Would Never Having To Go To The Dealer Make You Buy A Lincoln?


Lincoln will be including a very nice service with all of its new vehicles.

In order to stand out among luxury automakers, Lincoln will be offering an incredible new service to all of its new customers. All 2017 Lincoln models will come with free pickup and delivery of service vehicles. Basically, the company will come pick up your car when it needs service, and drop off a loaner car of equal or greater value. Lincoln calls this service 'Lincoln Service Valet' and it will come as part of the vehicle's warranty. The service will be available throughout the US. But is it enough to get you to buy a Lincoln vehicle?

Andrew Frick, Lincoln’s North American director of sales and services said that "Our dealers view this as a way to differentiate the client experience for Lincoln owners.” This should make Lincoln owner's lives easier because they won't have to waste time sitting in their local dealership. Other car companies used a similar service for flagship cars like Hyundai with the Equus. Tesla has also used this service for the Model S and Model X. We wish that more manufacturers would start using a service like this, but would its inclusion make you consider a car that you wouldn't have considered before?

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