Get Your Vehicle Ready for Fall at Lexington Park Lincoln

Fall can be a busy time for any family, especially if you have kids. Between the new school year starting, extra-curricular activities, and the busy (and quickly approaching) holiday season, it’s hard to find the time to do anything, let alone prepare your car for inclement weather. Although it’s tough to find the time, it’s very important to do so, to ensure your family is safe on the road.

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Here are a few tips for safe travel when going into the Fall months:

  • Inspect Your Tires: Fall and Winter usually mean slippery conditions. Between wet leaves laying on the road and rain, sleet, and snow in the winter, you’ll want to ensure you have tires with ample tread to ensure you have good traction.
  • Check Lights: Ask a friend or family member to come outside with you while you turn on and off each light to ensure all are working properly. Fall means less day light. Make sure your lights work good while you still have time!
  • Replace Wiper Blades: Fall and Winter mean sleet, snow, rain, and everything in between. Make sure your windshield wipers can get through anything before the bad weather starts.
  • Make Sure Defroster Works: Check the functionality of your front and rear defroster to make sure they’re working properly to avoid having your windows fog up.
  • Check Your Battery: Nothing is worse than being in a hurry on a cool fall morning, just to find out that your car battery is dead. Hook up a battery tester to your car’s battery to ensure it’s in proper working order.
  • Check All Fluid Levels: Make sure you have enough fluids in your car (windshield, power steering, brake, transmission, and coolant). There’s nothing worse than an overheating car when you’re in a rush to get the kids to school.

Our technicians are ready and waiting to help you get your vehicle fall-ready—make an appointment with Lexington Park Lincoln’s Service Department today!

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The 2018 Lincoln Navigator: Refinement at its Finest

Since 1998, the Lincoln Navigator has been one of America’s favorite full-size SUVs. Built largely on the same platform of the Ford Expedition, the Lincoln Navigator has all of the room and functionality of the Ford Expedition, but luxury is one of the top-selling points of the vehicle.

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The Lincoln Navigator has a refreshed model, being released in 2018, just 20 years after the original SUV became available to the public. The SUV is widely known already for its luxury, but also for its power. The 2018 Lincoln Navigator will be made from aluminum to help reduce its weight, and will become sleeker to help improve its aerodynamics.

Six passengers will be able to comfortably fit into the 2018 Lincoln Navigator, and the interior has been re-designed to display its luxury features. Wood trim and polished bright aluminum will line the interior to resemble a similar concept of luxury boats and yachts. The six large seats are made of premium leather and look like chairs, adjustable in 30 ways, and the rear portion of each seat has its own console.

Furthermore, some of the interior features included are a large touch screen display that supports Apple CarPlay, a premium sound system, 3-dimensional navigation, 4G connections are now supported, wireless chargers are available as well as automatic climate control.

We know that you’ll love the 2018 Lincoln Navigator. Stay tuned to find out when you can sign up for a test-drive.