2017 Lincoln MKS


Grapevine Lincoln

801 E. State Hwy 114
Directions Grapevine, TX 76051

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Lincoln vs. Cadillac: The American Luxury Car Brand Showdown

The Winning Luxury of the Lincoln Aviator

Lincoln vs. Cadillac: The American Luxury Car Brand Showdown

Having rich heritages that date to the early 20th century, Cadillac and Lincoln have defined and reshaped the standards for luxury American cars. In recent years, both domestic motor companies have focused heavily on integrating smart digital technologies and high-end amenities into the latest models. Let's take a closer look at this fierce showdown involving the top American-made luxury brand.

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The New Aviator has a Road Previewing Suite

Adaptive Suspension and Road Previewing

An Innovative Way To Protect A Vehicle On The Road

Every year hundreds of thousands of vehicles are damaged because of road conditions such as uneven asphalt and potholes. To help drivers avoid damage to their vehicles, Lincoln has introduced an innovative suspension system on the 2020 Lincoln Aviator. This unique adaptive suspension system helps scan the road and make the proper adjustments to ensure drivers a smooth and incident-free driving experience.

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Does Your Suspension Need Service?

There are many signs that the suspension on your car is worn out and needs to be looked at by a mechanic. If your car is bouncing around on roads or bottoming out when you drive over bumps, you might want to get it looked at by the mechanics at Grapevine Lincoln.

Worn out suspension can also affect the steering, and you might find yourself fighting your car to keep it moving in a straight line. Ball joints, tie-rod ends, and bushing can all get worn out over time and require replacement. 

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How Your Underinflated Tires Are Costing You Money

When the tires on your car do not have enough air, they can create a rougher ride while you are driving. However, your underinflated tires can also cost you money.

When your tires are underinflated, the edges of the sidewalls come into contact with the pavement. Since there is no tread on the sidewalls, these areas wear down more quickly, requiring you to buy tires more often.

However, replacing worn out tires is not the only extra expense underinflation causes. When your tires do not have enough air, they drag on the road. This dragging makes your engine work harder…

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