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Town Car Cartier L

Town Car Cartier L (United States of America, 2001)

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This Lincoln Town Car Cartier L was launched in 2001. It is the 3rd generation of the luxury model. With a price of $52.595, it is the highest priced version in the range. This version is powered by a front-mounted petrol 4606cc engine with a power output of 223 hp at 4750 rpm and a maximum torque of 359 nm. The saloon (sedan) features the biggest engine offered. This Town Car Cartier L is equipped with an automatic 4-speed gearbox and has a rear wheel drive layout. This car features rack & pinion steering, and it wears disc brakes. This car is a 4-door saloon (sedan) version of the Town Car, which seats up to 5 passengers.

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