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How many miles per gallon a 1995 Lincoln town car gets?

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2006-04-18 09:54:33
2006-04-18 09:54:33

In pure NYC city bumper to bumper driving with red lites and stop signs ever three blocks: 8.5 to 9.5 mpg. If you can crack 10 mpg never give the car away. Highway with cruise and steady riding it can jump to the mid 20s mpg Like was said, if it lives at a dead stop or at the dragstrip, expect 10 tops. On long highway trips, I have averaged 33mpg with my car plus over 700lbs of passengers and luggage.

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