Report: Lincoln dealers refusing to upgrade stores until Ford shows future products
Meanwhile, FoMoCo is offering buyouts for Lincoln dealers that the company has found to not be in preferred markets – from $1.5 million in one case to as little as $300,000 in another. In both instances, the owners of the dealerships plan to reject the offers as being too low to even consider.
In the mean time, there seems to be growing rift among Lincoln dealers that may lead to an even greater split in the near future.
[Source: Automotive News – sub. req. | Image: Paul Sancya/AP]
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