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Have a Look at the Lincoln Nautilus

If you want a new luxury crossover, our associates here at Southgate Lincoln suggest the new Lincoln Nautilus. The Nautilus was designed to provide you with a host of benefits such as enhanced comfort and eye-catching looks that make it one of the best crossovers in its class.

The cabin is equipped with available genuine wood trim. You can choose high-gloss brown swirl walnut, gray ash swirl, and expresso ash swirl open-pore wood. There's also an available panoramic Vista Roof. 

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Performance Highlights of the Lincoln MKZ

For years, Lincoln has been a leader when it comes to luxury. Now, the popular Lincoln MKZ sedan is making incredible innovations when it comes to performance. Here's a couple of ways the MKZ is giving the competition reasons to go back to the drawing board.

The MKZ now offers an incredible hybrid model that allows you to get up to 42 miles per gallon of combined fuel efficiency. You can also get the MKZ with all-wheel drive. This advanced system allows you to send power to all four wheels and enjoy a more rewarding driving experience. 

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What Performance Features Come With the Lincoln Continental?

If you're looking for details about the new Lincoln Continental, we can help at Southgate Lincoln. The new Continental is a top luxury car that provides you with enhanced performance thanks to a plethora of features.

The Continental offers three available engines. The standard engine of the Continental is a 3.7L Ti-VCT that produces up to 305 horsepower. If you want more power, you can choose the twin-turbocharged 2.7L V6 or twin-turbocharged 3.0L V6 engine. 

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Explore the Design of the New Lincoln Nautilus

Here at Southgate Lincoln, the new Lincoln Nautilus is a luxury crossover that is loaded with features and has a unique design that make your ride more enjoyable and capable when you're out and about in Southgate.

The sculped exterior has elegant curves, sweeping lines, and the Lincoln signature grille that exude luxury. There are a variety of wheel options that range from 18 inches to 21 inches, and there's also a hands-free power liftgate that comes in handy when your hands are full. Just kick your foot under the rear bumper when you have 

 

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Why Would A Car Overheat?

Engine overheating is a common and sometimes avoidable car maintenance issue. Coolant fluid and various parts work to keep an engine's temperature at the right level. When an engine overheats, severe damage may result, including a totaled engine. Knowing the common reasons for overheating may assist with preventing the problem.

Coolant fluid leaks are among the top causes of overheating. Look for hose and radiator problems that may lead to a leak. Many people make the "small mistake" of not putting the radiator cap back on after checking the fluid levels. 

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Lincoln Navigator: Full-Size SUV With Major Technological Innovations

As one of the most luxurious sport utility vehicles in North America, the Lincoln Navigator offers a superb combination of premium amenities and powerful performance. Southgate Lincoln has this full-size SUV available in several signature editions, including the Lincoln Navigator Black Label and Lincoln Navigator Reserve L.

Once you enter the posh cabin of the Lincoln Navigator, you will admire the high-end features at your fingertips. The instrument cluster comes with a 12-inch LCD monitor that generates notifications on safety, entertainment, directions and other topics. 

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General Oversteering and Understeering Characteristics

When a vehicle maneuvers around curves, it will only stay on the road if its steering system in optimized for steep turns. The process of gliding a car around a curve is simple if it doesn't oversteer or understeer. This guide covers general information about a steering system and simple ways to detect common signs.

A steering system has various components that work together during cornering situations. The degree of a turn varies based on the drive train. If a car has front-wheel drive, power will distribute to the front tires, which is why a vehicle that has this…

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LATCH Evaluations for Automobiles

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is dedicated to doing what insurers do best: minimizing risk. Traditionally, they've been known for the crash tests they perform on new cars. These tests have led to the adoption of all kinds of safety innovations over the years, from seatbelts to airbags and more.

Recently, the IIHS has set its sights on child safety seats. To be more precise, it's focused on the way children are restrained. The acronym LATCH stands for Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children. This refers to the hardware that's used in securing child safety seats…

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The Lincoln MKZ Has Technology to Assist the Driver

The Lincoln MKZ is a luxury-class, mid-sized sedan that has enough room to comfortably accommodate five adult passengers. This is a stylish vehicle inside and out, and the Lincoln MKZ is designed with technological features that provide plenty of driving assistance.

The new Lincoln MKZ features the pre-collision assist system. This system utilizes sensors to detect if there is a vehicle or pedestrian in the path. If one or the other is detected, the vehicle will give an alert and pre-charge the brakes.  

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Check Out a Few Lincoln Nautilus Technology Features

When you are in the market for a luxury crossover, Southgate Lincoln has the all-new Lincoln Nautilus on the lot, and it comes packed with useful technology features.

The new Lincoln Nautilus utilizes the Blind Spot Information System for assisting the driver in being able to spot when another vehicle is behind in a blind spot. When this happens, the side mirror on this crossover will flash a light warning so the driver is able to know instantly which side of their vehicle has the other vehicle so they don't switch lanes too early. 

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