Lincoln Tire Pressure

LINCOLN NAVIGATOR TIRE PRESSURE


Correct tire pressure for the Lincoln Navigator, Continental, LS, Town Car, Mark LT, MKS, MKX and MKZ models made by this division of the Ford Motor Company is important to lowering fuel consumption and prices. Correct tire pressure also increases driving safety and cuts green house gas emissions.

Lincoln was founded in 1917 by Henry Leland, who named it after President Abraham Lincoln. In 1922, the financially strapped Henry Leland sold it to Henry Ford, who turned it into the luxury car division of the Ford Motor Company.



Introduced to the market over 20 years ago, the Navigator was Ford Motor Company's top-end, large sports utility vehicle (SUV). A car this large, with this poor gas mileage, and producing so much carbon dioxide pollution should never have been built, but its sales fared relatively well until the gas prices rose in the 2000s, before plummeting, and rightly so.

Please contact the Ford officers to advise them of the need for more precise tyre pressure monitors for not only the Navigator, but also the Continental, LS, Town Car, Mark LT, MKS, MKX and MKZ. For their telephone numbers and address please visit the page linked below.

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