As you said, it is a top-of-the-line, aka "luxury" line.
One of the headaches I've seen with high-end cars (Cadillac, Lincoln, Mercedes, etc.) is that they do not age well. All of the beautiful appointments of electronic this and automatic that; the fabrics that enjoy being touched are not designed to last very long.
The more plebian (simple) things hold up over time and use much better.
Yes, you pay big $$'s and expect good service from the machine. What you wind up with is getting 'serviced' by sycophants that want to sell you another high-end unit before the underpinnings require impossible-to-do repairs.
I've had Lincolns to Chevrolets, Honda, Mazda and even a Jaguar as my daily driver. I'll take a mid-rage, mid-sized 'family sedan' for everyday use every time! Maintenance is straight-forward and parts can be had for years! Just try getting a replacement headlamp for a 9 year old Lincoln. Or, better yet, replace the EGR valve without pulling the engine.
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