The first Lincolns were created in 1920 by Henry Leland, the man who founded Cadillac. Several years later, Henry Ford purchased the company, and by 1940, Lincoln-Mercury became Ford's luxury brand. Thanks to Ford's name and reputation for quality, more than 7 million Lincolns have been sold since 1920.
Over the years, Lincoln vehicles have stayed on the cutting edge of American luxury with style, performance and dependability. According to Ford, the next several years may hold the biggest changes for Lincoln yet, since when the manufacturer announced they would be discontinuing the Mercury brand, they also stated that several new vehicles are being developed for Lincoln, including Lincoln's first compact car. Learn more about all of Lincoln's vehicles by browsing the models below and using the search tool to the right.
Popular Used Lincoln Models
Town Car - The Lincoln Town Car is a full-size classic American sedan, with a V-8 engine, rear-wheel drive and beautiful interior detailing.
Navigator - This full-size luxury SUV combines the size and capabilities of an SUV with the style and features of a luxury car.
MK-Series - Debuting in 2009, the MKS is Lincoln's newest sedan. This popular model combines a distinctive look with a powerful engine as a throwback to popular Lincolns from years gone by.