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2020 Lincoln MKZ gets price and trim changes, new packages

In swansong year, base model rises $775 to $37,745

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2020 Lincoln Navigator gets a price bump as sales stay strong

Latest increase positions it for the new Escalade's pricing

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Kia Seltos, electric Cadillac and a looming Bronco | Autoblog Podcast #615

Plus driving the Hyundai Venue, Ford Escape and Jaguar XE 300 R-Dynamic S

Plus driving the Hyundai Venue, Ford Escape and Jaguar XE 300 R-Dynamic S

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Chevy, Lincoln dealers say they still want sedans

They'd like to see replacements for the likes of the Chevy Cruze and Lincoln MKZ

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Lincoln confirms the MKZ only has a few months left to live

The company is moving towards a sedan-free range

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Ford recalls 600,000 older-model sedans for braking issue

It covers Ford Fusion, Lincoln MKZ and Mercury Milan sedans from 2006-2010

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Analysts warn Lincoln shouldn't follow Ford out of the sedan market

Could electrification be the Lincoln sedan's saving grace?

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2017-19 Ford Super Duty trucks recalled for tailgates that could open

There's also a recall of 2020 Ford Explorers and Lincoln Aviators

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Lincoln electric SUV to use Ford-backed Rivian's 'skateboard' chassis

The same platform will be used on the Rivian R1S

A battery-powered Lincoln SUV, due in mid-2022, will be the first Ford Motor Co vehicle built on a custom electrified chassis that resembles a skateboard, which was developed by Ford-backed startup Rivian, according to several people familiar with the program. The all-wheel-drive Lincoln SUV could compete against Rivian's R1S, an electric sport utility vehicle slated to go into production in early 2021 that will be priced from $72,500. Both models will use Rivian's so-called skateboard,

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Ford workers vote to ratify new four-year UAW contract

56.3% of Ford's hourly workers voted to approve the deal

The United Auto Workers union said on Friday that rank-and-file members at Ford Motor Co have voted in favor of a new four-year labor contract with the No. 2 U.S. automaker. Talks with FCA are expected to begin on Monday, a UAW spokesman said. The union said 56.3% of Ford's hourly workers voted to approve the deal, which allowed the company to avoid a strike like the one that cost its larger rival General Motors Co about $3 billion (£2.3 billion).

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Junkyard Gem: 1995 Lincoln Mark VIII

The last generation of the Lincoln Mark series, complete with big DOHC V8

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