The horsepower of the Audi is by 18 hp grater than the Lincoln LS II 3.0 232HP. While the difference is small it should not affect the vehicles performance largely.
With more trunk space the Audi Allroad C5 2.7 T quattro 250HP manual 4x4 will have much more room for carrying things and be more usefull car than the Lincoln LS II 3.0 232HP. If the size of the trunk is important to you, the Audi will be better to buy as it is about 20 percent more spacious than the boot of its rival.
In the category of fuel tank capacity it is the Audi which can contain 2 l more fuel than the Lincoln LS II. The average fuel container capacity in the executive segment, from which the Audi Allroad C5 2.7 T quattro 250HP manual 4x4 comes from, amounts to 71 liters, whereas in E class (represented by the Lincoln LS II) it amounts to 71 l.
Ground clearance is a vital factor in many relevant characteristics of a vehicle. Ride height is the most important for SUV vehicles still all cars appreciate the higher suspension. The Audi has 30 percent higher clearance than the Lincoln LS II. In addition to effective mobility in rough terrain, the Audi Allroad C5 will also be easier pushed urban obstacles such as high kerbstones, for example.
Number of doors
A five-door car generally is a hatchback (however estate cars also count as 5-door cars) and for that reason the Audi, where you can open up the boot lid and fold flat the back seats enlarging a luggage compartment, has an advantage over the 4-door Lincoln which in turn has smaller lid and a partition behind the rear seats.
If you are a tall driver or you happen to carry in the trunk stuffs of large size, the Audi Allroad C5, which is by 5 percent higher than the Lincoln, is better option for you. However, presented cars do not differ much in its height and it should not be much perceptible.