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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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.
The 2013 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid

2013 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid officially most efficient luxury car in America

Ford Motor Company has announced that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has certified the 2013 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid at 45 miles per gallon and while this falls a bit short of the 47mpg offered by the 2013 Ford Fusion Hybrid – 45mpg makes the new MKZ Hybrid the most efficient luxury car available in the US market.
The 2011 Ford Mustang GT Coupe

Ford recalls F150, Mustang, SUVs for automatic transmission problems

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has announced a new recall of select Ford F150, Ford Mustang, Ford Expedition and Lincoln Navigator vehicles over a concern that the automatic transmission may not go into reverse or when in reverse, the backup lights will not come on – posing a threat to other motorists and pedestrians alike.
Lincoln Director of Design Max Wolff at unveiling of Lincoln MKZ

2013 Lincoln MKZ Important Step for New Design Director

Before the grand opening of the New York International Auto Show, Lincoln debuted the 2013 Lincoln MKZ before a packed house at the beautiful IAC building in Manhattan's lower West Side. It's the first Lincoln product to come out under Lincoln's relatively new director of design Max Wolff and it demonstrates what a difficult job he has ahead of him.
Lincoln MKZ Conceptual 2013

Ford's New Lincoln Exemplified In Presidential Style With the New MKZ Concept

Lincoln has long been Ford's luxury brand, whose checkered past success and failure has been as colorful as the president it was named after. Lately, the brand has been lackluster, stealing design elements from Ford's other products. Today, Ford is emphasizing Lincoln at the North American International Auto Show with a new flagship: the MKZ Concept.
The Lincoln Town Car was a standard limo from 1981 to 2011.

Termination of the Lincoln Town Car marks the end of an era

The Lincoln Town Car has been the standard bearer for the limousine industry in the U.S. and Canada for the last 30 years. Since its introduction in 1981, in standard production models and modified chauffeured variations, the Lincoln Town Car has delivered countless executives, officials and dignitaries to their respective destinations in elegance, comfort and style.
The 2011 Ford F250 Super Duty

Ford trucks and SUVs lead the way in September 2011, Lincoln struggles

Ford Motor Company showed the lowest positive growth of any major automaker group doing business in the US market but with an improvement of 9% over September 2010, Ford beat out American Honda and Toyota Motor Co. in September sales growth thanks mostly to the popularity of their pickup trucks and SUVs.
The 2011 Lincoln EcoBoost comapny badge

Ford wins reversal of $43 million dollar Lincoln Town Car case

In 2005, an Iowa court ruled that Ford Motor Company was liable for the death of a 73 year old man when the Lincoln Town Car in which he was riding was struck by another car – killing him and severely burning his wife – but through the process of appeal, the Iowa Supreme Court has overruled the original $43 million award issued to the wife of the deceased man.
The 2011 Ford Explorer

UAW posts strike pay policy for Chicago Explorer, Taurus plant workers

The end of the current Ford-UAW contract expires at 11:59pm tonight and although there has been no official word of a coming strike, the UAW Local in charge of the Chicago Assembly Plant where the Ford Explorer, Taurus and Lincoln MKS are built has posted the strike-time pay policies on their website – showing that a strike could be nearing as Ford’s labor contract expires.

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