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Lincoln is a Ford Motor Company brand that was established in 1917 and named after President Abraham Lincoln. As a luxury vehicle brand, Lincoln offers sedans, crossovers and SUVs, all the while competing with Cadillac’s models and reputation.
As an icon of American luxury, Lincoln remains a well-known and respected Ford marque. As a Ford brand, Lincoln gets most of its transmissions from Ford and its various plants. However, some transmissions are made by other manufacturers, including Japanese company, Aisin.
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Whether you need a five-speed Bordeaux transmission for your Lincoln LS or a six-speed Aisin transmission for your Lincoln MKZ, ASAP Motors has you covered.
Lincoln is the only current luxury brand from Ford. From the 1940s until 2010, Lincoln was paired with Ford’s mid-range luxury Mercury brand, and while the two differed mechanically, they shared great deal in the manufacturing process to reduce costs.
Over time, Lincoln has been considered a fine and reliable car. While they certainly aren’t inexpensive vehicles, Lincolns are known for being upscale in terms of features and performance.
Lincoln transmissions are typically automatic, which is common for luxury cars. However, the Lincoln LS used manual transmission.
Used Lincoln Transmissions Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How much does a used Lincoln transmission cost?
A: The cost of your used Lincoln transmission will depend on its model and year. However, most customers pay between $250 and $1,000 for used Lincoln transmissions.
Q: What are the common transmission problems of the Lincoln LS?
A: Drivers seem to report transmission issues with the LS more than other brands. Problems include lack of response, grinding/shaking/clunking, whining/humming, gear slipping, dragging clutch, no reverse and others.
If you’re seeking a used Lincoln LS transmission, be sure to speak with your broker about potential issues and warranties.
Q: Does Lincoln make manual transmissions?
A: As a luxury car producer, Lincoln generally makes cars with automatic transmissions. In fact, since 1951, Lincoln has been out of the manual transmission scene nearly altogether.
However, one recent Lincoln vehicle – the LS – contained a manual transmission in the 2000 V6 engine model.
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Lincoln Town Car
The Lincoln Town Car existed as a sub-model of the Continental Mark IV in the 1960s and 70s. From 1980 to 2011, the Town Car was its own model, and offered as a full-size luxury sedan. For several years, it held the record for longest car mass-production in North America. The Town Car comes with a four-speed, automatic transmission.
The Lincoln Continental has been in production, on and off, for 55 years over the past eight decades. In 10 generations of mid-size and full-size, the Continental has remained an iconic personal luxury car. The Lincoln Continental has been available with a three-, four- and six-speed automatic transmission.
The Lincoln MKT, produced from 2009 through the present (as of 2019), is the second largest SUV produced by Ford. With enough room for seven people, a sensor for parking assistance and electric power steering, the MKT is luxury with practical applications. The MKT comes with a six-speed automatic transmission.
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