This past week, AutoGuide headed to the 2014 Chicago Auto Show to catch all the new debuts and unveilings. Topping the list of this week’s most watched videos is our first look at the 2015 Lincoln Navigator, while the 2015 Subaru Legacy and the new Toyota TRD Pro off-roaders garnered plenty of attention as well. Watch…
Lincoln is the Ford Motor Companies luxury brand, and mainly rebadges Ford vehicles but adds premium features. Models to watch: MKZ
Lincoln’s Navigator has been refreshed for the 2015 model year. This full-size luxury SUV was formally introduced to the public at the Chicago Auto Show.
Love it or not the Lincoln Navigator has finally received some much-needed attention for the 2015 model year. Despite getting an early reveal on the Interwebz not long ago the refreshed full-size luxury SUV was formally introduced to the public right here at the Chicago Auto Show.
Lincoln has brought back its “Date Night” promotion in hopes of garnering interest on its MKZ sedan.
Welcome to 2014! Apparently in Chinese Astrology it’s the year of the “wood horse” but let’s hope this timber pony can canter away and carry the auto industry to continuing sales success. Which brands drove away with buckets of cash and which ones took a tumble down the stairs? Let’s take a peek at last…
Just a few hours after Lincoln teased the 2015 Navigator, a photo popped up on Twitter that shows off the front end of the new SUV.
Lincoln is getting ready to take the wraps off a new Navigator, and today the brand released teaser images of its latest SUV.
Despite dismissive comments about its cross-town rival being made in the past, Cadillac wants to set the record straight on Lincoln.
The 2015 Lincoln MKC’s ordering guide has been leaked, revealing that the 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine will provide 21 mpg in the city and 27 mpg on the highway in all-wheel-drive form.
Lincoln has announced that the 2014 MKX will introduce a tree-based alternative to fiberglass for its interior parts.
Lincoln’s new small MKC crossover will start at $33,995 when it arrives in dealers next year.
Cadillac’s vice president of global design, Ed Wellburn, says that he doesn’t consider Lincoln to be a direct competitor to his brand.
Lincoln has issued a recall for the MKZ Hybrid due to a transmission fault that could cause the car to roll away when it is parked.
It’s that time of year again; time for extended families to cram together around an all-too-small table, eat themselves into a food coma, argue over football and be told by countless relatives how they should be living their lives. Yup, it is time to give thanks.
This week’s most watched videos on the AutoGuide YouTube channel include our reviews of the 2014 Mazda3 and Toyota Tundra, while readers were also interested to take a first look at the new 2015 Lincoln MKC. Watch the videos below and subscribe to the AutoGuide YouTube channel here.
Lincoln is diving into a new segment with the second of four products that are meant to reinvent the brand, the MKC, which is based on the Ford Escape and will be company’s first compact crossover.
In case you haven’t heard the news, J Mays is retiring from Ford. As group vice president and chief creative officer of Blue Oval design he’s kind of a big deal. But that’s not the extent of his achievements. Mays’ automotive career spans more than three decades with tenure at companies far beyond the one…
Lincoln is looking to travel from obscurity to relevance with a single product: the MKC.
Lincoln is launching a marketing campaign today aimed directly at rivaling Lexus products.
Even with all the high-tech features today’s luxury vehicles come with, they’re not immune to being stolen. If you’re curious to see what the top 10 most stolen luxury vehicles from the 2010-2012 model years are, you’ve come to the right place. In total, 4,384 luxury vehicles were reported stolen in the U.S. between…
Ford is recalling about 370,000 of its Crown Victoria, Mercury Grand Marquis and Lincoln Town Car full-size sedans.
Lincoln is probably still a decade away from regaining status as a true luxury brand according to a high-level Ford executive.
Lincoln, Ford’s struggling luxury division, just revealed the next mile marker on its long road to revitalization at the Pebble Beach Concourse in Monterey, California this afternoon. The company is borrowing an idea from the long ago to exceed customers’ expectations today.
Lincoln is planning on moving more hybrids for the next model year of the MKZ, doubling the amount of gasoline-electrics being produced from 20 percent to 40 percent of the total vehicle mix.