Lincoln Town Car Remote Programming
The Lincoln Town Car is a full-size luxury sedan that was sold by the Lincoln division of Ford Motor Company from 1981 to the 2011 model years. Some units have been converted into a stretch limousine, it was the most commonly used limousine and chauffeured car in the United States and Canada. Its large dimensions made it the largest car in production in North America. From 1997 to 2011, the Town Car was the longest car (but not the heaviest) built in the Western Hemisphere, measuring nearly 18 feet (5.49 m) in length for a standard Town Car and 18.5 feet (5.64 m) for an L Edition.
On January 4, 2011, the Town Car became the last Panther-platform variant available for retail sale as the final Mercury Grand Marquis was produced (the last Mercury-brand vehicle). On August 29, 2011, the final Town Car rolled off the assembly line, without any fanfare or announcement from Ford.
Forbes magazine repeatedly named the Town Car one of the best cars to be chauffeured in along with other, often more expensive flagship sedans.
The Lincoln Town Car was the first production sedan in the world to receive US five-star crash ratings in every category.