There was a point in American automotive history where the Lincoln Continental was THE luxury sedan to have if you wanted to show off your wealth and style.
Before I get into the meat of my review of the 2015 Lincoln MKC, I want to begin by talking about the small crossover/compact SUV segment.
When it comes to sincerity in the pursuit of mass-market electric cars, three automakers stand out above the rest: Tesla, Nissan, and BMW.
Baby boomers are moving from sedans and full size sport utility vehicles and into compact crossovers in big numbers.
The compact luxury crossover market in the US is about to get more crowded.
The Lincoln Navigator is new for model year 2015 and will arrive at dealers later this year. The vehicle features changes to every major area.
The Lincoln Motor Company is really just two vehicles, the MKZ sedan and the MKX crossover. In January both did very well compared to January 2013.
While critics outside of Ford Motor Company might try to question the future of the Lincoln brand, the 2013 Lincoln MKZ is proof that FoMoCo hasn’t forgotten what they need to do in order to make t
As we remember the assassination of President Kennedy on its 50th anniversary we thought it would be interesting to look back at the 1961 Lincoln limousine he was riding in that fateful day.
Lincoln, which has been in my opinion operating in relative obscurity, pretty much comes right out and says it built the 2015 Lincoln MKC to scoop up some Benjamins.
So I tapped him on the shoulder and held my rewards card out. When he saw it he said “Oh. No. I don’t use those things.” He gave the clerk some cash in exchange for some old-school car wax.
According to the folks at Car & Driver, the next generation Lincoln MKS is due out in later 2015 as a 2016 model year vehicle and when it arrives in roughly two years, it will add yet another E
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.