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47First Drive: 2011 Lincoln MKX

Lincoln Follows Ford and Takes the Refresh to a New Level

22Ford begins using WiFi to install Sync on assembly lines

In case you thought installing SYNC into Ford vehicles was a ho-hum-whatever affair, that's not the case – Ford puts a lot of thought into it. The Blue Oval's latest assembly line advance is to have SYNC's infotainment software installed into the 2011 Ford Edge via WiFi. Made possible by the the latest version of SYNC with WiFi access, the new process allows Ford to save money on parts and inventory by using a common module among vehicles in different cars and made in different plants. Aft

342011 Ford Edge and Lincoln MKX configurators up and running

The 2011 Ford Edge and 2011 Lincoln MKX configurators have gone live for your shopping – or time-wasting – enjoyment. The Edge SE starts at $27,220 for the 3.5-liter V6, but you can hit it out of the park before even leaving the first page by selecting the Edge Sport all-wheel drive for $38,070. That'll get you a 305-horsepower, 3.7-liter V6 canvas to play with. There isn't much more you can add to it, but after stuffing it like a turkey we got it up to $45,171. For those with a mind

372011 Lincoln MKX gets 19/26 MPG ratings, Ford claims best-in-class

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62Detroit 2010: Lincoln MKX smiles for the camera

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