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Buy By September, Get Free Maintenance On New Lincoln Models
Buy By September, Get Free Maintenance On New Lincoln Models

If you purchase or lease a new 2010 or 2011 Lincoln between now and September 7, 2010, you'll get one more perk that might bring some peace of mind: free scheduled maintenance. The maintenance program includes all oil changes, tire rotations, and inspections, as well as wearable items such as brake...Read More»

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Ford Cuts Mercury, Reshuffles Dealerships, Accelerates Lincoln

Ford has officially pulled the plug on its Mercury brand. Following a report last week suggesting that Mercury might be dropped as soon as later this summer, the automaker revealed today that a decision had been made to phase out Mercury, with production on all Mercury models ending in the fourth...Read More»

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Frugal Shopper: Holiday-Weekend Sales Promise Sweeter Deals

If you're not among the 32.1 million Americans planning to travel this holiday weekend, as estimated by the AAA, and you happen to be shopping for a new vehicle, it could be a great time to buy. Just a quick glance at the local newspaper or other local media sources, or a look at your local...Read More»

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Starting Today: Volkswagen Needs Your Input (To Beat the Ford Sync)

The mobile web is big business, but that technology has been a little late catching on in cars. Now, with the imminent release of new entertainment devices  from Ford, Hyundai, Kia, and others, automakers of all stripes are fast-tracking in-car internet systems. Volkswagen may be a bit behind the...Read More»

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Frugal Shopper: Hot New-Car Deals Won't Go Out With April

It's the end of the month, and what does that mean? Well, it could mean it's time to close the deal on a new vehicle. Recently we reported that toward the end of the month, you're more likely to get a good deal on a new vehicle. Weekends aren't always the best time of the month to get a great...Read More»

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Video: Lincoln Drives Toward Younger Buyers With Grammy Sponsorship, Free MP3s

Though most of the advertising chatter these days is centered on the Superbowl, Lincoln has focused its marketing muscle on a different high-profile event: the Grammy Awards. This Sunday's ceremony will feature ads for the 2010 Lincoln MKZ, MKT, and MKS, backed by tracks from musicians like Sia and...Read More»

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2010 Detroit Auto Show: Family Haulers Out In Force

There’s been a definite shift in consumer tastes towards smaller cars in the industry and nowhere is this more evident than in the family vehicle segment, where fuel economy, interior space and safety are crucial. Unsurprisingly most automakers, from affordable brands to luxury marques, are...Read More»

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2010 Detroit Auto Show: 2011 Lincoln MKX

Ever since its introduction in 2006, the Lincoln MKX hasn’t fully delivered on its potential. Based on the Ford Edge, the MKX offered a very generous feature list, but its appearance was deemed too conservative by some (especially the egg-crate grille) and its interior materials—as we pointed...Read More»

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Pandora, Stitcher First Of Many Voice-Driven Ford MyTouch Apps

Mobile apps for Pandora and Stitcher, specially developed for in-car use, will be among the first to be supplied to users of Ford's all-new MyFord Touch system, Ford announced today at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Ford says that its appropriate that these two will be among the...Read More»

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Ford Taps Into iPhone Halo With MyFord, MyLincoln Touch

The first time you get into a vehicle with Ford's just-announced MyFord and MyLincoln Touch system (the 2011 Ford Edge and 2012 Ford Focus will be first) it's likely you'll think, "Oh, it's like the iPhone." That will likely be followed by just a few seconds of fiddling as you figure out how to...Read More»

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Spy Shots: 2011 Lincoln MKX

When you live down the street from a working car factory, you're bound to see something interesting--as did the staff of Cars.com today, when they nabbed photos of the next Lincoln MKX as it drove right by their offices. On the KickingTires blog, David Thomas and company published a gallery of spy...Read More»

How Low Can Ford Go?

How low can you go? That was the question repeatedly posed to Ford CEO Alan Mulally over dinner, Tuesday night. It was neither rhetorical, nor personal; Ford’s not launching campaign-style attack ads. But the automaker, which not all that long ago controlled a healthy 25 percent share of the U.S...Read More»

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