Seats, Power Group, Fixed Side and Cargo Door Glass. The Ford E-Series features a large front grille and squared-off headlights. Also, the rear doors can swing out a full 178 degrees. Swing-out 60/40-split doors are installed on the passenger side and in the rear. Aimed at commercial applications, the cargo-hauling van is fitted with two bucket seats up front.
2015 Chrysler 200, ABS, Electronic Stability Control, Uconnect Hands Free, Heated Front Seats, Sun/Sound Group, Dual Pane Panoramic Sunroof, Comfort Group, Back Up Camera, Heated Steering Wheel, Black Aluminum Wheels. This car has a clean SGI report. The 2015 Chrysler 200 is crisply contemporary, as charismatic and eye-catching as anything in the category. From its forward-thrusting nose to the sleek faux-coupe roofline and cleanly understated tail, it has a chic world-car presence that will easily earn its place in the front row at valet parking. The key to any car is its road behavior. Here the 2015 Chrysler 200 has real strength. Its well-weighted steering feel and chassis responses are controlled and agile. Not surprisingly, given Chrysler's Fiat ownership, the Chrysler 200 has alert European road feel. It's a lively, precise car that engages the driver's attention, and that, in turn, heightens everyone's safety.
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