The Lincoln Town Car can be considered the mule of the automotive industry — it's often laughed at, it's employed for thankless jobs carting people and their piles of stuff around, and it isn't known for its handling or performance. Despite all of the cuts in product line experienced nowadays over at Lincoln, however, the Lincoln Town Car is here to stay until 2010 — at least as a fleet vehicle. Lincoln will sell the Town Car to be utilized as airport taxis and for other fleet uses, while the comparable new cars coming out of Lincoln's stables by 2009 will fill the Town Car's shoes in the consumer market.
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