Lincoln

Palm Springs Lincoln

69200 Highway 111
Directions Cathedral City, CA 92234

  • Sales: (760) 328-2102
  • Service: (760) 328-2372
  • Parts: (760) 328-7149
  • Autobody: (760) 699-6748

Blog

Two Sights to See When Driving Your Lincoln through Palm Springs, CA.

If you have time to take a leisurely ride in your new Lincoln model through Palm Springs, then there are two areas that you may particularly enjoy. By taking these routes, you will get to observe part of what makes the city a popular destination in Southern California. From palm trees to windmills, your travels are sure to be delightfully scenic!

read more
Categories: ,

Take Advantage of a Service Coupon on Your Next Visit to Our Cathedral City Service Center!

In need of automotive service? Then stop by our Service Center in Cathedral City, California! In doing so, you can get assistance for Palm Springs Lincoln professionals who have both the knowledge and skills necessary to keep your beloved car, truck, or SUV in prime condition. Rest assured, when you bring you model on over to our auto shop, you will receive quality care for an affordable price because we offer many service coupons too!

read more
Categories:

Performance Highlights of the New 2017 Lincoln MKC

Distinguished drivers in Cathedral City, California, who are looking for a vehicle that will deliver a terrific performance need not look any further for the new 2017 Lincoln MKC that is now for sale at Palm Springs Lincoln. Engineered with innovations galore, this SUV is a sophisticated mode of transportation and is sure to leave you with a lasting impression. Below are two particular components that make all the difference.

read more
Categories:

The Full Size Sedan of the Future

Lincoln's history is well-known for helping to kick start the luxury market in the United States. In their history they have made some of the most well-known luxury cars on the road. Lincoln has brought back one of their most historic models in the 2017 Lincoln Continental.

Lincoln brought back the Lincoln Continental after a nearly 15 year break in production and the company sure did not hold back on making this new sedan a true luxury vehicle. Inside of the new 2017 Lincoln Continental all passengers will be sitting on the finest leathers that Lincoln has to offer…

read more
Categories: ,

Why Going For Tire Rotation Is Necessary

Going for tire rotation is essential to enhance the lifespan of your car’s tires and to ensure that the warranty on your tire’s mileage remains valid. Many of the tires manufacturers have the condition that their warranty is only valid if the tire rotation service is availed at the periodic intervals suggested in the manual. It helps with improving the traction and grip of the car on the road, and also helps with easy handling.

Tire rotation ensures that you do not have to go for tire replacement for a long time to come because the tires would…
read more
Categories:

Windshield Repair May Be Essential for Your Lincoln

A car windshield replacement is something that should get done with urgency if your windshield gets damaged beyond repair. The telling point is seeing how big and or dangerous the damage is. For instance, if the windshield has gotten completely shattered, or there is a big chip in the glass, a crack in the glass or if there are scratches in the glass to obstruct the driver's view, you may want to consider a replacement. In many cases, the damage can be a safety hazard while driving. Thus the longer one waits to repair or replace the windshield the…

read more
Categories:

Does Your Lincoln Need New Tires in Cathedral City?

Over time, every auto part needs to be replaced for the sake of your safety and your vehicle's longevity. The tires on your Lincoln are no exception. Does your Lincoln need new tires? Here are some signs for Cathedral City drivers to look for.

Bald Tires: When tires lose their tread because of normal wear, they aren't able to grip the road as effectively or handle as safely.

Bulges and Cracks: If you start to find bulges and cracks in your tire, it could mean that something like a steel belt has snapped internally. Best to have your…

read more
Categories: , ,
Info
AdChoices