LINCOLN WEDDING PACKAGE
Lincoln Town Car America's most used limousine and chauffeured car. While relatively affordable when compared to European flagship luxury sedans, the Town Car is currently the most expensive American luxury sedan.
Some Notable Accolades
Lincoln is the luxurious brand of Ford Motor Company. Founded in 1917 by Henry M. Leland and acquired by Ford in 1922, Lincoln has manufactured vehicles since the 1920s. Leland named the brand after his longtime hero Abraham Lincoln. Over its twenty-five year run, the Town Car has become one of best selling luxury cars of the United States and received several awards and recognitions by the mainstream media in the process.
1300 Limo Now not only Showcase the ever popular 10 passenger Stretch Lincolns but also have a fleet of 8 and 6 passenger Lincoln stretches. Every bit the perfect wedding cars These vehicles are extremely spacious six, eight or ten passenger capacity comfortably in the rear of the car. They also boast a very handy one passenger capacity up front (next to the driver). There is no car better on the road for your special day.
- Roominess. According to Forbes, Edmunds.com and NCTD, the Town Car is the most spacious luxury sedan under US$200,000; an honor easily proven by the interior's generous dimensions.
- One of the best chauffeured cars. Forbes magazine repeatedly named the Town Car one of the best cars to be chauffeured in along with other, often more expensive flagship sedans, such as the Mercedes-Benz S-Class, BMW 7-Series and Lexus LS.
- Highest Possible Safety Rating. According to the Lincoln website, the Town Car is "the first car in automotive history to receive a five-star rating in all five [crash] categories." The Town Car is also the only vehicle to receive a five star rating in all five categories for five years in a row, from 2001 to 2006.
- Motor Trend Car of the Year. In 1990, upon the introduction of the second generation Town Car, the vehicle received the honor of being named Motor Trend Car of the Year However this award was later included by Car and Driver in a list of poorly chosen award winners.