There's an interesting thing happening at Lincoln these days. The upscale division of Ford Motor Company is enjoying increasing sales and a brand revitalization, thanks in part to a certain celebrity spokesperson who shall go unnamed. Jim Carrey did a spoof of him and his commercials on SNL last year
It's a midsize, luxury crossover 'mega mashup' review. In this TFLcar comparison, we do a comprehensive review of three leading premium crossovers - the 2016 Lincoln MKX vs Lexus RX 350 F Sport vs Volvo XC60 T6. Watch to see which one takes the crown.
Performance will be judged
Caught on video in the wild by Jacob, an avid supporter of TFL, is the 2017 Lincoln Continental, which is probably close to wrapping up its high-mileage durability tests. The all-new Lincoln Continental is targeted to go on sale Fall 2016 with prices starting at $45,000.
Lincoln's flagship luxury sedan will
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After thirteen years, Lincoln is bringing back the Continental nameplate in a big way. The production version was unveiled in Detroit at the North American International Auto Show earlier this year and aims to replace the outgoing MKS sedan. Spotted in the wild by TFL fans with
The Lincoln Continental will make its return to the main stage at the 2016 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit. When we first saw the concept in New York, it created quite a buzz, and the company made it clear this car had a future. Thankfully, the production version shown
The new Lincoln MKC is a very important vehicle for the luxury carmaker. Not only does it compete in what is arguably the hottest segment in the market, but it also provides the kind of styling and performance that should attract younger buyers, which is vital for Lincoln to regain
The 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show is getting into full swing. Here is TFLCar's take on the Top 5 new cars from this year's show. Nathan Adlen and Andre Smirnov searched high and low, argued, and came up with the following list. We also have a bonus car.
5. 2017 Lincoln
Alright alright alright... Lincoln removed the cover from its most powerful vehicle ever, the 2017 MKZ, at the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show. Fitted with an all-new 3.0L twin-turbo V6 engine, the MKX puts out 400 hp and 400 lb-ft of torque when dropped in AWD models. The same engine