The 1998 Lincoln Town Car's updated engine options make it a little faster than older models and a little better at accelerating than past models. Considering the discontinuation of many rear-wheel luxury sedans, the Lincoln Town Car offers that great rear-drive comfort that most other makes don't have for this year. The ride is extremely smooth thanks to a self-leveling suspension system. Overall, the ride is exactly what you expect from a luxury sedan.
The 1998 Lincoln Town Car comes standard with cloth seating in the Executive and Signature models and leather seating in the Cartier model. Other standard features in the interior include front split bench seat, power front passenger and driver seats, cruise control, power steering, and air-conditioning. Interior options include leather seating for the Executive and Signature models and a compact disc changer. The small amount of interior options reflects of how loaded this luxury sedan comes from the factory.
|EPA MPG||Owner MPG Estimates|
|1998 Lincoln Town Car 8 cyl, 4.6 L, Automatic 4-spd|
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5.6 gals/100 miles
The 1998 Lincoln Town Car comes standard with a four-wheel anti-lock brakes system, anti-theft system, driver and passenger front airbags, and traction control. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) gave the Lincoln Town car a four out of five rating for its passenger side, driver side, frontal side impact, and rear side impact crash tests.
The 1998 Lincoln Town Car comes standard with powered heated exterior mirrors, keyless entry system, 16-inch wheels, automatic on and off headlights, and auto-dim exterior mirrors. Options include special factory paint. The wheelbase is 117.7 inches. The exterior design is luxurious but understated, and it fits the standard associated with quality Lincoln automobiles.