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Lincoln is the only remaining luxury brand owned by Ford Motor Co. after it discontinued Mercury and sold Aston Martin, Jaguar Volvo, and Land Rover. The brand continues to attract buyers looking for American-style luxury cars. With VINCheck.info’s free VIN check service, search over 1.7 million Lincoln vehicles registered in the United States:

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Enter a 17-digit VIN above to look up a full vehicle history report, which includes thefts, accidents, sales, titles, specifications, and more. This information is compiled by VinCheck.info from official government sources and made public as a free, informational resource.

Lincoln Recall Lookup

Lincoln vehicles are part of the Takata air bag recall involving millions of vehicles worldwide. The airbags may explode upon deployment, causing serious injury or even death. Owners are advised to get their vehicles fixed by authorized Lincoln dealers who will replace affected air bags for free.

Aside from VinCheck.info’s free VIN check, you can search for any open recalls associated with your VIN at the official Lincoln Owner’s website below:

Owners are advised to get their vehicles fixed as soon as possible. Authorized Lincoln dealers will replace affected air bags for free.

Other Resources for Lincoln

Other resources VinCheck.info has compiled for Lincoln vehicles include:

  1. Lincoln Owner’s Manual (from the Lincoln Website)
  2. Lincoln Safety Ratings (from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety)
  3. Lincoln Market Values (from Kelley Blue Book)
  4. Lincoln Reviews (from Edmunds.com)
  5. Lincoln Cars For Sale (from AutosForSale.com)

Background on Lincoln

Founded in 1917 by Henry M. Leland, Lincoln Motor Company has been a subsidiary of Ford since 1922 until it became a luxury car division of the Ford Motor Company.  The current Lincoln lineup includes SUVs, crossover utility vehicles, sedans, and versions for limousine/livery use mainly sold in the North American market.

Interesting facts about Lincoln:

  1. Henry M. Leland reportedly named the company after his hero, President Abraham Lincoln who was the first presidential candidate for whom he had casted a vote.
  2. The  Lincoln Star logo, shaped as stylized compass with hands directed to four corners of the world, has become a symbol of luxury and prestige over the years.
  3. Typically more affordable than competitors, prices for Lincoln luxury cars start at $35,075. Lincoln SUVs are more high-end. A fully equipped Lincoln Navigator, for example, costs more than $65,000.
  4. Lincoln vehicles have always attracted elite buyers, including presidents, prime ministers, dignitaries, business tycoons, and even gangsters.
  5. The Secret Service 100 X Limousine, a Lincoln Continental, served the White House as the presidential limousine from 1961 to 1967. It was the same vehicle President John F. Kennedy was riding when he was assassinated in Dallas, Texas.
  6. Lincoln competes with Audi, BMW, and Mercedes for the armored vehicle market.

Popular models from Lincoln include:

  1. 2017 Lincoln Continental | Avg. Price: $44,720 | Reliability Score: 4/
  2. 2016 Lincoln MKC | Avg. Price: $25,857 | Reliability Score: 4/5
  3. 2013 Lincoln MKT | Avg. Price: $17,731 | Reliability Score: 3.5/5
  4. 2009 Lincoln MKX | Avg. Price: $8,521 | Reliability Score: 5/5
  5. 2012 Lincoln MKZ | Avg. Price: $9,335 | Reliability Score: 5/5
  6. 2016 Lincoln Navigator | Avg. Price: $47,088 | Reliability Score: 4/5
  7. 2011 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid | Avg. Price: $7,059 | Reliability Score: 5/5
  8. 2007 Lincoln Town Car | Avg. Price: $5,135 | Reliability Score: 5/5
  9. 2016 Lincoln MKT | Avg. Price: $30,405 | Reliability Score: 4/5
  10. 2017 Lincoln MKX | Avg. Price: $38,260 | Reliability Score: 3.5/5

Why should I run a Lincoln VIN Check?

  1. Check for accidents. Every year, approximately 6.0 million automobile accidents are reported by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
  2. Check for title brands. Flood, hail-damage, and salvage titles are examples of critical title brands.
  3. Check for special purpose designations, including taxi-use, rental-use, or police-use.
  4. Check for thefts. Look up a VIN to check for an active theft or previously recovered theft record.

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