Vista Lincoln of Oxnard

1501 Auto Center Drive
Directions Oxnard, CA 93036

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Discover the Design Features of the Lincoln MKC

The Lincoln MKC is a popular luxury crossover vehicle, but there's more to it than meets the eye. Discover some of its great design features and see why it could be the perfect fit for you.

An innovative approach detection function means that as soon as you approach your Lincoln MKC, the interior will start to light up. 

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Safety and Technology in the New Lincoln MKZ

When you're ready to experience luxury in a mid-sized sedan, the Lincoln MKZ might be the perfect vehicle to suit your driving habits and needs. Equipped with some of the latest technology designed to make driving safe and enjoyable, you can have peace of mind on the road.

A Lane-Keeping System is designed to keep you from accidentally drifting into another lane. 

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FWD or RWD? Which is Better for You?

The different design of front-wheel and rear-wheel drive cars produce a variety of advantages and disadvantages for each vehicle type. We'll educate you about the unique features of each system to allow you to make informed and confidence decisions.

The weight distribution of the engine and transmission throughout a RWD vehicle leads to better handling, especially at high speeds and while accelerating. 

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Choose the Lincoln MKT Because It Performs Well

When you are looking into buying a new vehicle for your family, you need to find one that performs as you feel a vehicle should. The Lincoln MKT is a popular crossover option and it is a vehicle that is set up with the power that it needs to perform well.

The standard engine on the Lincoln MKT is a Twin Turbo Charged one and it will provide you with all of the power that you need on the road while helping you save on fuel. 

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Do You Need a Vehicle Alignment?

Did you know that alignments also depend on the type of drive train that you have? Front wheel drive vehicles require a front-end adjustment. However, if you have an all-wheel drive vehicle, you will receive a four-wheel alignment. Alignments are important to keep your wheels and axles running in the same direction. There are precise measurements involved with altering your alignment, which is why a mechanic is the best person to see if you feel that your car is pulling to one direction or even if your steering vibrates when you drive.

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Convenient Features in the Lincoln MKC

Whether you're hauling heavy groceries or need to make your way into a tight parking space, the Lincoln MKC has you covered. This popular crossover has many useful features available. They can help to make your everyday commute in Oxnard that much better.

A unique hands-free liftgate is available on many MKC configurations. Sensors are located on the bottom of the rear bumper. Simply place your foot under the bumper to open up the rear liftgate. 

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Avoiding a Tire Blowout is as Simple as Checking the Tires Closely

Here are some of the warning signs that the tires on your car may experience a failure.

Take the time a few times each week first thing in the morning to take a close look at the health of the tire treads. Be sure to get the tires to a service center if you see any cracks, uneven wear, or bulges. These issues combined could cause the tire to fail and lead to a blowout at high speeds.

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Discover the 2018 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid at Vista Lincoln of Oxnard

The 2018 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid combines a number of fantastic performance features in luxurious midsize package. It's sleek, powerful, and fun to drive.

Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop-And-Go takes the stress out of driving. You can set it to maintain a particular speed or a specific distance from the car in front of you. It will automatically slow down and even bring you to a safe stop in traffic. 

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Warning Signs of Belt or Hose Failure


If either the belts or hoses on your car fail, the engine will overheat and you could wind up stranded on the road without the ability to move your vehicle. Here are a few warning signs of the potential belt or hose failure.

The belts throughout the engine are working to move parts like the water pump and fan, and if the belt fails these parts won't operate. 

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A Look at Automotive Gaskets

Your car contains automotive gaskets under its hood, and they are important. Car makers use gaskets to compartmentalize engine systems and keep apart fluids and gasses that must remain separate. Gasket materials include rubber and stacked layers of thin metal. These materials form tight seals between surfaces, but they eventually fail. 

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