Lincoln is pushing the listening-envelope to new heights. Continue Reading...
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From free maintenance to culinary experiences to free carwashes, Lincoln Black Label takes care of its customers. Continue Reading...
The seats in the MKX are its killer feature. Continue Reading...
The new Lincoln MKX has scored top safety marks from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). Continue Reading...
To deliver a proper luxury feel every high-end vehicle has to be equipped with an advanced sound system; it’s a prerequisite. To ensure its customers get the best listening experience possible Lincoln has just announced an exclusive 10-year partnership with Revel audio systems. Continue Reading...
There are new Lincoln models on the way as Ford looks to boost the image of its luxury brand. Continue Reading...
This year’s JD Power Initial Quality Study had a few surprises and you might be shocked to hear which vehicles were most problem free. Continue Reading...
It might seem easy to ignore the Beijing Motor Show. After all, it is halfway around the world. But the Chinese auto market is growing quickly. In fact, it surpassed the U.S. in 2010. The auto show in Beijing is getting bigger, too. This year’s debuts mark a new pinnacle in BMW luxury sedans, a… Continue Reading...
The third of four all-new Lincoln vehicles scheduled to go on sale by 2016 has appeared in concept form. Continue Reading...
Lincoln has announced that the 2014 MKX will introduce a tree-based alternative to fiberglass for its interior parts. Continue Reading...
Since its founding in 1936, Consumer Reports has become the go-to source for shoppers. From new refrigerators to bottles of wine, Blue-ray players to homeowner’s insurance, if it’s on the market it’s likely the non-profit organization has scientifically tested it. Of course the consumer watchdog is probably most famous for its vehicle reliability ratings. Continue Reading...
Quality is an ever-moving target; it’s something automakers have to constantly monitor. And like the Mongol hordes conquering vast swaths of Asia in the 13th century, problems can easily overwhelm an unsuspecting company’s defenses. Like arrows toppling a mighty war elephant, just a few small issues can devastate even the most reliable vehicle on the… Continue Reading...
The Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union has agreed with Ford Motor Co. on a four-year deal that will create about 600 jobs at the American automaker’s Oakville, Ontario plant. Continue Reading...
Lincoln has already admitted that it will not be pursuing a halo car for some time, and that the brand is taking aim at larger volume segments first and foremost. A luxury crossover is the first step in the plan. Continue Reading...
While Audi is famous for their quattro all-wheel drive system, Lincoln is the only domestic luxury car brand to offer every single product with an AWD option, and buyers are leaning strongly towards having all 4 wheels powered on many of their products. Lincoln reports that 72 percent of MKT buyers and 62 percent of… Continue Reading...
After a long period of neglect by parent company Ford, Lincoln is expected to launch three new products within the upcoming years to complement their current lineup, with a small crossover, compact car and a version of the Ford Explorer joining the ranks. The new small Lincoln, tentatively known as the MKC, will be based… Continue Reading...
With the New York Times erecting a “pay wall” around their online section, many web enthusiasts are crying foul at the venerable paper’s decision to abandon the online modus operandi of making information free. But 200,000 of the Times’ best customers will be eligible for free access (worth about $150) thanks to Lincoln, which is… Continue Reading...
Ford announced a recall of their trucks and crossovers – including 23,688 Ranger pickup trucks – because of a fuel line near the throttle body shield that could leak fuel and cause a fire, and an electrical system that might short out and, well, cause a fire. Ford is recalling 8,022 Edge and Lincokn MKX… Continue Reading...
With 200 of Lincoln‘s 1200 dealers staring down a possible termination of their franchise, an upcoming dealer meeting will provide little comfort to retailers of Ford’s luxury brand, as the Blue Oval will not share upcoming product details with Lincoln’s sales force. Even though Ford is aggressively targeting Lincoln dealers with a demand for a… Continue Reading...
Ford is recalling both the Edge crossover and the Lincoln MKX luxury crossover due to an electrical short that could lead to a fire. The vehicles were built during a 6 day window, and also includes certain Ford F-Series trucks. Dealers will inspect a component known as the body control module, and replace it if… Continue Reading...
Lincoln is about to launch their new refreshed MKX crossover, and the most significant changes come with regards to gas mileage. Fuel economy is a class leading 19mpg city/26mpg highway, despite having a 3.7L 305 horsepower V6 under the hood. Of course, most consumers will notice the new corporate schnozz, which is much more striking… Continue Reading...
The All-American Impala: Made in Canada During President Obama’s press conference last week when he announced that Chrylser would file for Chapter 11, he asked Americans that if they were looking to buy a car, to look at American cars. The “buy American” philosophy drew harsh criticism from the American International Automobile Dealers Association (AIADA),… Continue Reading...