Maybe the collective mind of Oppo can help me with figuring out what the best way of doing this might be.
Have a Lincoln Zephyr to start your day
And it’s filthy. Still, not bad at all. The logo-shaped headlights are what made me do a double-take as it pulled up behind me. More pictures after the jump.
This will be the final international Used Car Face-Off for a while because as I do more research, I discover that there are very few niche markets which are covered equally by America, Europe, and Asia, and trying to match them can sometimes be a bit of a faff. That is especially evident today as we see here an…
Just having seen McMike’s post, I remembered now that I have my very 90s Lincoln Mark VIII back that I also need some very 90s CD suggestions! Since bluetooth connection and USB ports weren’t a thing in 1995, and the only way I can play music in the car apart from the radio is an in-dash tape deck and a 6 disc CD…
Write-up of the whole grey market import ordeal so shit-tastic you couldn’t make it up coming soon.
Last year was the first year since 2009 that I didn’t attend the Washington Auto Show; ironic because I skipped it to go out and actually buy a new car (the most valid reason you could give, if you ask me). Needless to say, even though I was content to fall absent last year given my reason, I was excited to explore…
The 2016 Lincoln MKT is actually a thing. And yes it has Sync 3. So the turbowagon lives on and actually has something meaningful added to it.
And I think Cadillac wins with the exterior design but for me the new Continental looks like it has one of the best interiors on the market (at a great price too). Yesterday at Detroit one of the Lincoln people said it would start at 50K.
The infamous Ford 4.6 Intech in all its high revving, variable camshaft timing, underwhelming glory, with the enormous 90 degree block that fills the engine bay of the largest of land yachts; can be broken down too and compared with a Honda H23. If the H23 was paired with a Siamese twin at a 90 degree angle at the…
So I posted earlier this week how I was interested in that Lincoln Aviator. It was a great deal and better priced than even the Explorers and Mountaineers in the area.
A used one popped up and I’m really into it. I’m not thrilled about the idea of 18 mpg + premium fuel, but it’s really cool. Same motor as the Mach 1 Mustangs/Mercury Marauder, 4.6L. Over 300 HP and don’t have to worry about the 5.4L.
The MKZ was one attractive looking automobile. Don’t get me wrong I like the new one but I will miss the waterfall grill. It was distinctive.
400hp, AWD, great styling. It seems to me they are finally starting to move in the right direction. (in all honesty I liked the previous MKZ too.) So what if the engine is probably transfer so is the Evo engine and everyone loves that.
The new MKZ gets a new exclusive 3.0L twin-turbo V6 making 400 bhp and 400 lb-ft of torque! The new design language is working soo good in my opinion! More pics below.