Classic line, sophisticated style, and an absolute dedication
to luxury are the keys to the new 2002 Lincoln Continental
Sedan. In addition to its refined qualities, it remains
true to the Lincoln tradition of outstanding performance
coupled with world-class safety features.
This year, only one stellar Lincoln Continental
has been made available on the market, although it lists
a new Limited Edition package for 2002.
The Lincoln Continental Sedan surrounds its fortunate
passengers in a sea of comforts and conveniences, including
ample space for six adults, opulent leather upholstery,
and power-adjustable driver and passenger seats with power
lumbar and memory feature. A seating configuration of five
passengers is also available as an option.
The exciting list of standard features continues with electronic
automatic temperature control with air filtration system,
and delayed accessory power which enables you to operate
the power windows and power moonroof up 10 minutes after
the vehicle's ignition has been turned off.
Options include a universal garage door opener, and satellite
navigation and information services (you must order an Alpine
audio system to receive this option). The standard AM/FM
stereo with CD player has a crisp and powerful sound.
A classic design is highlighted by distinctive
tail lights, and sixteen-inch aluminum wheels with either
brushed aluminum or polished finish. Six-spoke sixteen-inch
chrome wheels are offered as an option. The front grille
is vintage Lincoln, and the front and rear fascia molding
have bright chrome inserts.
A new color has been added for 2002: Aspen Green Clearcoat
Exceptional performance makes the front-wheel
drive Lincoln Continental Sedan a treasure to drive. It
features a 4.6-litre, DOHC, 32-valve, V8 engine that churns
out 275 horsepower and 275 lbs-ft of torque. Barely a vibration
or noise can be detected from within the quiet cabin, and
the ride is beautifully smooth. The peaceful ride can be
attributed to the MacPherson strut independent front suspension.
Each vehicle is equipped with electronic all-speed traction
control, self-leveling rear air springs, and four-speed
automatic transmission with overdrive.
Safety and Security
The Lincoln Continental Sedan is built with outstanding
safety features that include anti-lock brakes, engine immobilizer,
front and rear crumple zones, and side impact door beams.
Inside, passengers are protected with three-point seatbelts,
a driver side air bag, passenger side air bag, child safety
locks and child seat tethers and anchors. The SeduriTires
system allows you to travel up to 50 miles with a flat.
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