If you waited for the new Ford Edge or Lincoln MKX to arrive to the dealership and buy one, then we have a bad news for new: Ford announced that they will delay shipping to dealerships for at least a couple of weeks.
The two models will arrive to dealerships in late November or at the begining of December.
"The manufacturing process and the supply base aren’t to the level of consistency and stability we’d like to see,” he said. “You need to have the product right — which (...) > Full story
Lincoln is determined to become America’s luxury vehicle by launching the largest number of new products in the brand’s history.
"We’ve got four major launches within four months," said Thomas Grill, Lincoln brand manager. "The MKZ and Navigator are already at dealers, followed by the MKX crossover and the all-new Navigator L extended-length model. What’s just as important is that our consumers will be very aware of these new products since Lincoln is spending more money in (...) > Full story
As crossover sales escalate at a blistering pace, the all-new 2007 Lincoln MKX joins the Lincoln showroom this November at a starting price under $35,000. It takes on a highly competitive market, challenging established players with a host of advantages – including value.
Even when exceptionally well equipped with the Ultimate package – which includes features like adaptive headlamps, chrome wheels, and heated and cooled front seats – the Lincoln MKX is still priced below the base sticker of (...) > Full story
One is an entry-level luxury sedan that has helped re-energize Lincoln car sales. The other is about to enter the crossover marketplace later this year. Both carry the challenge of re-defining 21st century luxury within Ford Motor Company’s Lincoln brand.
The 2006 Lincoln Zephyr mid-size sedan and the 2007 Lincoln MKX (pronounced "Mark X") crossover utility vehicle (CUV) are both considered "game-changing" products as Lincoln moves to be America’s luxury brand.
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