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Ford's rush to double down on crossovers and SUVs could be why.
The Lincoln MKC will retain its name with the 2019 refresh, but will become the Corsair by 2021 — if Ford decides to go ahead with the name it has chosen.
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With the return of Continental and the emergence of the all-new 2018 Navigator as the defacto Lincoln flagship, it doesn't take a cryptographer to read the writing on the wall: Lincoln is re-embracing proper model names. During the 2018 Lincoln Navigator first drive press launch, Lincoln group vice president (and now also Ford's chief marketing officer) Kumar Galhotra confirmed that
Not much else will change, though.
Everybody wants a crossover.
Lincoln MKC production won't move to Mexico, but that's not necessarily good news.
The Chevrolet Camaro, Kia Forte, and Nissan Maxima also earned awards.
This recall expansion brings the total number of affected cars to nearly 2.4 million.
The recall affects cars from 2012 to 2016 and is aimed at specific states.
Ford will replace the engine block heater on the Explorer and Lincoln MKC because the parts can potentially overheat. There are two reports of fires but no injuries or fatalities.
Ford is adding two more recalls to its yearly tally, making it onto the 2014 ledger just under the wire. One involves moving the 2015 Lincoln MKC's push-button ignition start switch to a new location because people are pressing it by mistake. The other concerns the 2015 MKC and 2014 Ford Escape for a faulty fuel pump that could cause the crossovers to stall.
The Ford Motor Company has a lot of reasons to celebrate after winning eight categories in this year's Texas Auto Writers Association's annual Truck Rodeo. Most important among them, the Blue Oval's latest 2015 Ford F-150 earned the prestigious Truck of Texas award, ending the Ram 1500's two-year winning streak. T
You would think that commercial being ridiculed across the Internet would be an advertising executive's worst nightmare, but that's not necessarily the case. At least not when it comes to Lincoln and its latest campaign to promote the new MKC.