Overall, I can say is an excellent car! Lots of pros. Comfortable, great ride, lots of options, lots of bells and whistles, reliable engine, on and on. I could write pages on the pros, and how much I love this car, but your probably really asking the question to see if there's anything bad about the car, so I'll concentrate on that.
Right now for me, gas mileage is the worst one. I drive a V8 sport package, and i average 20 mpg even when most of my commute is on highway. That adds up quick with the miles I drive.
Repairs are very infrequent, but when they happen, they're expensive, and because it's a luxury car, it should be brought to a professional, likely a dealer. This is true with all luxury cars though!!
Lastly, I have one of the first models. It's and early 2000. There was a bug in the 2000 years in the first couple of months it was out. The tranny has quite a serious couple of seconds delay going into reverse. It was fixed inthe later production of 2000. But if you're looking to buy, just be aware. It's not bad, sometimes unnoticable. I don't mind it unless I'm in a hurry to go in reverse real quick. But it's worth looking for when your checking out your new ride!!New Answer
I love my car, but have had extensive problems with air and heater. Six years now and problem still not resolved!!
I have been a mechanic for 6 years now and have had the chance to drive a lot of vehicles, makes, and models. The Lincoln LS is one of the cars I have enjoyed to drive.
Many people complain about fuel mileage, which I don't know why. On the highway, using only 91 octane and higher, I average about 24-30 mpg. In town, it depends on how you drive. Like most vehicles with an 8 cylinder, if you race stop light to stop light, then your fuel mileage will drop to about 10-14mpg.
My response to the question, "Is this a good car?" What do you consider a good car?
Every car is different. EVERY CAR BREAKS DOWN at some time. Cars aren't perfect. At least I haven't found a car yet that hasn't had something break, stop working, or have some problem.
It all depends on what you are looking for in a car. If you want just fuel mileage, then go buy a Geo Metro or one of the Hybrids. If you want a luxury car that isn't as expensive as a BMW, Lexus, or Mercedes, that handles better than a regular sedan, and can burn the tires, then the Lincoln LS is a car to buy.
expenses decrease owner's equity where as revenue increases owner's equity
Briefly explain why the owner's investment and revenues increased owner's equity, while withdrawals and expenses decreased owner's equity
Out of pocket expenses are business expenses for which the individual who accrues these expenses is not reimbursed by the company they are employed by or from the business itself if they are the business owner.
the four subdivision of owner's equity are: Capitals Withdrawls Expenses Earnings (Revenues) DO NOT MISTAKEN ACCOUNT PAYABLES & RECEIVABLES AS BEING EXPENSES AND EARNINGS or REVENUES :)
Assets Expenses Owner's Equity
Abraham Lincoln was never a slave owner. He was lawyer and had no need for slave assistance. He was against slavery anyway.
Due to the fact that Lincoln Park Mobile Home Village is a commercial property, you must contact the tax assessor for the city of Lincoln Park, Michigan. Their phone number is 313-386-1800, ext. 1239. Please call between 9:00 AM and 4:00 PM on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
A keyless entry code for a 2003 Lincoln Aviator can be found the owner's manual. If a code is not provided, the owner must visit a Lincoln dealership for a new code.
Abraham Lincoln was a licensed bartender and was the co-owner of Berry and Lincoln, a bar in Springfield, Illinois.
it means that the with drawing of cash from the business by the owner of the business. or it may stated that the expenses of the owner paid by the business.
No. You should keep the expenses paid and sue the other owner if necessary. Perhaps you should make an agreement to buy them out and deduct the amount they owe for expenses from the purchase price.
Lincoln was the owner of a humorous and wide tolerance.
Fuel, insurance, maintenance and truck payment.
Because he had no reason to. Lincoln was a slave owner himself
According to the 2006 Lincoln Navigator Owner Guide ( 5W-20 )
Accrued expenses or accrued sundry expenses are those expenditure which are incurred during the specific time but the payment not to be paid with in that specific time that are called the accrued expenses or accrued sundary expenses. Accrued expenses are also called outstanding Expense.This will be the liablity of the owner and shown in the liablity side of the balance sheet.
Withdrawals and expenses are taking away profit/revenue for the company, therefore, not improving it so it decreases owner's equity. Th.
You can view the 2000 Lincoln LS Owner Guide online at : www . motorcraft service . com ( no spaces ) Click on Owner Guides
You can view the 1998 Lincoln Navigator Owner Guide online at : www . motorcraft service . com ( no spaces ) Click on Owner Guides
You can view the 2000 Lincoln Navigator Owner Guide online at : www . motorcraft service . com ( no spaces ) Click on Owner Guides