Lincoln is the luxury brand of the Ford Motor Company and with models that offer solid fuel economy, impressive performance and superb levels of luxury; Lincoln continues to be a great choice for those who wants to Buy American and drive a premium luxury car.

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2016 Navigator L Reserve

2016 Lincoln Navigator L Reserve Review: Great Power, Big Luxury, Small Price

The 2016 Lincoln Navigator L Reserve has all of the credentials to compete for the title of the best large luxury SUV in the US market, but where the competitors will run you close to six figures, the top of the line Navigator offers lots of power, lots of interior space and lots of luxury for less than the starting price of most competitors.
2015 Ford Mustang GT in Guard

2015 Ford Mustang, Focus and Escape Recalled in Hot States for Faulty Door Latches

Ford Motor Company has issued a recall for the 2015 Ford Mustang fastback along with a handful of other Ford and Lincoln vehicles from the 2013 through 2016 model years in areas around the US with the highest temperatures – affecting roughly 830,000 vehicles in 16 states.
2016 navigator concept

The Lincoln Navigator Concept Shows a Bright Future for the Luxury SUV

Ford Motor Company has used the 2016 New York International Auto Show to show off their new Lincoln Navigator Concept and while this massive SUV has a few aspects that aren’t exactly production friendly – this new Navigator Concept paints a beautiful picture of the future of the large Lincoln SUV.
2017 Lincoln Continental

The New Lincoln Continental is Beautiful, Powerful and Front Wheel Drive

The new Lincoln Continental made its production earlier this week at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show and with that debut comes more of the vital information including features, the engine lineup and the fact that this large luxury sedan has stuck with the front-wheel drive configuration that most luxury automakers have left behind.
2015 navigator in magnetic

2015 Lincoln Navigator Review: a Stunning Luxury People Mover with Pickup Power

The 2015 Lincoln Navigator is a rarity in the modern American auto industry as one of the few big SUVs still using the truck-like body-on-frame architecture, but that relatively old school design leads to a full sized SUV that has as much interior space and as many luxury amenities as any SUV in America – while still offering truck-like capabilities that make this high class rig a serious work horse.

A Review of the 2013 Lincoln MKZ: a Remarkable Luxury Car in Every Way

While the Lincoln brand has been best known for its brawny land yachts, the 2013 Lincoln MKZ has everything that you want from a modern luxury car inside, outside and under the hood – making for the best midsized luxury car that Ford Motor Company has offered up in many moons.
2015 Lincoln MKC

Lincoln Pursues Almighty Buck with 2015 MKC Crossover

Quick, picture the Lincoln MKZ, MKX, MKT and MKS in your head. Can't do it can you? Well, just to further muddle the model lineup, there's a new 2015 Lincoln MKC in the mix and it's yet another example of murky marketing by the premium arm of the Ford Motor Co. as it attempts to squeeze some cash into the lackluster company.
2011 Lincoln MKS EcoBoost

Next Generation Lincoln MKS Could Pack Smaller EcoBoost, 9-Speed Transmission

Ford Motor Company is expected to roll out the next generation Lincoln MKS within the next couple of years and when the new Ford luxury flagship arrives – it may feature a new EcoBoost V6 and a 9-speed automatic transmission that could make it one of the most efficient non-hybrid luxury cars on the market.
The Tanner Foust Ford Focus ST

Ford finishes strong in December 2012 and things should get better in 2013

Ford Motor Company finished with a positive growth in December 2012 which helped to contribute to positive sales growth for the 2012 calendar year but thanks to an array of new models on sale now and more arriving over the next few months, 2013 could be a much stronger year for the Blue Oval crew.
The 2009 Ford Fusion

Feds upgrade Ford Fusion, Lincoln MKZ unintended acceleration probe

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has announced that its probe into complaints of unintended acceleration in certain Ford, Lincoln and Mercury vehicles has been upgraded to an engineering analysis – the final step that could lead up to a recall of almost a half million Ford vehicles.

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