2000 Lincoln Town Car consumer reviews

$38,830 starting MSRP
side view of 2000 Town Car Lincoln
100% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.9
  • Interior design 4.7
  • Performance 4.6
  • Value for the money 5.0
  • Exterior styling 4.6
  • Reliability 4.9
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Very good car I’m just now turning 100k and it’s d

The Cartier edition is nice seems like everything slides to the floor on the slick leather it is a good buy for anyone looking for a comfortable easy maintenance car


Most luxurious car makes me feel like a boss...

Really enjoyed my time with this vehicle, best performance. It looks beautiful...it never let me down love the sound absolutely amazing car it's sad to let this car go


Very reliable Classic Lincoln car!

I’m 65 and have been driving this car for 18 months. Just purchased a 2017 Nissan Armada and no longer need the Lincoln. I have had ZERO issues and it drives like a dream. Previous original owner is a pilot and drove the car to and from the Louisville Airport. The heater has been bypassed as it needs a new heater core. I used a portable heater last winter and had no issues. This was our second car and not driven often.


Seems to be an excellent automobile

Drives perfectly. All things working perfectly. Like riding on a cloud. Great value for the money spent. Finish both outside and inside is beautiful. Marvelous dream automobile.


The best car i have ever owned.

The Lincoln Town Car is the best full size American made luxury vehicle made to date. The vehicle is so comfortable and quite to ride in that one often forgets you are riding in a moving vehicle. Its almost like the car is gliding on air, and is in a way, due to the excellent suspension design on this vehicle. The sound system even from the factory is superb. No matter your listening preference, the overall sound deadening features of the vehicles design and the manner that excellent speakers are placed perfectly through the interior make for a studio like presentation. The Lincoln Town Car is a full size vehicle and as such has a traditionally sized footprint. This wide and lengthy stance give the vehicle superb handling characteristics for a luxury vehicle. Lincoln would do well to bring the king of the road luxury car back.



It's a great luxury car even though it is now about 16 years old...but with only about 65,000 miles on it. Many older people drive/drove these babies and didn't put many miles on them. This one is a Lincoln Continental. The Lincoln Town Car is also a good bet...cheap with low miles if you can find one. Be patient!


Great Car

has been and is a Great Car for all of my needs. is fun to drive and sound system is awesome great taking road trips has moonroof and 6 disc changer all leather heated seats- all of them heated mirrors. Just Nice man Nice


This is my 3rd Towncar. Very dependable.

Powerful motor, creature comforts, great styling and the most dependable car I've ever owned. Would buy another in a heartbeat. These care typically go 300-500,000 miles which is why they are used in New York Taxi fleets.


town car is ok

family has had few town cars over the years and the thing that is certain is that they are reliable cars. comfort is ok everybody is is difrent but to me the seats are a little weird and with no side bulsters you just slide side to side. suspension is way too soft and unsafe wich is why they stoped making these cars. they just don't make contact well enough with such soft suspension. drive a 750 wich is the other car I have and you will see what a car is sopose to be like. sure it may be more expensive to maintain but it is that much better its worth it. plus has like 130 more horsepower. the Lincoln is way underpower at just 230 handling brakes fel is not good. buy a Lincoln knowing these things and youll be fine. just don't drive fast.


Most comfortable ride ever

I recently purchased a 2000 Lincoln Towncar Cartier Edition. It is a gem of a car. The most comfortable car I have ever driven. It's my second Lincoln and I just can't imagine driving anything else. This particular car belonged to a snowbird with only 36k original miles. I was very lucky to come across it at cars.com