Used Lincoln for Sale in Phoenix


There’s nothing quite like Lincoln-style luxury. It’s the result of an exclusive approach to crafting vehicles that perform with confidence and pamper you with comfort. In fact, Lincolns are some of the leading used luxury cars for sale in Phoenix. And when it comes to buying pre-owned Lincolns, there’s no place quite like AAA Car Buying. We’ll work with you to find a Lincoln you’ll love at a price you can afford with financing that makes sense for your budget. You can count on superior customer service as well, since our knowledgeable sales consultants are dedicated to providing a smooth and hassle-free shopping experience without high-pressure tactics. This just may be the easiest way ever to buy a used car — and we can help you purchase or lease new vehicles, too!


Shopping in the pre-owned marketplace can be a particularly smart way to enjoy world-class automotive luxury: You can often enjoy the same upscale features as in a brand-new car but while paying thousands of dollars less money due to depreciation. After all, a new luxury vehicle can easily see its value fall by a full 20% or more in only a single year of service. This naturally results in significantly lower pricing even when a used vehicle is in excellent condition — like the ones we focus on at AAA Car Buying.

We then take your side during the purchase process, first getting to know you and your needs and next combing through the used cars for sale in Phoenix until we locate a Lincoln that meets your requirements. Additionally, knowing most people hate to negotiate, we do that on your behalf to get you a fantastic deal. Trading in your old car? We can also help with that, often bringing you multiple bids for a better price.

For more convenience, you never even have to step foot in a traditional auto dealership. We can come to your home or business, you can visit our clean and well-kept shopping facility, or we can meet at a local AAA branch office.

Shopping for a used car doesn’t get much simpler than that.

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Incredibly sophisticated, pre-owned Lincoln vehicles are some of the most lavishly equipped used cars for sale in Phoenix: Some models even have warning chimes recorded by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. You can also count on Lincoln for amazing creature comforts, high-tech connectivity, and ultra-luxe amenities that can transform every drive into something special. (Just keep in mind that exact equipment can vary by model and model year.)

  • Lincoln showcases opulent cabins highlighted by 30-way Perfect Position heated/ventilated seats that are surfaced in fine leather and capable of providing a soothing massage while you enjoy a leather heated power steering wheel, power-adjustable pedals, a massive sunroof, signature LED lighting, authentic wood trim, hands-free access, remarkable Revel audio, and other premium cues.
  • Co-Pilot360 technologies bring advanced driver assistance to many pre-owned Lincolns with adaptive cruise control, front/rear automatic braking, blind-spot monitoring, lane-keeping assistance, forward collision warning, pedestrian detection, and automatic parking assistance, and more.
  • Take the hassle out of your everyday life with Lincoln infotainment technology like massive touchscreens, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, WiFi compatibility, Bluetooth, full-color navigation, voice recognition, wireless charging, and rear media systems with dual independent displays for gaming and streaming.
  • Head-up displays, digital instruments panels, and dedicated trailering technology can add another layer of intelligent convenience to many pre-owned Lincolns.


As a fixture in the local community, AAA Car Buying is in close touch with drivers’ demands, and we stock our inventory accordingly. But also remember that we’re expert car finders. Indeed, our business model is built around locating high-quality used vehicles for our clients. So if you’re interested in a specific model we don’t have on hand, let us know, and we can get to work to find you one. Some of our favorite Lincolns are featured below.

  • The three-row Lincoln Navigator is a bold body-on-frame full-size SUV that is equally at home on the town, off the road, or towing heavy trailers — all without sacrificing any of the brand’s elegant luxury.
  • Also available with three rows, the Lincoln Aviator offers both gas and plug-in hybrid powertrains to go with innovative technology. For example, some Aviators have adaptive suspensions that lower the SUV for easier access as you approach.
  • The Lincoln Corsair and Nautilus are the brand’s nimble two-row SUVs that blend beauty, brains, and brawn in smartly engineered packages with compelling designs of their own.
  • Cars like the Lincoln Continental, MKS, and MKZ show off the brand’s long heritage of luxury sedans.
  • Exclusive Black Label editions deliver the ultimate in Lincoln luxury with uniquely curated design themes.


Although Lincoln and Cadillac are often considered arch-rivals in the auto industry, they were actually founded by the same person: Henry Leyland. He created Cadillac first but left the company when it was purchased by General Motors. Leyland then launched the Lincoln Motor Company in 1917, originally building V12 engines for World War I bombers. He got back into the car business after the war, with the 1920 Lincoln Model L, yet Leyland wasn’t able to successfully make the switch from military planes to civilian automobiles. This led to Lincoln’s purchase by the Ford Motor Company in 1922.

Ford’s financial backing made the difference, and Lincoln quickly established itself as a luxury-car leader that could compete with top-name makers from around the globe. Here in the U.S., Lincoln built the first official presidential limousine in 1924, for Calvin Coolidge, and debuted the Lincoln Continental concept car just before World War II. The Continental led Lincoln to new heights after it went into full production in the post-war years, and today, the brand’s iconic style lives on its sophisticated SUVs.

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