Lincoln New Car ReviewsWritten by Lincoln Fan
Most people strive to live a life marked by luxury, style, and comfort. It’s American dream. For many, this American dream is symbolized by driving a particular type of car. For those in know, epitome of elegance and pleasure is Lincoln Brand.
2005 Lincoln Town Car Starting at $42,875 manufacturer selling retail price (which does not include incentives, registration and title fees, or taxes), this is car that most people think of when they think of Lincoln. With a roomy and gorgeous interior, you’ll enjoy a ride that is as smooth-as-silk.
2005 Lincoln Aviator The Aviator is a medium sized SUV that will give competitors a real run for their money. With a design that is as attractive as it is functional, impressive 4.6L V-8 engine tows cargo with no trouble at all. The Aviator starts at $41,400 MSRP.
2005 Lincoln Navigator The Navigator is a full sized SUV to be reckoned with – boasting a powerful 5.4L V-8 engine. Available with several amenities, this Lincoln model starts at $51,145 MSRP.
Save tons on Wood Grain interiors DIYWritten by Wilson Ewell
When purchasing a new car a lot of dealers try to upsell customer with items such as undercoating, extended warranties, wheels, scotchguard and my personal favorite wood grain dash kits.
Over years I have earned a bit of respect from my customers by advising them wood grain interiors can be installed easily at home and can save customer anywhere from 700.00-1000.00.
At our dealership we purchase Dash Kits from Edashkit.com. We then charge customer a full retail price and installation which ends up on average around 800.00 to right under 1000.00. The kits cost us anywhere from 100.00-250.00 each and can now be purhased by customers directly from edashkit.com. The one reason why are company still uses Edashkit.com instead of others is because of its special poly coating on dash kits that allows us to guarantee our work to customer for life. Since 1998 we have been installing their kits and to date not one claim has been filed.
I asked Edashkit.com for permission to use their instructions page to conclude this write up and have been granted permission. Here goes- Good luck and enjoy your dash trim kit. Pre-Installation Steps