1993 Lincoln Mark VIII
a 4.5-inch longer wheelbase and measured 4.1 inches longer overall. Under the hood sat a twin-cam, all-aluminum 4.6-liter V8. The only... Read More
a 4.5-inch longer wheelbase and measured 4.1 inches longer overall. Under the hood sat a twin-cam, all-aluminum 4.6-liter V8. The only available transmission was a 4-speed automatic with electronic shift control. Handling features included an all-independent electronically controlled air-spring suspension, antilock brakes, and speed-sensitive power steering. Minimize
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Product Review Summary
8 Reviews from Epinions.com
Feb 9, 2003
Ten years old...Still running strong!
Pros: Luxury, comfort, design, and POWER!!!
Cons: Price of repairs.
Aug 13, 2003
A hole lotta alright.
Pros: Beefy engine, generally quiet, AWESOME highway ride, nice look, high-speed handling.
Cons: Large car, mileage isn't incredible, some expensive parts, heavy, headlights.
Sep 25, 2000
The Lincoln Mark VIII - Still Looking Good Seven Years Later
Pros: great looks and handling
Cons: minor things, like lack of cupholders & small trunk Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 21, 2001
Better than i thought
Pros: Nice styling and comfort. Great gas mileage and handling.
Cons: Driver seat is a little cramped for a car of its size.
Dec 22, 1999
Still running at 130k, but....
Pros: Beautiful car- great gas mileage
Cons: Poor resale, transmission, air shocks Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 30, 2001
Lincoln-$$ maker 8
Pros: luxury, great looks, computerized dash alerts, hands-free phone
Cons: rear-wheel drive(horrible in the snow),rattling, trunk size, expensive and frequent repairs
Feb 16, 2000
Pros: Performance & 97-98 Design
Cons: Reliability, cheap materials, interior 93-96 Read More at Epinions.com