This new Ford, Mercury and Lincoln recall pertains to the Crown Vic, the Grand Marquis and the Town Car from the 2005 through 2011 model years.
Affected by Tuesday’s recall are 3,500 model year 2012 Ford Taurus, Explorer and Lincoln MKS vehicles that may contain an improperly melded fuel tank-seam.
The Lincoln MKC Concept is based on the same chassis architecture as the Ford Escape and the Ford C-Max but this compact luxury SUV is far more than just a rebadged version of the popular Escape.
December 2012 was a pretty so-so month for Ford Motor Company with the Lincoln brand posting negative growth and the Ford brand posting the lowest growth rate of those brands on the positive side o
Would you like to own a piece of movie history? How about a pair of vehicles from one of the most famous films of all time?
There has been much excitement over the all-new 2015 Ford Mustang that is getting ready to make its global launch.
Earlier this month Ford changed the name of its luxury division to the Lincoln Motor Company.
This investigation into the Ford Fusion and Mercury Milan from the 2008, 2009 and 2010 model years was launched in May of 2010 after the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration received 3 co
Things went pretty well for Ford Motor Company in November 2012 in terms of both sales volume and sales growth but once again, their premium Lincoln brand struggled with a dealership lineup that ha
Lincoln will soon be killed off as a brand by Ford.
Luxury automaker Lincoln took a unique approach at Wednesday’s Los Angeles Auto Show, displaying exclusively vintage automobiles.
While October 2012 was a pretty month in terms of sales growth, the 168,456 units sold make them the second best auto group in terms of volume while the Ford brand once again claimed the title of A
The 2013 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid received an official fuel economy rating of 45 miles per gallon whether driving on the highway or around town with a combined figure of 45mpg as well.
While the immediate news for Ford Motor Company of both brands posting negative year over year growth in September 2012 looks bad, there were some bright points for Ford and for Lincoln – there is