2011 Lincoln Town Car for Sale in Allentown, PA


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2011 Lincoln Town Car Signature Limited Review
by maxfli

It is a great car

The Town Car has performed as it was built to do. It is comfortable, fuel efficient for a conservative driver, and has had no mechanical problems. I am not a fan of vinyl tops but on this car but it does make it stand out around other Lincolns. I have put over 16000 miles on this car since I bought it from the original owner and it has been a great...

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2011 Lincoln Town Car Signature Limited Used Cars in Reading, PA 19607

Good Deal
$1,694 BELOW
CarGurus IMV of $11,689

Price: $9,995

Mileage: 87,555

Location: Reading, PA 19607

Average time on market: 11 days Certified Pre-Owned: No Transmission: 4-Speed Automatic Color: Blue Description: Used 2011 Lincoln Town Car Signature Limited for sale - $9,995, 87,555 miles with Leather Seats
Avg. Dealer Rating: (122 reviews) "I received a reply immediately. The car I wanted had been sold but they were happy to provide me with other inventory. I received follow up inquiries also. Very professionally handled. "

2011 Lincoln Town Car Executive L Used Cars in Doylestown, PA 18902

Fair Deal
$474 ABOVE
CarGurus IMV of $13,526

Price: $14,000

Mileage: 55,225

Location: Doylestown, PA 18902

Certified Pre-Owned: No Transmission: 4-Speed Automatic Overdrive Color: Dark Blue Pearl Description: Used 2011 Lincoln Town Car Executive L for sale - $14,000, 55,225 miles with Leather Seats, Aluminum Wheels
Avg. Dealer Rating: (27 reviews) "Drove 80 miles one way to see a truck on their lot. After watching for approx. a month and finally getting the time off. The truck was in good condition at best for used inventory. I was willing to incur the damage and take delivery with movement/negotiation of their price to a good/very good average (or within budget). The price was well above the kbb value of the same truck in excellent condition. The evidence of the reported accident on Carfax was not repaired by previous owner and/or dealer. The price showed an increase from original on the internet. They explained the increase due to repairs of wearable items/parts (tires/brakes), however even with that the vehicle shows paint and body damage of front skid plate, rear bumper and exhaust tail pipe, these items alone negate their increase let alone the pricing of the truck. Now to the back and forth after 2 rounds they finally asked about budget, valued my trade at $1000 below the OEM (Toyota) offered. They showed me on paper they came up $500 on trade but was "all in". Also they asked about out of pocket I agreed to no more than $1500. Once I told of said budget ($25 window) they still came back about $90/month higher, they suggested we run a credit app because with an aggressive interest they could get me closer but still outside the window, I agreed to run credit this is where the deal unfolded and I walked out, sitting and sitting, they said I was approved for 2% lower than their estimated interest (aggressive). I asked what the final price of the truck was, the price never changed same as it was posted on the internet and as it was when I walked in. That Immediately sent up a red flag to me, no movement on price of vehicle then they blamed their system for putting the wrong price which was higher in the quote box. Somehow a 2% interest decrease from their estimated offer to what my credit proved and $500 increase (trade) lowered my monthly payment $80/month. I am no mathematician but numbers don't lie and to lower the payment by $80/month that requires a $4-5000 swing in the numbers but nothing significant changed but interest by 2% which is not enough to sway that payment. That said something was off so I chose to walk. They could have met my lower end of budget especially for a vehicle on their lot for that length of time in that condition. I don't expect pre-owned to be perfect, but as I mentioned it is fair to good. Oh well I will figure out how to get my 7 hours back and the wear and tear on my trade. And to add insult to this not even 12 hours later this same vehicle now shows a lower price on the internet."
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Used Lincoln Town Car By Year

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2011 Lincoln Town Car 4 Great Deals $2,950 64 listings
2008 Lincoln Town Car 1 Great Deal $3,995 75 listings
2007 Lincoln Town Car - $3,950 152 listings
2006 Lincoln Town Car 6 Great Deals $1,004 187 listings
2005 Lincoln Town Car 4 Great Deals $1,500 163 listings
2004 Lincoln Town Car 9 Great Deals $1,500 184 listings
2003 Lincoln Town Car - $9,990 185 listings
2002 Lincoln Town Car - $2,500 81 listings