TheCarConnection.com finds plenty of standard and optional features here, and one or two that have been removed from previous versions. Standard wheels are 17-inch alloy units, though 18-inch wheels are available. Other options include a power moonroof, high-intensity-discharge headlamps, a CD changer, and a navigation system that incorporates a THX-certified audio array and satellite radio compatibility.
Two Lincoln Town Car trims are available: the Signature Limited and the six-inch longer wheelbase Signature L. Some of the standard base-model equipment includes power/memory mirrors, driver's seat, and pedals; heated mirrors; power door locks and windows; garage door opener; theft-deterrent system; and cornering lights. The Signature L adds amenities for rear-seat passengers, including separate audio and climate controls.
Some higher-tech features dress up the aging luxury ride a bit, with eight-way adjustable power seats, according to Cars.com. AutoMedia highlights the available convenience features like keyless entry pad and a power trunk lid. The keyless entry feature offers a SmartLock system to help you avoid locking the keys in the car.
Whether you choose the Signature Limited or the Signature L, you can add options like chrome alloy wheels, xenon headlights, a trunk organizer, a THX-certified nine-speaker six-disc in-dash CD changer audio system, and Sirius Satellite Radio.