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First Lincoln Continental Crowns Operation King

Tom Halligan
Posted on October 3, 2016
King Limousine & Transportation Services CEO Bob Euler (L) takes delivery of the new Lincoln Continental from Chris Burns of Fred Beans Ford Lincoln.
King Limousine & Transportation Services CEO Bob Euler (L) takes delivery of the new Lincoln Continental from Chris Burns of Fred Beans Ford Lincoln.
KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. — Bob Euler, CEO of King Limousine & Transportation Services, had nothing but praise for his new Lincoln Continental he bought recently from Chris Burns, sales and leasing consultant at Fred Bean Ford Lincoln in Doylestown, Pa. The vehicle was delivered two weeks ago as other industry dealers nationwide were getting their first 2017 Lincoln Continental models.

“The Continental is a real luxury sedan and I like everything about it,” said Euler, whose company ranks No. 13 in the 2016 LCT Largest 50 Fleets List ranking with 172 vehicles, including 91 sedans. “I’ve been testing it myself and the car is made for this industry, especially the rear seating.”

“It was our first livery Continental and we delivered it to King,“ said Burns, who believes the vehicle is a “winner” for the industry. “It’s unbelievable, especially the rear seat livery package that includes reclining seats and temperature controls, plus other passenger amenities." During a test drive, Burns said the Continental's ride is “superb with minimal wind noise … it’s a winner without a doubt.”

Related Topics: Bob Euler, dealerships, Lincoln, Lincoln-Continental, new vehicles, Pennsylvania operators

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