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Lincoln pushes the reset button…again. This time, it is pinning its hopes on a new front styling treatment, first debuting on the company’s cars. Lincoln also resurrects the storied Continental nameplate for 2017, affixed to the full-size replacement for the cancelled MKS, and gives the MKZ a substantial mid-life refresh. Both the Continental and the MKZ are available with a new twin-turbocharged, 3.0-liter V-6 engine that is exclusive to Lincoln.

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The Lincoln MKX, the midsize 5-passenger crossover that has been gunning for the Lexus RX for more than a decade, will heretofore be known as the Nautilus.
Lincoln pushes the reset button...again. This time, it is pinning its hopes on a new front styling treatment, first debuting on the company’s cars. See all the changes for 2017...
Lincoln Automotive Financial Services has introduced Lincoln Miles, a pilot program to help lessees manage their mileage more easily, and earn credit toward their next Lincoln vehicle.
No Lincoln model undergoes a radical change for 2016, but all see some change, with the Lincoln MKS cranking out its second generation, featuring some mildly retro styling.
Still in the midst of an attempted brand revival, Lincoln enters the 2015 model year with an important new addition to the company lineup: the MKC. Find out what else is new for the entire 2015 Lincoln model lineup...
In an effort to catch up to global competitors, not to mention the United States' own resurgent Cadillac brand, Lincoln updated much of its lineup for the 2013 model year. For 2014, designs are relatively status quo.
For the 2013 model year, the Lincoln lineup will have extensive changes. The most popular model in the lineup, the MKZ, is completely redesigned and sets the tone for the future of Lincoln design. Find out what else is new for the entire 2013 Lincoln lineup...
HistoryFounded in 1917, Lincoln is an American automobile manufacturer that is a brand of Ford Motor Company. Lincoln was started by Henry Leland, one of the original founders of Cadillac. The company's initial plans were to build aircraft engines, but it hit financial troubles and was bought by Ford in 1922 for $8 million.In the early days, Lincoln built a bare chassis with a powertrain and suspension. It was then sent to a coachbuilder, like Fleetwood, to be completed according to customer specifications. In 1924, Lincoln touring sedans, which were known as "Police Flyers," began to become popular with police departments around the country. It wasn't for another two decades that some of Lincoln's most identifiable product names, such as Continental and Town Car, first debuted in the 1950s as the company's flagship models (both have only recently been discontinued).
Critical Knowledge:2010 Lincoln MKS: Generating V-8 power yet delivering V-6 fuel economy, the new twin-turbocharged EcoBoost engine available in the 2010 MKS is the biggest news for Lincoln's flagship sedan.2010 Lincoln MKT: The 2010 Lincoln MKT is a new, 3-row crossover SUV loaded with luxury features. MyKey parental programming for vehicle speed and audio volume comes standard, and the options list includes items like a twin-turbocharged V-6 engine, adaptive cruise control, Active Park Assist, and a blind-spot information system with Cross Traffic Alert. There's even a mini fridge on board.
Critical Knowledge:All-new MKS sedan with new 3.7-liter V-6 engineSpecial packages for MKX crossover utility vehicleMore connectivity for MKZ with satellite radio and SYNCNew Monochromatic Appearance package on Navigator2009 Lincoln MKS:Lincoln's new luxury sedan, the MKS, is designed to compete with the best from Lexus, BMW and other high-end makes. The brand's flagship sedan features design elements that will reflect Lincoln's identity for years to come. The double-wing grille was inspired by the 1941 Lincoln Continental. Other elements include LED taillamps, a twin-panel moonroof, and a vertical white light strip that runs along the edge of the trunklid. Inside are luxury touches like premium leather surfaces, real wood, and metal accents. According to Lincoln, the new MKS boasts many best-in-class features, like the most interior volume, leading luggage capacity, heated rear seats, heat-activated keyless entry keypad on the B-pillar, Easy Fuel capless fuel filler system, and a THX II sound system.