Is There a Difference in Handling Across the Lincoln MKT Trims?

Lincoln offers only two trims in the stunning new Lincoln MKT - the MKT Premier and the MKT Reserve. The vehicle is designed to provide ample luxury for daily commutes or evening adventures. While both trim models offer style and technology, there are several significant differences in handling and performance between the two trims.

The standard base trim of the Lincoln MKT, the Premier, is a front-wheel-drive vehicle designed to enhance ride comfort. With slower acceleration capability due to a less powerful engine than the MKT Reserve, the Premier is not built to handle corners as well. 

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Exploring Lincoln Partnership With Waze To Enhance Your Drive

Partnership with Waze

In-car navigation technology has grown by leaps and bounds in recent times. After all, it wasn’t that long ago that we were all forced to navigate using paper maps, or worse still, stop and have to ask for directions. Thanks to GPS technology, it is now easier than ever to know exactly where you are and navigate your way through the world no matter what vehicle you drive. Nonetheless, Lincoln has taken things a step further by partnering with Waze to allow you to use this popular app’s navigation functions through your vehicle’s SYNC 3 touchscreen system…

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Technology Makes the Lincoln Continental Top-Class

Everywhere you turn, technological features are becoming more and more advanced. The Lincoln Continental is a popular midsize luxury sedan that contains the newest technology and can be found today in our Duluth, GA Lincoln showroom.

As you look ahead at the road, custom design the pertinent driving information you would like to be displayed on the windshield for easy access, such as cruise control settings and lane-keeping information. The display is bigger, brighter, and easier to see than before. 

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Day and Night Amenities of the Lincoln MKC

Aside from plenty of interior space and the power to conquer all types of terrain, what kinds of amenities can you expect from the Lincoln MKC? How about Adaptive Cruise Control that puts you at a safe distance from the traffic ahead, automatically slowing down and speeding up to keep up with any changes? Then there are the rich woods, premium Alcantara® cloth, and Venetian leather that come as options from the Lincoln Black Label experience. 

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How Are SBE and Lincoln Taking Hospitality a Step Further?

How Are Hotel Guest Gaining Access to Lincoln Navigators and Continentals?

Rarely do giants spanning two industries make such significant strides in strategic luxury brand partnerships as Lincoln and sbe Hotels. Guests at sbe's eight United States locations can now access Lincoln's Black Label Navigator and Continental for their personal use during their sbe Hotel stay in California at the SLS Beverly Hills and Mondrian Los Angeles, New York at the Hudson Hotel, Florida at the SLS Brickell, Delano South Beach, SLS South Beach, and when opened, the SLS LUX Brickell and Hyde Hotel and Residences Midtown in the Miami area.

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Towing Made Easy With the 2018 Lincoln Navigator

Whether you're towing a large storage trailer or fun sports gear for your next vacation, the 2018 Lincoln Navigator is designed to make the process as easy as possible. Lincoln offers a Heavy-Duty Trailer Tow Package for this popular SUV to ensure that you're properly equipped for any hauling task.

This package includes two distinct features. The first is electronic traction assistance. It's engineered to reduce sway by adjusting the torque on specific wheels. It's an active feature that operates automatically so that you don't have to give it a second thought. 

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Why is My TPMS Light On?

Most drivers are familiar with the TPMS indicator by now – they’ve been required by law in all vehicles made since 2007, and were a common feature for quite some time beforehand. TPMS, or tire pressure monitoring sensors/systems keep a close eye on tire pressure, by watching the wheel and using direct sensors in most modern tires.

There are a number of reasons your TPMS indicator may come on:


Heat and cold can shrink or expand air, and this directly affects pressure. 

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Things You Should Include in a Roadside Emergency Kit

Having a roadside emergency kit on hand can be really beneficial if your vehicle stalls or you are stuck on the side of the road. You should keep a variety of items in your vehicle, such as:

  • Jumper cables to get your vehicle started again
  • Triangle road reflectors to make your vehicle more visible
  • An extra container of oil in case you need to fill up to get yourself to a repair shop
  • Empty gas can in case you need to walk to the nearest station 
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It's Time to Schedule Engine Cooling Service

Engines get very hot when driving even short distances. That is why our experienced Lincoln service team here at Gwinnett Place Lincoln want to ensure that you realize the importance of your radiator and cooling system. When a car's engine is running too hot, the radiator and associated cooling system is what keeps it from becoming damaged. Radiator fluid is used to draw out excess heat from the engine and expel it out into the surroundings. If engines run too hot, then their efficiency falls through the floor. 

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Lincoln Introduces the All-New Aviator

2019 Lincoln Aviator

Lincoln never ceases to amaze. The manufacturer always seems to know what the American consumer wants and delivers. These years, it’s all about flying high with the latest technologies, which is why the 2019 Lincoln Aviator is the perfect fit.

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