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lengthy list of standard features
The only clue that you're driving the Town Car is the steering wheel
Car and Driver
If you've owned a big Lincoln before you'll feel right at home
TheCarConnection.com found plenty of standard and optional features here--and one or two that have been removed from the 2008 Lincoln Town Car.
Two Lincoln Town Car trims are available. As reported by Cars.com, these are the "Signature Limited and Signature L," and do not include limousine versions. Standard base-model equipment includes "power-adjustable pedals and memory system (driver seat, mirrors, pedals), heated power mirrors w/driver-side automatic day/night, power windows, power door locks, remote keyless entry, keypad entry, AM/FM/cassette w/in-dash 6-disc CD changer, universal garage-door opener, automatic day/night rearview mirror, compass, variable-intermittent wipers, illuminated visor mirrors, rear defogger, automatic headlights, floormats," as well as a "theft-deterrent system [and] cornering lights," according to ConsumerGuide. The Lincoln Town Car Signature L adds 6 inches to the wheelbase, in addition to amenities for rear seat occupants.
The Town Car, Cars.com and AutoMedia report, also offers eight-way adjustable seats and adjustable pedals that actually allow the user to save settings for two different drivers. AutoMedia reports that with the Town Car, Lincoln offers additional driver conveniences, including a keyless entry pad, power mirrors with heating and automatic dimming, and a power trunk lid. Security features include the SmartLock anti-lockout system and a passive anti-theft ignition key system.
Optional equipment for both Lincoln Town Car trims is limited and includes a trunk organizer, xenon headlights, and chrome alloy wheels. For audiophiles, the THX audio system provides 300 watts of power, nine speakers, a six-disc in-dash CD changer, and Sirius Satellite Radio.
The 2008 Lincoln Town Car has all the standard and optional features one would expect in a luxury vehicle of this type.