Patriot Warranty is here to protect your Lincoln and provide you with worry-free covered repairs. By subscribing to our packages, you won’t have to worry about any unwanted auto repair bills or mismanagement of your annual budget. We’re not like manufacturers who usually provide a limited warranty that lasts for just a few years. Before you can take advantage of it, it’s already expired. The more you use your car, the more maintenance it requires and so, to provide you with the best possible services, Patriot Warranty is there for you!
Do you own a Lincoln? Well then you know how important your vehicle is for you. Every year, people from around the country use their cars to travel everywhere. It doesn’t matter how cold it gets in winter or how hot it gets in summer, your Lincoln is always there to make your journey comfortable. But have you ever thought of the impact that your journeys make on its engine? While your car keeps its inner environment cool throughout summer, using air conditioners all day can cause wear and tear in the motors of your car. And when the season changes to winter, many engines will just refuse to turn over. Patriot Warranty takes care of all these problems and is here to help you whether its summer or winter, spring or fall for that matter. We are here for you 24/7/365. With a Patriot Warranty plan, you don’t have to worry about the maintenance of your Lincoln. Patriot's Extended Warranty Plans will help you save a lot of money and also take care of all the hassle on behalf of you!
If your Lincoln is having a technical issue that is covered under our Lincoln Extended Warranty Coverage, Feel free to contact us
You only have to pay an affordable part of the expense; Patriot Warranty takes care of the rest! Patriot Warranty allows you to select a mechanic of your choice to repair your Lincoln.
With a Patriot Warranty package almost all major maintenance would be covered. Your package may include maintenance of Lincoln’s Engine, ABS, Suspensions, AWD, Steering Wheel, Locksmith, Battery, Drive Axle, Turbo, Supercharger, Towing, AC, Fuel system, Heating, Brakes, Electrical maintenance, Electronics and 4X4. Moreover, Patriot Warranty will also provide you 24 hour roadside assistance. Now you can drive worry-free all day, every day because Patriot Warranty has got your back. You can compare the Lincoln coverage plans below:
Our Patriot Plus plan is designed with your budget in mind. It gives you coverage for the most important & some of the most expensive parts of your vehicle.
Our Patriot Advanced plan gives you complete comprehensive coverage on your vehicle as if it were brand new.
Patriot Premier Elite*
Our Patriot Premier Elite coverage is an exclusionary plan designed to cover all components in the vehicle except routine maintenance.
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Lincoln is the luxury car division of the Ford Motors which was founded in 1917. The company has the distinction of producing the personalized luxury cars that is Lincoln Continental in to mass production. Lincoln is the sole luxury producer of Ford Motors following the divestiture of the Land Rover, Jaguar, Volvo, Mercury and Aston Martin.
Here is the list of models produced by Lincoln Motors:
It is a beautiful car with front wheel drive. The engine is 3.7 L V-6 with automatic 6-speed transmission. The car produces 305 horse powers at torque of 280 RMP. Continental is known for the luxury and high performance capability.
Lincoln introduced the Lincoln Navigator full-size SUV, its first new nameplate since the Versailles (outside of the Mark series). While sharing no common bodywork forward of the windshield, the Navigator was a counterpart of the Ford Expedition; both model lines were mechanically derived from the Ford F-Series. Developed as a competitor to the Range Rover, Mercedes-Benz M-Class, and Toyota Land Cruiser the truck-based design offered increased cargo and towing capability over its competitors. The Navigator also offered standard third-row seating with 3.5 V-6 engines and 10 speed automatic transmissions. It produces 450 horse power at 500 RMP torque.
The Continental Mark VI made its debut, replacing the Mark V. Originally slated to adopt the Ford Thunderbird chassis as part of downsizing, the Mark VI remained a full-size car, adopting the Ford Panther platform. Following the departure of Lee Iacocca from Ford, the development of the Mark VI shifted from stand-alone model range to a four-door sedan and two-door coupe. Following its marketplace success, many design elements of the Mark V were carried onto the Mark VI, including its sharp-edged sheetmetal, hidden headlamps, opera windows, and fender louvers. The Lincoln MKZ is a mid-size entry-luxury sedan that seats five. Power comes from a 245-horsepower, turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder or a twin-turbo 3.0-liter V-6 rated at 350 or 400 hp.